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Donald Rothberg is a leading teacher and writer on meditation, the intersection of psychology and spirituality, and socially engaged spiritual practice. He has taught and practiced Buddhist meditation for over 35 years, and his teaching and trainings have helped to pioneer new ways of connecting inner and outer transformation.  He is a member of the Teacher's Council at Spirit Rock Center and the author of The Engaged Spiritual Life: A Buddhist Approach to Transforming Ourselves and the World.

News! Starting in mid-April, I'll be taking a six-month sabbatical, especially to complete "Transforming the Judgmental Mind" as a book. To help with this project, I'll be giving a series of talks related to the book on Wednesdays at Spirit Rock starting in the latter part of April.

Retreat teaching will continue in late October at Southern Dharma and then in Louisville, Kentucky in November, followed by retreats at Spirit Rock in November, December, and January.

Details for the events are on the "Schedule" page.

 

 

 

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About Donald

About Donald

Donald Rothberg's experience uniquely combines teaching, practice, and leadership roles in programs that weave together social action with spirituality.  Read biography...

 

 


Schedule

Schedule

Donald frequently gives talks, workshops, and retreats on Buddhist meditation, engaged spirituality, conflict transformation, and other topics. See a listing of his upcoming events...

Writing

Writing

See more about Donald's books and essays on socially engaged spirituality, meditation, Buddhism, and transpersonal psychology.  

Books...

Essays...

Resources

Resources

See resources on socially engaged Buddhism, readings on Buddhism, and links on spirituality and social engagement.  Read more...
Audio

Audio

Donald gives talks on Buddhist practices, engaged spirituality, conflict transformation, working with judgments, facing the personal and collective shadow, and other topics. Listen to talks...