Being Human Together: Helping Professionals and Others

This program is in person only

Second Sundays, 2:00 – 4:00pm
See the 2024 program schedule here

Being Human Together is a monthly group that offers a nurturing, compassionate space for individuals seeking to connect and deepen around helping work. The group is geared toward those in the helping professions but is open to anyone seeking support in engaging compassionately with others in a sustainable way.

Drawing upon the teachings of the Shambhala Buddhist tradition, the group aspires to remain open to other faith traditions and spiritual orientations. The group will be facilitated with ongoing attentiveness to issues of social justice, centering principles of anti-oppression and collective liberation.

Each meeting will include sitting meditation, intentional embodied dialogue and open socializing.

Till Cremer (he/him) has been a meditator since 2015. He is a PhD Chemist and Bodyworker and has a private practice in Natick, MA.

Dylan Khanal (he/they) is a long-time practitioner of meditation in the Shambhala Buddhist tradition and a therapist in independent practice in the Boston area.

Austin Seeley has been meditating since 2010 and a part of Shambhala since 2015. Austin is an LICSW working primarily with clients who identify as LGBTQIA. Austin views their meditation practice as integral to their therapeutic approach.


Frequently Asked Questions.

Our location and how to get here.

This program is offered free of charge and registration is not required. If you valued this practice, you might consider making a donation to the Shambhala Meditation Center through venmo @shambhalaboston0015 or through the donate page on our website – and mention “Being Human Together” in the memo.

Donate via 
venmo: @ShambhalaBoston0015 (use 0015 if it asks you to confirm a phone number)

In-person participation As an in-person event, all participants must agree to abide by the Shambhala Center’s current Coronavirus Precautions Policy. Additionally, we ask you to limit the use of scented products, as many people have chemical sensitivities. Note that our building is not wheelchair accessible.

FAQ Common questions might be answered on our FAQ page.