Victory Over War Workshop 2 12 12

From PortlandWiki
Jump to: navigation, search

Victory Over War: The Path of Protection, Service, and Compassionate Leadership with Dan Rubin

[improve]

The trident symbolizes victory over passion, aggression, and ignorance.
  • Date: Sun., February 12, 2012
  • Time: 9am - 5pm
  • Location: Portland Shambhala Center, 1110 Alder St., Suite #203, Portland, OR 97214
  • Jump to this event's wiki page, edit it, discuss it or return to the events page.

Purpose

We encounter conflict, confusion, and chaos everyday in society as well as within our own minds. Join psychologist Dan Rubin for a workshop focused on practical skills for finding confidence, gentleness, and skillfulness when faced with aggression. War represents the struggle with the three mental poisons identified by the Buddha: passion, aggression and ignorance. Victory is being willing to face these poisons and meet them with insight and loving kindness. When we can face aggression with compassion and awareness, we create peace, protect the sanity of non-aggression, and attain victory over war. This class is open to anyone interested in peace, conflict resolution, and meditation. It does not require any knowledge of Buddhism.

Please feel free to inquire about our Generosity Policy.

Other details
Register at: portland.shambala.org Please note: although the price of this class is listed at $60, we invite people to consider using our Generosity Policy, by contacting the Registrar at portland.shambhala@gmail.com, in order to set a price workable for the individual. We ask that everyone pay at least $1.

more information