If the ever increasing stresses and demands of our modern world have you feeling that you are just coping with life, rather than living it, then Beyond Coping is the course for you. While managing the daily challenges it can be easy to lose sight of your deeper goals and it can be difficult to feel rejuvenated and connected to the passion you have for your work and life.
Beyond Coping gives you the opportunity to connect with others who want to find a balance between life’s demands and their personal vision. Take this opportunity to ground and strengthen yourself while creating a new way to engage with life that is sustaining and generative.
In this course you will learn Buddhist wisdom teachings on living a wholesome and awakening life. You will explore how to develop wholesome conduct, meditation and wisdom practices, to ground and guide you. You will learn simple and sustainable meditation practices that will help you to be centered in the midst of whatever you are doing.
We are delighted to share that this course is being offered in collaboration with our friends at Alive Mindfully.
If you are interested in:
Then this four week course is for you.
A Registered Clinical Social Worker, Maureen has been a Mental Health and Substance Use Counsellor for over 9 years and previously worked in Hospice and Palliative Care. She is a Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) facilitator and meditation teacher.
Since 2005, Maureen has been a resident and co-manager of the Clear Sky Retreat Center. For over 20 years Maureen has been studying meditation and mindfulness with awakening masters Doug Duncan Sensei and Catherine Pawasarat Sensei. Maureen gets excited finding ways to blend her spiritual and professional work life in a delicately woven tapestry. Her life’s purpose is exploring consciousness and gaining wisdom into human nature in order to support people to grow into fully developed human beings.
During her time-out relaxation moments, Maureen enjoys gazing at the sky through leaves on tree branches, hiking, creating art and reading.
Dean has a Masters in Counselling Psychology. He is the Executive Director of East Kootenay Addiction Services Society with over 35 years clinical counselling experience in health care, and is a therapist in private practice. Dean has facilitated hundreds of therapy groups, is an educator and popular speaker and has presented at national and international conferences.
A Buddhist meditation practitioner and resident at the Clear Sky Meditation Center, Dean is a student of Doug Duncan Sensei and Catherine Pawasarat Sensei. Dean actively lives the healing practices he teaches his clients.