Learn Buddhist techniques at two-day seminar
The Psychology of the Awakened Heart, a two-day training with Jack Kornfield, will be held April 20 and 21 in the chapel on the Lewis & Clark Campus. Kornfield will present a nourishing training retreat on the Buddhist psychology of well-being.
The training will provide visionary practices, wisdom teachings, case studies, healing stories and demonstrate the principles of Buddhist psychology using a mix of practical and scientific information and experiential exercises.
A release about the event states that participants will learn techniques and practices to befriend and forgive ourselves and others; the personal and clinical benefits of the inner science of joy; the art of transforming sorrows and trauma in the body, heart and mind; how to strengthen the power of our intention; ways to awaken the courage to be happy, and much more.
Admission is $235 at the door, through SoundsTrue.com/AwakenedHeart or by calling 800-333-9185. Ten continuing education credits are available for professionals.
Kornfield holds a Ph.D. in clinical psychology, has trained extensively as a Buddhist monk and has taught worldwide since 1974.
He has written more than a dozen books including The Wise Heart and A Path With Heart.Add a comment