Everyday Zen Dialog: We're All In This Together
We’re All In this together
Community, Commitment & Courage in Difficult Times
A workshop with Chris Fortin and James Flaherty
Saturday, November 10 10:00am - 4:30 pm
DEER RUN ZENDO, CORTE MADERA (directions will be e-mailed to registrants)
Please join us as we uncover and awaken the courage within us, individually and shared, in the community of Sangha. Positive transformation can happen in our current world, when so much is being shifted, when so much is being challenged — if we will step in and not turn away. Of course, that can be extraordinarily challenging. But it is within our capacity when we are in touch with our true nature and supported by the vast wisdom and strength of community. We will explore these topics with dialog, talks, and somatic exercises so that you come away with a renewed experience of your own and our shared courage and commitment.
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Cost does not include a traditional donation (dana) to the teachers at the end of the day. No one will be turned away for lack of funds. Please bring a bag lunch.
CHRIS FORTIN is a senior teacher in the Everyday Zen Foundation. She is the founder and guiding teacher of Dharma Heart Zen (www.dharmaheartzen.com) and leads retreats and workshops in the Bay Area and beyond. She leads Jizo grief ceremonies and trainings, co-founded Veteran’s PATH for returning veterans, and is a licensed MFT psychotherapist.
James Flaherty, MCC, is the founder of New Ventures West, a company that has been training and developing coaches for over thirty years. He is a voracious reader. He practices yoga and qigong and is a longtime student of Norman Fischer of Everyday Zen.
Everyday Zen is offering CEUs through the Center for Understanding in Conflict. (CUC). Mental Health: The CUC is approved by the California Psychological Association to provide continuing professional education for psychologists. The CUC maintains responsibility for this program and its content. BBS licensees may also receive credit from The CUC as a provider approved by the California Psychological Association. This course qualifies for 5 CE credits. $25 certificate fee to be paid at the time of registration.
Legal: The CUC is pending renewal as an accredited provider of California Continuing Legal Education. This course qualifies for 5 CE credits.