Reverend Masando Hiraoka
Topic: Brave On
May 31, 2020
The world has changed… and we are changing with it. In the midst of a time where there is still so much uncertainty when grief and loss have touched so many, we are all being called to Brave On, knowing we have built within us, as a product of our inheritance, all that we need to meet this time with love, courage, and compassion. It’s from this grounded space that we can not only be spiritually deepened and transformed by this time, but we can also become powerful agents of change to create and reveal a more just, more beautiful, and more peaceful world for all.
About Reverend Masando Hiraoka
Reverend Masando Hiraoka received his bachelor’s degree in religious studies from the University of Colorado-Boulder, was introduced to his meditation practice during his travels to India through Naropa University’s Buddhist studies program and received a master’s in consciousness studies from Holmes Institute.
He has a monthly column, The Art of Being Human, in the Science of Mind Magazine and is also the first graduate and current chair of Centers for Spiritual Living’s ReGeneration program that provides mentorship and funding for young adults under the age of 35 who are pursuing the path of becoming a minister.
He is currently serving as an Assistant Minister at Mile Hi Church in Lakewood, CO in charge of the Social Uplift Ministry, which focuses on interfaith engagement, environmental responsibility and non-violence and human dignity for all including racial justice and creating a culture of inclusion.