The Heart of Action with Fleet Maull: A Revolutionary Path to Conflict Transformation. Presented by Northern California Shambhala April 20-22. April 11, 2012Posted by ebmc in Classes, Community DHARMA, Community EVENTS, Dharma.
April 20-22. The Heart of Action with Fleet Maull: A Revolutionary Path to Conflict Transformation. Presented by Northern California Shambhala.
Fleet Maull, founder of Prison Dharma Network, National Prison Hospice Association and Peacemaker Institute, discusses transformative, mindfulness-based skills and practices for managing, resolving and transforming conflicts, grounded in the contemplative practice of bearing witness to some of the most difficult and challenging spheres of human interaction and conflict.
This weekend is ideally suited for community activists, teachers, social service professionals, business and nonprofit leaders, consultants and organizational change agents. It will include mindfulness-awareness meditation instruction and practice, experiential exercises, group discussion, and talks by Fleet Maull.
This event meets the qualifications for Continuing Education Units. For more info about CEUs, please go to www.norcal.shambhala.org
This event includes the Friday night talk:
Returning to Goodness: Rediscovering the Natural Wisdom of Society
Full Teacher Bio:
Fleet Maull, author, meditation teacher, social activist, and management consultant, founded Prison Dharma Network, National Prison Hospice Association and Peacemaker Institute. He taught socially engaged Buddhism at Naropa University for ten years, where he also founded the Center for Contemplative End of Life Care. Mr. Maull is a senior teacher in the Shambhala Buddhist and Zen Peacemaker communities, and leads meditation retreats, prison programs, leadership trainings, street retreats and bearing witness retreats throughout the world.
For Registration and more information, please go to: