Integration of Buddhist Practice in Modern Life
Buddhist teachings are at the heart of contemporary mindfulness studies. This mini-retreat offers a review of the key teachings of the historical Buddha including the Four Noble Truths (which point to the inevitability of human suffering, its causes, and its remedy) and the Eight Fold Path (which provides an ethical template to guide the healing transformation of our thoughts, feelings, and behavior,) and how these may be directly applied to modern urban life with all of its complexities.
LOBSANG RAPGAY, PhD was a Tibetan Buddhist monk for 18 years and well versed in Buddhist theory and practice. He is an Assistant Adjunct Professor and Research Psychologist, Department of
Psychiatry UCLA. He also maintains a private practice in West Los Angeles. He maintains a regular practice of the Four Foundations of Mindfulness.
AULA Students, Alumni, Faculty, Staff – $25
General public – $50
Tickets may be purchased at the door or online at http://spirthdepthpsychology.brownpapertickets.com
4 CEU’s available for LCSW’s, LMFT’s, and LPCC’s