Terry Conrad

Terry Conrad is Director of Project Clear Light, a not-for-profit prison out-reach organization for Buddhist teachings and practices. He was the first Buddhist Certified Volunteer Chaplain's Assistant in the Texas prison system.  He sponsors prison dharma study groups, holds retreats, and co-ordinates correspondence courses in the Lojong, and Ethics for a Whole World, at no cost to incarcerates. He has written several booklets that are available to incarcerates at no cost.  Terry has been a student of the Buddha Dharma for over six decades.  He studies with teachers in the Zen, Thervadan and Tibetan traditions and has done extensive teacher led and individual meditation retreats. He lives and works in Galveston, Tx. 


Terry Conrad instructs the following:
  • Karma Yoga: Loving Kindness Meditation
  • Karma Yoga: Loving Kindness Meditation
    w/Terry Conrad
    Benefit for KIND(Kids in Need of Defense)
    Wednesday July 25th 6:30pm-7:45pm
    Free class w/Donation
    *pre-registration suggested
    Loving Kindness or Metta Meditation is a beautiful support to other awareness practices. One recites specific words and phrases evoking a "boundless warm-hearted feeling." 
    ion, or social class. The strength of this feeling is not limited to or by family, religion, or social class. We begin with our self and gradually extend the wish for well-being and happiness to all beings.
    KIND(Kids in Need of Defense) serves as the leading organization for the protections of children who enter the US immigration system and works to ensure that no child appears in immigration court without representation.
    KIND strives to achieve fundamental fairness through high-quality legal representation and advance the child's best interest, safety and well-being.
    Terry Conrad is Director of Project Clear light, a not-for-profit prison out-reach organization for Buddhist teachings and practices. He was the first Buddhist Certified Volunteer Chaplain's Assistant in the Texas prison system. He sponsors dharma study groups, holds retreats and co-ordinates correspondence courses in the Lojong and Ethics for a Whole World, at no cost to incarcerates. He has written several booklets that are available to incarcerates at no cost. Terry has been a student of the Buddha Dharma for over six decades. He studies with teachers in the Zen, Theravada and Tibetan traditions and has done extensive teacher led and individual meditation retreats. He lives and works in Galveston, Tx.