11am Guided Meditation & CEB – by Donation @ Hubert St


Guided Meditation & Cultivating Emotional Balance – Saturdays 11am to 12 @ Hubert St – By Donation

May: Cultivating Compassion with open heart and open mind – compassion meditations, empathy vs compassion, our interconnected relationship and its importance.

June: How does science define emotional, and why is that important/ useful.   How can meditation affect our emotions and help us to make emotional choices for a happier and more balanced life.

Bookings required

Each session will include guided meditations, a short talk and a discussion drawn from the Cultivating Emotional Balance program.  We will practice meditations to calm the mind, expand our perceptions of the world and cultivate the positive qualities of the heart.

Cultivating Emotional Balance (CEB) is an educational training committed to utilising the experience of emotion as a path for developing the happiness of being for ourselves and in relationship to others.  By integrating the wisdom traditions of modern psychology, current emotion research, and contemplative practices, CEB provides a secular platform for transformation.  With the tools of CEB, we can draw upon our human capacity to wisely and compassionately actualise individual and collective well-being and reform a wholesome relationship with the planet.

With trained as CEB teachers, Jude Milan (certified 2017) and Rob Milan (certified 2018).

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This session forms part of the CEB course, a 42 hour course, which will be offered in blocks throughout the year.  For those interested in completing the full 42 hour course we will keep track of attendance over the year.  Although elements of the course link together, we aim to ensure each block has individual learnings that are useful and applicable to every day life.

About CEB:
The Cultivating Emotional Balance Training emerged from the Destructive Emotions dialogue between behavioural scientists and the Dalai Lama, Buddhist monks, and scholars at the Mind and Life Institute in Dharamsala, India, in March of 2000. At the culmination of this meeting the Dalai Lama requested that the important ideas raised in these sessions, specifically how to manage the everyday obstacles of our destructive emotions, be turned into an accessible secular training.