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Healing Anxiety and Depression with Self-Compassion

Oct
21

10:00 am

Healing Anxiety and Depression with Self-Compassion: A Nalanda Institute Contemplative Practice Workshop

Instructors: Joe Loizzo, M.D., Ph.D., and Megan Mook, M.A.

 

When it comes to meditating with anxiety and depression, there’s a secret ingredient that takes the sting out. You’ve got to join us to experience it for yourself, but we’ll give you a hint: it’s tender, embracing, and yes, even loving. A simple yet powerful mix of mindfulness meditation, timeless insights for transforming shame, and the heart-based art of nurturing compassion has proven to be a surprisingly potent remedy for even the most stubborn anxiety, depression, rumination and self-attack. The instructors will introduce the science behind this method, lead participants through a handful of simple practices that cultivate self-compassion, and foster an open dialogue about how individuals can apply self-compassion in their own contemplative healing.

Saturday October 21, 2017, 10AM-5PM
General: $80/Members:$72              CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

Venue

Tibet House US Gallery
22 West 15th Street
New York, NY 10011 United States
Phone:
2128070563
Website:
tibethouse.us

About the Presenter

megan mook

Megan Mook

For the past 15 years, Megan Mook has immersed herself in the study of Buddhist philosophy and meditation, living with and studying closely with teachers in the Zen, Theravada, and Tibetan traditions. Megan holds a Master's in Buddhist Studies from the International Buddhist College in Thailand, and has studied Tibetan scriptural translation with Drs. Robert Thurman and Lozang Jamspal of Columbia University. Megan conducts corporate emotional intelligence seminars, writes about meditation for curious beginners, hosts immersive retreats, and is the head teacher of MNDFL Meditation, Williamsburg.