This is a great foundational program for emotional intelligence, relational intelligence, energy and thriving.
In a special class designed by Stanford neuroscientists, psychologists, and contemplative scholars under the direction of Thupten Jinpa at the Stanford Medical School Center for Compassion and Altruism Research and Education, created in part by His Holiness the Dalai Lama, we will do all the most important meditation practices and learn the science behind each of them.
The result is a compassionate and resilient attitude to the challenges of everyday life, as well as a life of more connection, meaning, and depth.
Research conducted on this course shows that it increases happiness and overall positive emotions, reduces stress and anxiety, enhances feelings of connection, decreases worry, and leads to a more caring, compassionate attitude toward oneself and others.
Included in the program is a new recorded meditation for each week in mp3 format, a weekly supplementary reading or lecture on the science of compassion by a renowned psychology or neuroscience researcher, support in starting and maintaining regular meditation practice, and access to a monthly drop-in class after the course is over.
You'll get the recording for each session that will last one week.
Time: Sunday September 11, Sunday September 18, Sunday 25, October 2 from 6 pm - 7:30 pm
Place: Zoom video or recording
Host: Happiness Sangha
Facilitator: Elizabeth Pyjov