Discovering Wisdom in the Midst of Chaos: An Introduction to Contemplative Psychology

with Melissa Moore

May 15 - 17


Co-Sponsored By Karuna Training & Karmê Chöling


In the midst of an election year we will experientially explore the chaos of our life and times, and do so with the aspiration to tap into our innate equanimity, discernment, compassion, ingenuity, and clarity! Bringing space, power and awareness into play in the process of genuinely making friends with our energy as it is (and the world’s energy as it is), can make a huge difference in accessing our innate intrinsic health. 

Contemplative Psychology starts with this notion of intrinsic health and understands that within the confusion and chaos of daily life are all the answers, awareness and wisdom one needs. It takes mindfulness awareness methods, however, to be able to train in and access this wisdom. This weekend introduces these methods.

One does not need to be in a healing profession or a Buddhist for this material to be applicable. Open to new meditation students and seasoned meditators alike.

To Register

Tuition for this program is $250. This includes the full program but does not include housing.

  • Step 1: Register at this Eventbrite link  - the cost of the weekend is $250
  • Step 2: Return to the KCL website to register for housing. A link will be included with your registration confirmation.

Arrival & Departure

Please plan on arriving between 3-6pm on Friday, May 15, 2020, to register and check-in. Dinner is offered at 6:30pm. The program begins that evening at 7:30pm. The program ends at 12:30pm on Sunday, May 17th.

* Register Through EventBrite *


Teachers

About Melissa Moore

Melissa Moore is the Executive Director of Karuna North America. Melissa has her MA in Contemplative Psychotherapy from Naropa University and her PhD. in Psychological Anthropology from the California Institute of Integral Studies. She is a Buddhist practitioner, meditation teacher, and the founding faculty director of Karuna Training Europe, where she continues to teach.

Melissa was the founding Director of The Felton Research and Training Institute.  The Felton Institute is dedicated to research and training in best practices that raise the bar of community behavioral health services for the most marginalized populations suffering from severe and chronic mental illness. Melissa left her position with Felton in 2016 to teach Karuna Training full time.

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