Ask The Buddhist Therapist Class Two

DATE & TIME

Friday, April 7th
7:00pm – 9:00pm in PDT
INTERACTIVE LIVE-STREAM CLASS

Ocean of Compassion Buddhist Center

This class will focus on the subject of anxiety.

Karuna returns to lead an interactive presentation delving into the similarities and differences between modern day psychology and Buddhist psychology.  He will start with a teaching on Anxiety from the perspective of both traditions and then lead an extensive Q&A on the topic of anxiety and other topics that arise.
Bring your questions!

For those live streaming, you are encouraged to register early so you can get the links early.
For those participating at the center, register or drop by 10 mins in advance.
Suggested donation range $25-$45.  REGISTRATION

CALCULATE THE TIME THE LIVE-STREAM CLASS WILL TAKE PLACE AT YOUR LOCATION HERE

 Watch Q&A INTERACTIVE LIVESTREAM  “Ask the Buddhist Therapist” 

What does Buddhist Psychology say about suffering?

Question: What is Buddhist Psychology? What does it say about suffering, being the vehicle toward our personal growth? And having that kind of interconnected relationship between expansion through legitimate suffering?
Live-stream class “Ask the Buddhist Therapist” with Karuna Cayton at Ocean of Compassion Buddhist Center. Join us for the next Ask The Buddhist Therapist Interactive Live-Stream Class about anxiety on April 7th. Registration: http://www.gyalwagyatso.org/2017-04-07-ask-the-buddhist-therapist.html

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Posted by Karuna Cayton on Saturday, March 25, 2017


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