A 3-week mindful Living Course course

Psychology
of Awakening

The quality of your life depends mostly on the quality of your mind. When your mind is wholesome, it promotes wellbeing in yourself and others — benefiting everyone.

You can reduce the unwholesome views, thoughts, emotions, and behaviors that prevent you from seeing your inner and outer world with clarity, wisdom, and compassion. You can overcome avoidable suffering and awaken to a happier and healthier life.

This course teaches you how to apply the teachings of Buddhist psychology, mindfulness-based therapies, and modern neuroscience to your meditation practice and everyday life.

Learn About:
  • Skillfully investigating and understanding your mind.
  • Awakening to your innate wisdom and compassion.
  • Transforming the unwholesome mind-states that cause suffering for yourself and others.
  • Cultivating the wholesome mind-states that benefit yourself and others.
  • Awakening more fully to your innate goodness and human potential.

This course is for everyone wishing to deepen their meditation practice and cultivate the best in themselves through mindful living.

The Psychology of Awakening course is Part Three of the Mindful Living Program (Foundations of Mindfulness and the Path of Mindful Living). Prior attendance at Mindful Living Part One and Part Two is recommended, but not required.

Join Us

3 Wednesday Mornings

Dates:
Class 1: January 22
Class 2: January 29
Class 3: February 5
Times:
9:30 am - 11:00 am
Teacher:
Jesse Foy
Tuition / Dana:
$75
class is full
“Every one of us already has the seed of mindfulness. The practice is to cultivate it.”
- Thich Nhat Hanh