Transforming Negative Emotions at Nyingma Institute June 7, 2012Posted by ebmc in Classes, Community CONNECTIONS, Community DHARMA, Community EVENTS, Dharma, Dharma Resources, General Resources, Sitting groups & Support groups.
Transforming Negative Emotions * at Nyingma Institute
Nyingma psychology offers unique insight into the human situation and innovative ways to ease emotional discomfort.
Mondays, 8—9:30 PM (June 11—August 13)
Introspective practices and insights from the Buddhist tradition can transform the destructive power of “everyday” negative emotions. Based on Tarthang Tulku’s Openness Mind, this course gives specific antidotes for anger, fear, anxiety, and attachment.
Instructor: Sylvia Gretchen.
For all levels of students. Note that this course starts on June 11, one week later than other summer courses.
This course marked with an asterisk (*) meets the qualifications for continuing education credit for MFT’s and LCSW’s as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences. Provider: Nyingma Institute #2513.
Questions? Information? Registration?
Call: (510) 809-1000
About the instructor: Sylvia Gretchen, Co-Dean of the Nyingma Institute, has studied and worked with Tibetan Lama Tarthang Tulku since 1969. She has served as Co-Dean of the Nyingma Institute since 1996 and has also worked extensively with Tibetan sacred art and literature under the direction of Tarthang Tulku. She served for over 20 years as a research editor with Dharma Publishing, working with the Tibetan texts that have been published in the 755 Volume Great Treasures of Ancient Teachings. She is a member of the Yeshe De translation team and is a writer and editor for Dharma Publishing. Sylvia has taught Nyingma Meditation, Buddhist Studies, Nyingma Psychology and Practices, and Tibetan Art and Language at the Nyingma Institute since 1974.