The Cultivating Emotional Balance through Mindfulness (CEB) training melds mindfulness meditation and compassion training with psychological learning. The goal of the training is to allow us to deepen our spiritual and mental awareness, skillfully learning to witness and balance arising thoughts and emotions, and this learning to respond rather than react to what challenges us. Daniel Brown tells us, “Mindfulness has much to do with the continuity of non-reactive awareness.” Mediation helps us to cultivate a focused yet tranquil mind, while loving-kindness and compassion meditation allows us to explore kindness and compassion for ourselves and others. In the CEB method, compassionate and mindful awareness will be brought into daily life through a variety of on-the-go-practices. Formal and on-the-go practices together have been found to lead to increased inner happiness, more freedom and ease in life, as well as to foster a more harmonious and peaceful relationship with the world.
Our teacher, Radhule Weininger has been teaching this program for six years as well as the resident teacher of mindfulness practice at the La Casa de Maria Retreat Center in Santa Barbara, California.
Coming in September 2019 Registration will open in April, 2019
Radhule Weininger, Ph.D., clinical psychologist, and teacher of Buddhist meditation and Buddhist psychology, is the founder and guiding teacher of the One Dharma Sangha. She is mentored by Jack Kornfield in her teaching and by Joanna Macy in her interest in Engaged Buddhism. Radhule has a strong interest in the direct experience of the sacred and how this can inspire our service to others. Her book "Heartwork: The Path of Self-Compassion", with a forward by Jack Kornfield is published by Shambala Publications.
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