This workshop explores the true essence of compassion and the importance of setting boundaries. It challenges the misconception that constant availability is compassionate, which often leads to burnout. Participants will learn about genuine compassion and how to establish boundaries in a healthy way.
This course will explore a Buddhist and psychotherapeutic approach to emotional life. Dr Pilar Jennings, a psychoanalyst and lecturer in Buddhist studies, will offer her perspective on a range of emotions, including anger, anxiety, and desire, from a spiritual and clinical lens. Together we will reflect on the common and complex struggles with strong feelings and cultivate insights and tools to navigate them with greater ease
Merely suppressing destructive patterns takes energy and is rarely effective in the long run. Using a foundation of Buddhist psychology, learn methods to replace destructive behavior with peace-enhancing habits.
A follow-up course to “Healing Anxiety and Depression, Part 1” The classes are in three sections: a short presentation of the topic, some substantial time for discussion, and ending with a guided meditation.
Ven. Jamyang discusses what fear is, how it influences the mind and what methods we can find in Buddhism to lessen our fear.
Using Buddhist psychology to cut through the root of sadness and fear, reveal the innate goodness and peace at the heart of our being.
In this module, we will look at what the mind is and how it works, presented in both Buddhism and science. We will explore the different ways to distinguish and classify various kinds of consciousness; and investigate how to reduce destructive states of mind, and generate the constructive ones which can lead us on the path to enlightenment.
All About the Mind: Buddhist Psychology and Epistemology Daylong Retreat with Gus Cutz Sun Oct 22, 10:30am–3:30pm EDT ONLINE"All that we are is the result of what we have thought:…
In this course, we will better understand the mind and its functions, as well as several key points of the Buddhadharma, such as why we can find certainty in the Buddha's teachings, even regarding things like rebirth, karma, and emptiness; how karma actually works; and how we can decrease delusions.
In this talk, we’ll explore a Buddhist and psychodynamic understanding of anxiety, its causes and personal symptoms.