November 26 2020
20 years of altruism in action. 270,000 people helped each year. Ten of thousands of supporters. Karuna is a family of people united and committed for 20 years to build a more altruistic world...
This year, explore meditation with leading authorities on wisdom, compassion, and mindfulness while also helping Karuna-Shechen build a more caring and altruistic world.
“My spiritual food to start the day!” — Marie Misaëlle
Our partner, the Imagine Clarity Meditation App, offers video and audio lessons that explore contemplative practices, caring mindfulness, and basic breathing techniques to train your attention and focus. Guides including Karuna-Shechen’s founder, Matthieu Ricard, offer gentle support and encouragement that present meditation as a learnable skill to enhance well-being, compassion and resilience. Suitable for both beginners and more advanced meditators.
“A meditation platform that provides meditation learning tips for all ages. To discover alone or with family.“ — Stamatios
Imagine Clarity donates a portion of the proceeds to Karuna-Shechen. With your subscription, you will help spread compassion to people who are underserved and in need of support in India, Nepal, and Tibet.
“This training reveals a part of me that I had no knowledge of. This training is the best thing that could happen in my life” — Elena
Meditate with Matthieu Ricard and receive guidance and encouragement drawn from his 45+ years of experience:
November 9 2020
Jharkhand, the "Land of Forests", is a state in North-East India, born from a separation with the neighboring state of Bihar in 2000. Though rich in nature and landscapes, this region is afflicted by ...
October 28 2020
“Karuna-Shechen breaks taboos on what rural women can and cannot do, thus changing attitudes. As Dalai Lama often points out, we more than ever need empathy, altruism and compassion: that is why it ...
Meet the villagers, our team, and all those who make our work possible. Discover the values that guide and inspire us. And learn how your generous support improves the living conditions of 250,000 peo...