Free Event—Mutual Healing: Mindfulness Interventions That Benefit Both Provider & Client

11Jan11:00 am12:00 pmFree Event—Mutual Healing: Mindfulness Interventions That Benefit Both Provider & Clientwith Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche

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Mutual Healing: Mindfulness Interventions That Benefit Both Provider & Client

with Aleezé S. Moss, Michael Gawryziak, Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche and host Alejandro Chaoul-Reich


In this live broadcast on mindfulness interventions that benefit both health care practitioners and their clients, our presenters will discuss results from The 3 Doors Compassion Project*. Drs. Moss and Gawryziak have both engaged in practices with Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche and The 3 Doors North American Academy. They have also researched mindfulness and taught and/or prescribed it in health care settings and will share their experience and observations.

Since the 1970s, when Jon Kabat-Zinn adapted Buddhist teachings on mindfulness to his successful mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) protocols, the encouraged use of “deliberate attention to the present moment with an attitude of non-judgment” (as Kabat-Zinn defined mindfulness) has been integrated into life outside of monasteries and retreat centers. In secular settings, countless scientific studies recognize the positive results of mindfulness-based interventions, not only in stress management, but also in treatment of depression, trauma, addiction, and more.

The CyberSangha broadcast is part of “A Year of Body, Speech, and Mind,” a free online program of live teachings, practices, and science & spirituality dialogs. Learn more

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• Or, view on the CyberSangha website —  click here

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*Resource: “3-Doors Compassion Project: Examining the Longitudinal Effects of a Nine-Month Tibetan Mind-Body Meditation Program.” Study by M. Gawrysiak, R.T. Pohlig, A. Chaoul, M. Vaughn, G. Rocco, C. Clark, S. Grassetti, D. Petrovitch, & T. Wangyal. Current Psychology, September 2021.

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January 11, 2022 11:00 am - 12:00 pm EST(GMT+00:00)


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