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"In truth we are always present; we only imagine ourselves to be in one place or another."
—Howard Cohn

Mind & Emotions

Through an understanding of the nature of mind, we can see that our mind states play a major role in our day-to-day experience, as well as in our physical and mental well-being. Our state of mind influences our attitude and behavior in relation to our thoughts and to others. This mental attitude is a critical factor in determining experience, and thus our health.

Some of the themes covered in this learning path include: Buddhist psychology, judgments, trauma, self-compassion, anxiety, ambivalence, ambiguity, communication, concentration, addiction, grief, neuroscience and psychology, happiness, choice, inner conflict, grateful, joy, ego, anger, clarity, transforming emotions, transforming reactivity, loving what is, presence, emotional resilience, not-self, the thinking brain, grief, healing, discovering reality.

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7/28/2017 Seven Treasures of Our Practice - Ends Jul 30
Anna Douglas
7/29/2017 Transforming Emotions with Qigong Sound Healing and Meditation
Mingtong Gu, Debra Chamberlin Taylor
7/30/2017 Love Is the Answer
Spring Washam
7/31/2017 Life Beyond Sixty
Anna Douglas
8/8/2017 A Year to Live: How to Live this Year As If It Were Your Last - Ends Jan 9
Anna Douglas
8/12/2017 Introduction to Insight Meditation
Sally Armstrong
8/12/2017 Compassion and Emptiness: The Basis for a Free and Loving Relationship to Life
Willa Thaniya Reid, Jitindriya
8/13/2017 Passionate Awakening: Embodying Emotional Wisdom
Erin Selover
8/18/2017 Cultivating Compassion - Ends Aug 20
Nikki Mirghafori
8/20/2017 The Buddha's Path of Well-Being and Happiness
Howard Cohn
8/26/2017 Loving What Is
Byron Katie
8/26/2017 Loving What Is - Live Webcast
Byron Katie
8/27/2017 The Pathless Path: The Paradox of Awakening in the Body
Ashley Sharp
8/27/2017 Being Present in the Body: Using Mindfulness to Work with Trauma - A Daylong for Self-Identified People of Color
Pawan Bareja
9/2/2017 Buddhist Practice and Gandhian/Kingian Nonviolence Training: A Three-Day Retreat - Ends Sep 4
Donald Rothberg, Kazu Haga
9/2/2017 Awakening with the Practices of the Heart
Sylvia Boorstein, Noliwe Alexander
9/8/2017 Satipatthana: The Liberating Practice of Mindfulness
Mark Coleman
9/10/2017 Writing as a Path to Awakening
Albert Flynn DeSilver
9/12/2017 A Year to Live: How to Live this Year As If It Were Your Last - Ends Jan 9
Anna Douglas
9/19/2017 Mindful Self-Compassion (8-week class) - Ends Nov 7
Linda Graham, Jane Baraz
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