Where: Online Event
Tutors: Frits Koster
‘Remember that just as a bird needs two wings to fly, wisdom and compassion must be developed simultaneously’ - Ancient saying
What is wisdom?
How is it viewed in the West from a scientific research perspective, and in the East from Buddhist psychology?
How can we cultivate wisdom, and what is the value of cultivating wisdom?
In this webinar, we will explore these questions in theory, and in practice through meditation and interpersonal mindfulness practice. Highlighting how this can contribute to a greater sense of 'we-together' rather than 'me-first' or 'you-first'.
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