Buddhist Psychology (Jul 2013)
The mind, consciousness & well-being.
A non-religious exploration with Piya Tan
- Healing yourself: how the mind creates problems: 2 kinds of pain; perception
- The conscious body: Mind body interbeing (the 5 aggregates & mental networking}
- The unconscious: Are we really in control, or How can our mind work for us?
- Minding the mind: Mental distractions and the nature of attention; consciousness
- The art of loving: Negative emotions & healing emotions; types of love
- Brain or mind? Neuroplasticity: how the mind grows the brain
- Don’t believe everything you think: Mental defences & emotional resilience
- Non-judgement day is here: Mindfulness in daily life: meditation on the move
- The still eye of the storm: The mind during meditation; cultivating a still centre
- Ancient wisdom, modern science: Scientific developments in Buddhist Psychology
Buddhist Psychology Course 2013 Intake 16
Instructor: Piya Tan
Date: 5, 12, 19, 26 Jul 2013 (Friday)
Time: 7.30 – 9.30 pm
Venue: The Minding Centre @ Bukit Timah Shopping Centre
Incl course reader (2 bound volumes)
Who should attend?
Health care professionals, social workers, care-givers, executives, clergy, managers, lecturers, teachers, parents, or anyone interested in the mind and mental health.
Course details: Buddhist Psychology Jul 2013 course flier.
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