Mondays - Pasadena
Stress Free Living: Transforming Anger and Conflict - March 13 - May 1
Feeling stressed, overwhelmed and annoyed can become a normal part of our daily life experience. In this 8-week course, we will explore practical solutions to the problems of stress and anger, deconstructing the actual causes and learning how to use these experiences as opportunities for growth and development.
TOPICS FOR THIS SERIES:
March 13 The Psychology of Stress and Anger
March 20 Anger in Relationships: The Psychology of Blaming
March 27 Why We Get Angry at Ourself and Others
April 3 The Art of Acceptance: Responding Constructively
April 10 Do I Have Unrealistic Expectations?
April 17 Transforming (Not Repressing) Painful Feelings
April 24 Everything Depends Upon Other Things
May 1 Anger Hurts, Compassion Heals
Letting Go of Bad Habits: The Confidence to Change - May 8-June 19
Without a clear vision of what is possible, and methods to accomplish our true potential, it is difficult to make the most of our life and be of greatest benefit to others. Buddha’s teachings on the mind give us the confidence to change by showing us how our mind works, where it gets stuck and what to do about it, and meditation gives us the practical methods to bring this change about. Join us for this 7-week course where we will explore the practices and meditations within Buddhist psychology that can help us to become the person we wish to be.
May 8: Believing We Can Change
May 15: Why Are Habits Hard to Break?
May 22: The Power of Intention
May 29: Overcoming Discouragement & Procrastination
June 5: Insecurity vs. Confidence
June 12: The Power of Joy
June 19: Imagination and Our Potential
$10 per class. Join at any time. Classes consist of two guided meditations, a talk and discussion. No pre-registration necessary.
Neighborhood Unitarian Universalist Church
301 N. Orange Grove Blvd, Pasadena