Love Hurts: Being With Heartbreak

with Lodro Rinzler

February 7th

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  • $12 Patron
  • $12 Sustaining
  • $12 Supporting
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Room: Main Shrine Room
Program Registration is Closed.

Feeling Some Heartbreak this Valentine’s Day?

Well f*ck. If you’re reading this you’re probably heartbroken. I mean, why else would you be interested in an event about heartbreak? Maybe it’s heartbreak around the death of a loved one, a messy break-up, becoming estranged from someone you care about, or feeling let down by society overall. We’re sorry you’re heartbroken. But the good news is that Lodro Rinzler can help. As he writes in his new book, Love Hurts: Buddhist Advice for the Heartbroken, the only way we can get through our heartbreak is to sit in the middle of that terrible, devastating, world-changing experience. This event will tell you how to do that.

“If you have ever wished for a smart, kind, discerning, and ridiculously funny friend to accompany you, encourage you, challenge you, make you laugh, and point you in the direction of true healing, here he is.”—Susan Piver, author of Start Here Now and The Wisdom of a Broken Heart

Named one of the top 50 innovators shaping the future of wellness by SONIMA, Lodro Rinzler is the co-founder of MNDFL, a popular meditation studio in New York City. He is the author of the best-selling The Buddha Walks into a Bar…, Walk Like a Buddha, The Buddha Walks into the Office…, Sit Like a Buddha, and How to Love Yourself (And Sometimes Other People). His work has been featured in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, the Atlantic, and his writing on relationships has appeared regularly in Marie Claire magazine. He lives a heartbroken life in New York City.