Author Archives: jerry
Troubled Youth Conference: Snowbird, Utah, May 10-11, 2012
Mindfulness Retreat in Homer, Alaska –September, 7-9, 2012
The Seeds of Love in Top Ten Books at New Ren Book Shop in Portland, Oregon
International Cystinosis Conference, Key Note Address, June 29-30, 201, Paris France
“Seeds of Peace and Love” –A mini retreat on the teachings of Thomas Merton & Thich Nhat Hanh facilitated by Thomas Stella and Jerry Braza, Saturday, Feb. 11: 9:00-4:30. Contact: The Franciscan Renewal Center, Phoenix Arizona
From Recent Newsletter # 6: During the past six months loss has been both a companion and a teacher. The premature and tragic deaths of a close friend and then a family member, the loss of a mentor and former colleague, … Continue reading
I have been making a tour of local campuses and this week and signing books. I will be sharing a reading from my book at the Duck Store on Thursday, Nov. 10th at 7:00 p.m. I hope you can join … Continue reading
It has been a busy time as my fall book tour continues. I have been inspired by the response at two of Thich Nhat Hanh retreats in Vancouver, BC and Escondido, Ca. Also, I had my first event in Salem … Continue reading
The Seeds of Love: Growing Mindful Relationships will be available at the Thich Nhat Hanh retreat to be held at the Deer Park Monastery in Escondido, California between Sept. 6-11.
Book Signing and Sale by the author and illustrator(Linda McGill) Thursday, September 1st, 6to 8 PM at Journey’s 456 Court Street NE, Salem, OR (between One Fair World and The Book Bin) Limited quantities available: Jerry’s book is only available … Continue reading
The Seeds of Love available at the Thich Nhat Hanh retreat in Vancouver, BC—August 8-12, 2011. I look forward to meeting you at the bookstore.
“That we nurture in ourselves is that which we become.” The Seeds of Love: Growing Mindful Relationships with the Foreword by Thich Nhat Hanh and endorsed by Rick Hanson, Tara Brach and other luminaries will be released the first week of … Continue reading
“Our role as gardeners is to choose, plant and tend the best seeds within the garden of our consciousness. Learning to look deeply at our consciousness is our greatest gift and our greatest need, for there lie the seeds of … Continue reading