Emotional Rescue: How to Work With Your Emotions - New York City
Friday, May 6th 7:00 - 9:00 pm - with Ethan Nichtern- SOLD OUT
Tickets Still Available:
Saturday, May 7th 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Sunday, May 8th 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
When we bring awareness to our emotions, something truly amazing happens they lose their power to make us miserable.
May 6-8th, 2016, Nalandabodhi New York and co-presenter The Interdependence Project will host a special program featuring celebrated Buddhist teacher, Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche.
On Friday evening Rinpoche will give a keynote talk. Ethan Nichtern, a senior teacher in the Shambhala Buddhist tradition, will then interview Rinpoche. A book signing will follow.
On Saturday and Sunday, Ponlop Rinpoche will teach on the 3-step Emotional Rescue Plan for working with disturbing emotions. With his usual warmth and humor, he will share the methods presented in his new book.
Teachers from both The Interdependence Project and Nalandabodhi will lead experiential exercises throughout the workshop.
Join us for the full weekend by registering for both the Friday evening and the Saturday/Sunday events. Select the dates from the drop-down menu, and add the desired amount of tickets to your cart.
Friday, May 6 evening event $25 (one low price for all attendees)
Saturday and Sunday $195
(Discount admission of $170 available Saturday and Sunday for seniors, NB and IDP members. Here's how to redeem: Select "Saturday, May 7" date from dropdown menu and enter discount code MEMBER. Or call 1-800-838-3006 and mention code.
Are you a student? Special discount admission of $25 available Saturday and Sunday. Use promo code RESCUE.
Two-for-one discount offer - when you bring a friend to the Saturday and Sunday workshop, pay $85 each - use promo code BUDDY).
Assigned seating. Please pre-register.
Wheelchair accessible tickets are available, please email us directly to arrange.
To order by phone, call toll free. Real people are standing by 24/7 to take your ticket purchase.
Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche is a widely celebrated Buddhist teacher and the author of "Rebel Buddha: A Guide to a Revolution of Mind." A lover of music, art and urban culture, Rinpoche is a poet, photographer, accomplished calligrapher and visual artist, as well as a prolific author. Rinpoche is founder and president of Nalandabodhi, an international network of Buddhist centers.
Ethan Nichtern is a Shastri, a senior teacher in the Shambhala Buddhist tradition. He is the author of the acclaimed book "The Road Home: A Contemporary Exploration of the Buddhist Path" (Farrar Straus and Giroux, North Point Press), which was recently selected as one of Library Journals Best Books of 2015, and one of Tech Insiders 9 Books That Define 2015.
Mitra Mark Power is a senior teacher with the Nalandabodhi Buddhist community and Hudson Institute certified Life Transitions Coach (CHIC). Previously he worked as a professional chaplain and palliative care consultant in Seattle. He teaches in the Buddhist community focusing on programs that integrate contemplative methods with daily life. Mark lives in Red Hook, New York with his wife of 32 years, Marion.
Kimberly Brown, Executive Director & Teacher, The Interdependence Project. Kimberly has degrees in physics and literature, and trained as a psychodynamic psychotherapist. A graduate of the first year-long IDP Meditation Teacher Training Program, Kimberly studies Tibetan and American Buddhism, and her teachers include Lama Norlha Rinpoche and Sharon Salzberg. Discover more about Kim and her teaching at http://nycmeditates.com.
Mona Chopra, Teacher, The Interdependence Project. Mona Chopra, MA, MS, L.Ac., is an acupuncturist, hypnotherapist, therapeutic yoga and meditation instructor whose work is guided by the belief that the capacity to heal is boundless, and the capacity to love without limits is what liberates us. She is a graduate of IDP's year-long Meditation Teacher Training Program. For more information on Mona: www.peopletreewellness.com.
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