Impermanence: A Buddhist Perspective on Coping with Change

An Online Course with Wendy Eisner

October 1-November 12, 2017

live session: Tuesdays (starting Oct. 3) from 7-8:30pm

Course Registration: $60 for 6 weeks

watch my introductory video!

We all know that everything changes, but do we really understand impermanence? The Buddha considered the concept of impermanence to be a core teaching, and encouraged his followers to meditate upon it, discuss it and contemplate it. I am offering a 6-week course on this topic to do just that.  The course will be accessible to everyone: Buddhists, non-Buddhists, beginners as well as experienced meditators.  The views and topics that will be introduced in this course can be as simple or complex as you, the student, want to make them, but the material will be presented in a way that will be understandable and stimulating. Most importantly, I will present talks, discussions, and recommend practices that can potentially enrich your life in a practical way. This is an important point, because the Buddhist practice of Insight meditation is designed to be completely applicable to your life–right here and right now.

Take the course at your own pace and on your own schedule. The only scheduled event will be the weekly video dharma talk. This will be recorded live, so even if you miss it, you can access it from the website and watch it any time.

Registration gives you exclusive access to course materials available at

The course includes:

  1. Access to the course materials (password protected). You can download the syllabus, worksheets, dharma talks, meditations, and readings 24/7.
  2. Live Weekly Dharma talk.  This will be a real class with Q&A and discussion (1.5 hours) and will be recorded and accessible any time for all enrolled students.
  3. 1 one-on-one, online or phone conversation with Wendy (if desired).
  4. Weekly worksheets with study guide and links to readings and meditations.
  5. Invitation to join my ongoing online sitting group.
  6. Guided online meditations and meditation instructions (video and text).
  7. Weekly contemplation (text).

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