This two hour active learning workshop is designed for anyone with mindfulness/meditation experience or anyone in a caregiving or healing role/profession.
You'll learn and practice the compassion meditation of Tonglen, a powerful technique for transforming suffering, translated as "giving and receiving" and also known as active compassion practice.
You'll walk away from this workshop with an understanding of Tonglen practice and when to use it as well as how tonglen can prevent empathy fatigue and energize you as you care for others.
Actively practicing compassion can:
Boost your courage to be present and resourceful in the face of life's challenges
Calm your nervous system and strengthen your capacity for meaningful relationships
Enhance your well-being and happiness by reducing anxiety, loneliness and empathy fatigue
Workshop teacher: Aly Waibel, PhD, is a Senior Teacher of the Compassion Cultivation Training© (CCT) program. CCT was designed at Stanford University and is taught around the world by certified instructors.
Aly has been teaching meditation and CCT since 2013 and began practicing zen style meditation in 2000. She is the owner of the Bend-based company Compassion Education and works remotely as Program Director at the Compassion Institute.
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