“In the long history of humankind, those who learned to collaborate and improvise most effectively have prevailed.” — Charles Darwin
We’re all born with an innate drive to interact and collaborate, yet our relationships can be the root of frustration and unhappiness. In this course you’ll learn to cultivate constructive, harmonious relationships that can enhance your quality of life personally and professionally. We will share ancient techniques to enhance mindfulness, empathy and compassion supported by the psychology of what makes relationships rewarding (or not).
We are very excited to present this workshop with Corey Jackson, who is a special guest speaker here at LTC, visiting every couple of months. The workshop is suitable for beginners, as well as providing a deeper look at the psychology and training underlying this unique synthesis of Buddhist and psychological approaches. The afternoon will include practical techniques, relaxation and meditation, and the cream of recent western studies.