Suzanne Bauer explains how hosting Tibetan Monks transformed her life. Did I really volunteer to host seven Tibetan Buddhist monks and their American driver in our home for nine days – just two hours before they came through our front door? Something very unexpected was happening. Here is the back story. In July 2012, seven Tibetan Monks from India’s Gaden Jangtse Monastery made a stop in Canton, Ohio during their eleven-city World Peace Cultural Tour that crisscrossed North America. Their mission was to raise awareness about Tibetan Buddhism and culture, promote harmony and peace, and cultivate compassion and kindness for...Read More
Author: Suzanne Bauer
The Braided Way is a framework to see every faith tradition as a strand, braided into a larger whole of spiritual awareness. In the Braided Way, combining spiritual practice from various faiths allow us to explore sacred experience and wonder in forms that resonate with our personal spiritual needs and sacred intuitions. In today’s culture, many people shun religious dogma, but yearn for spiritual connection. The Braided Way allows the ceremonies and practices of multiple faiths to be available without the confinements of cultural dogma.