The greatest promise offered by the ancient practice of qigong is that we can heal our own pain and suffering—in body, mind, and spirit.
Can we reprogram or rewire our brain for maximum resilience and overall well-being? We can—and Linda Graham, author of Bouncing Back, shows us how.
“I have come to understand that keeping a culture alive requires three main components of what I call the cultural triangle: language, land skills, and spirituality.
How do you typically react to difficulties in life, such as work stress, rejection, physical problems, or financial hardship? Do you instinctively fight uncomfortable experiences or find fault in yourself when things go wrong?
For centuries, Tibetan thangkas (scroll paintings of Buddhas and mandalas) have been a highly developed and important means of explaining Buddhist philosophy.
This is an application-only course.
Creating images is a primal creative act. It is accessible to everybody, no matter what level of experience. It feels good, and gets us back in touch with an instinctive, nonverbal means of expression.