|Applied Buddhist Psychology 1|
This class explores the Buddhist concept of Refuge and demonstrates how Refuge can provide the western student with a method for addressing and understanding the sense of personal isolation that is at the heart of many psychological imbalances in the west. The student is introduced to samatha meditation techniques and writings from many different schools of Buddhism. Several key concepts in Buddhism are explored, these include The Three Jewels (Buddha, Dharma, Sangha), The Four Noble Truths, Impermanence, Interdependent arising, and Karma.
This class is also available as part of our Distance Learning
series indicated by (Teleclass) below.
All classes are held at the Sacred Stream Center (2149 Byron St, Berkeley, CA) unless otherwise indicated.
"Thank you Isa for the opportunity to look into the beautiful world of Buddha-Dharma from the perspective of psychology." - Steven T.
"The Buddhist Psychology classes have been life changing for me. I've been given tools to help me relieve suffering for myself and others. I feel as though I am able to navigate in the world with more stability and presence. I have been given a gift that I will be eternally grateful for." - Ellin W.
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