Caring: Tarthang Rinpoche’s newest teachings to bring ease to the heart

Caring Course 2 online from Odiyan Retreat Center
January 12 – April 19, 2020

Course 2 of the Caring Program is based on Tarthang Rinpoche’s 2018 book “Caring”. Building on Course 1, Course 2 focuses on ways of caring for our emotional patterns and understanding the role of communication and language in setting these patterns. The process that automatically leads us to emotionality is directly experienced and explored, promoting an understanding of choices we can make to alter the outcome of our patterns.

 

You will learn to protect your heart and head from your own negativity as you practice a caring approach to dissolving and transforming emotionality. The experiential approach of Course 2 provides a healing foundation to more fully explore caring for both ourselves and our world.

 

Lotus

 

Caring Course 2

Prerequisite:  Caring Course 1

Dates: Sundays, January 12 – April 19, 2020 (14 weeks) No class on February 9, 2020

Time:  9:30 -11:00 PDT

Course Materials: Caring (2018) by Tarthang Tulku. You can purchase the book here

Course Donation: $280.00 Paid in full Jan. 5

Or two installments $140 each,Jan. 5 and Mar. 9

 

Enrollment is closed for this class

 

Classes are transmitted via interactive video using Zoom, with an option for audio only. More details will be sent one week prior to class start date. If you have any questions or concerns please contact us at outreach@odiyan.org

 

Caring Course 2 Leaders

Helena, Maria Helena, Barbara

Caring Course 2 is taught by Helena Gold, Maria Helena Kubrusly, and Barbara Belew.

Helena Gold is a Nyingma Buddhist Psychology practitioner and teacher; and co-developer of the Caring Program curriculum. She was a founder of Centro Nyingma do Brazil in Sao Paulo and is the director of Nyingma Centers, the organization representing the international centers of Tarthang Tulku in Europe and South America.

Maria Helena Kubrusly is a founding member of the Nyingma center in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil.  An Odiyan resident since 1999, Maria Helena works regularly with Tarthang Tulku Rinpoche on administrative and community matters. She rendered the Portuguese translations of Knowledge of Time and Space, and Mandala Gardens.

Barbara Belew is a Clinical Psychologist, program coordinator and co-editor of the Caring book, and co-developer of the Caring Program curriculum.

All proceeds from the online classes support the Odiyan community.

 

Enrollment is closed for this class

 

This summer!

Caring Retreat 2020 at Ratna Ling Retreat Center

Open to everyone who has an interest.

July 27-31, 2020