Would you benefit from developing closer, more nurturing relationships with family, friends and your community?
Are you interested in developing an deeper understanding of how others experience the world and their emotions?
How would your daily life improve, at work and at home, if you were able to respond others in a way that’s beneficial to them and to you?
Do you need to develop your own personal resilience and prevent emotional burn out?
During this dynamic and practical workshop you’ll explore not only how you experience and view the world but also how you relate to others in given situations – and how the choices we make each day can have a profound and wide-reaching impact.
The workshop offers tools and techniques to help practice what we learn so that new ways become habits for us.
The workshop will help you…
Expect to be active. If you want to achieve true transformation you’ll need to be committed to fully engaging with the wide range of learning materials and practices throughout the day. There will be audio practices, reflections, and practical exercises; all contributing to a truly experiential learning experience.
The content of this truly unique workshop is rooted in Buddhist philosophy and psychology supported by scientific research, Western philosophy and psychology, and other wisdom traditions. It was developed by an international team with academic-level expertise in Buddhism, Western philosophy and psychology, contemporary science and experiential learning methodology.
Led by experienced facilitator and old friend of Jamyang Bath, Ros Boughtflower, assisted by Lynne Knight