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Buddhist Psychology & Other-Centred approach in therapeutic work

Weekend Workshop with

Caroline Brazier Saturday & Sunday January 14th & 15th 10.00-16.00

Caroline Brazier, England Buddhist teacher within the Pure Land tradition, psychotherapist, cofounder of Amida Trust and course leader of the Amida Psychotherapy Programme. Caroline is the Author of six books on Buddhism and therapy and travels internationally teaching and offering workshops. See more about Amida Trust and Caroline Brazier at: www.amidatrust.com/ (Home Page and Course Staff Page)

This workshop will provide an opportunity to get a taste of understanding the human heart and mind through the lens of Buddhist psychology. Buddhist psychology suggests that we defend ourselves from things which we find fearful or distressing by clinging to a limited set of views, interests and perceptions, all of which contribute to our sense of identity. In getting beyond these by truly relating to others we embrace life more fully. During this weekend we will look at alternative ways

The workshop will offer a blend of teaching, dialogue, group work,

of conceptualizing suffering and creativity, identity formation and its

individual work and meditation, will be conducted in English and is open

dissolution. We will seek to understand these processes in ourselves and

for all who are interested.

find ways to work creatively to expand our connection to the world.

Registration:

There are limited spaces, so registration is necessary. Please register with Geske Glahn at: geske@mail.tele.dk and transfer your payment to the account 1551 9945024 before January 1st to confirm your registration.

Prices:

Both days: DKK 850 (rebate for members) Only one day, Sat. or Sun.: DKK 425 (rebate for members) People with low incomes can apply for discounts – please contact us.

hosted by

Tong-nyi Nying-je Ling

Center for Wisdom & Compassion Kompagnistræde 22B, 3. tv. 1208 København K www.fpmt.dk • contact: cvm@fpmt.dk


Adventures in Eco-Therapy

Ways of living the Buddhist meaning of interbeing in our modern world. Evening Talk with

Caroline Brazier Friday,January 13th 19.00-21.00 Caroline is a Buddhist teacher within the Pure Land tradition, psychotherapist, co-founder of Amida Trust and course leader of the Amida Psychotherapy Programme in England. Caroline is the Author of six books on Buddhism and therapy and travels internationally teaching and offering workshops. See more about Amida Trust and Caroline Brazier at: www.amidatrust.com/ (Home Page and Course Staff Page)

Registration:

There are limited spaces, so registration is necessary. Please register with Geske Glahn at: geske@mail.tele.dk and transfer your payment to the account 1551 9945024 before January 1st to confirm your registration.

Prices:

Full Price: 60 DKK Recuced Price: 50 DKK (for retirees, unemployed and students) People with low incomes can apply for discounts – please contact us.

Touching the earth we become whole. Becoming one with growing things we embrace the world. Discovering love for the ordinary, we experience life at its fullest. We discover new ways of being through mindful contact with the aspects of life so often ignored. In this talk Caroline Brazier (author of Acorns Among the Grass: Adventures in Eco-Therapy) will reflect on the capacity of nature to support, heal and guide us, individually and collectively. She will share thoughts on how, through bringing the natural world into therapeutic work we can not only help individuals but also work towards a more environmentally sensitive community. *The talk will be in English. hosted by

Tong-nyi Nying-je Ling

Center for Wisdom & Compassion Kompagnistræde 22B, 3. tv. 1208 København K www.fpmt.dk • contact: cvm@fpmt.dk

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