Details:

Date: 6th & 7th June 2020

Workshop Leader: Shan Tate

Requirements: Everyone is welcome

Cost: Generosity Model – Donation only (no suggested amount).

Start and Finish times: The workshop will begin at 9am on the 6th and finish at 6pm on the 7th. People are welcome to arrive the day before and leave the day after.

Accommodation: Dormitory beds, twin and single rooms will be available at Land of Joy. Camping can be an option at certain times of year if you have your own tent but space is very limited. Beds are allocated based on individual or logistical needs.

Details:

Date: 6th & 7th June 2020

Workshop Leader: Shan Tate

Requirements: Everyone is welcome

Cost: Generosity Model – Donation only (no suggested amount).

Start and Finish times: The workshop will begin at 9am on the 6th and finish at 6pm on the 7th. People are welcome to arrive the day before and leave the day after.

Accommodation: Dormitory beds, twin and single rooms will be available at Land of Joy. Camping can be an option at certain times of year if you have your own tent but space is very limited. Beds are allocated based on individual or logistical needs.

About the Weekend

We’re all searching for happiness but are we looking for it in the right places?

Inner happiness is possible when we change our perspective and appreciate how our past experiences affect our lives today. We can be free from limiting concepts and empowered to live with a more open, honest and joyful mind.

This weekend will explore how to develop our own inner strengths by learning how to embrace our pasts and take control of our future through relying on our inner wisdom. Becoming more comfortable in our own skin enables us to be more comfortable with others.

Topics to be covered:

  • Appreciating our positive qualities

  • Taking steps towards inner happiness

  • Developing emotional resilience

  • Encouraging self-acceptance

  • Getting to know your inner wisdom

Presentations, discussions and meditation techniques will be used as a basis for exploring ideas and understanding how they can improve our daily lives.

About the Weekend

We’re all searching for happiness but are we looking for it in the right places?

Changing our perspectives whilst becoming aware of how difficult experiences from our past influence those of the present can develop an inner happiness we can rely on. We become empowered to free ourselves from what holds us back by moving on with an honest and open mind.

This weekend will explore how to develop our own inner strengths by learning how to embrace our pasts and take control of our future by relying on our inner wisdom. Becoming more comfortable in our own skin enables us to be more comfortable with others.

Presentations, discussions and meditation techniques will be used as a basis for exploring ideas and understanding how they can improve our daily lives.

About the Leader

Shan worked for the National Health Service in England for 25 years in the field of Child and Adolescent Mental Health and as the Lead Professional for Family and Systemic Psychotherapy in the west country as well as being the chair of the professional body for family therapy and systemic practice.

She is a fully qualified psychotherapist who works now in private practice with individuals, couples and families, as well as groups and also offers consultation to organisational and professional groups.

Shan has been a student of Buddhism for 45 years.  In the 70’s she was involved in setting up what is now called Jamyang London Buddhist Centre and was the centre director in the 80’s. In the 90’s she started Saraswati Buddhist Group with her husband. Shan leads Buddhist meditations and facilitates dharma discussions in a variety of settings.

About the Leader

Shan worked for the National Health Service in England for 25 years in the field of Child and Adolescent Mental Health and as the Lead Professional for Family and Systemic Psychotherapy in the west country as well as being the chair of the professional body for family therapy and systemic practice.

She is a fully qualified psychotherapist who works now in private practice with individuals, couples and families, as well as groups and also offers consultation to organisational and professional groups.

Shan has been a student of Buddhism for 45 years.  In the 70’s she was involved in setting up what is now called Jamyang London Buddhist Centre and was the centre director in the 80’s. In the 90’s she started Saraswati Buddhist Group with her husband. Shan leads Buddhist meditations and facilitates dharma discussions in a variety of settings.

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