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10/21/2016 to 10/23/2016
Sil Reynolds
Keep Your Bond Strong Through the Teen Years (Ages 13-15)

Join a vibrant community of mothers and daughters, and take time to slow down, nourish your relationship, and have some fun.

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY
10/21/2016 to 10/23/2016
Eliza Reynolds
Keep Your Bond Strong Through the Teen Years (Ages 13-15)

Join a vibrant community of mothers and daughters, and take time to slow down, nourish your relationship, and have some fun.

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY
11/12/2016
Jack Kornfield
A 1-Day Training for Meditators & Psychologists At the New York Society for Ethical Culture*

“The Buddha said many times that just as the great oceans have but one taste, so do all the true teachings of the dharma: the taste of freedom.”—Jack Kornfield

Location:
New York, NY
01/07/2017 to 01/14/2017
Joan Halifax Roshi

In week 1, you can explore a contemporary approach to Buddhism, learn a new approach to joyful eating, or develop the art of attention.

Location:
Costa Rica
01/07/2017 to 01/14/2017
Joan Borysenko

In week 1, you can explore a contemporary approach to Buddhism, learn a new approach to joyful eating, or develop the art of attention.

Location:
Costa Rica
01/07/2017 to 01/14/2017
Elena Brower

In week 1, you can explore a contemporary approach to Buddhism, learn a new approach to joyful eating, or develop the art of attention.

Location:
Costa Rica
01/07/2017 to 01/14/2017

In week 1, you can explore a contemporary approach to Buddhism, learn a new approach to joyful eating, or develop the art of attention.

Location:
Costa Rica
01/07/2017 to 01/14/2017
Amber Ryan

In week 1, you can explore a contemporary approach to Buddhism, learn a new approach to joyful eating, or develop the art of attention.

Location:
Costa Rica
01/07/2017 to 01/14/2017
Stephan Rechtschaffen

In week 1, you can explore a contemporary approach to Buddhism, learn a new approach to joyful eating, or develop the art of attention.

Location:
Costa Rica
01/07/2017 to 01/14/2017
Steven Michael Pague

In week 1, you can explore a contemporary approach to Buddhism, learn a new approach to joyful eating, or develop the art of attention.

Location:
Costa Rica

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11/12/2016
Jack Kornfield
A 1-Day Training for Meditators & Psychologists At the New York Society for Ethical Culture*

“The Buddha said many times that just as the great oceans have but one taste, so do all the true teachings of the dharma: the taste of freedom.”—Jack Kornfield

Location:
New York, NY
01/07/2017 to 01/14/2017
Joan Halifax Roshi

In week 1, you can explore a contemporary approach to Buddhism, learn a new approach to joyful eating, or develop the art of attention.

Location:
Costa Rica
01/07/2017 to 01/14/2017
Joan Borysenko

In week 1, you can explore a contemporary approach to Buddhism, learn a new approach to joyful eating, or develop the art of attention.

Location:
Costa Rica
01/07/2017 to 01/14/2017
Elena Brower

In week 1, you can explore a contemporary approach to Buddhism, learn a new approach to joyful eating, or develop the art of attention.

Location:
Costa Rica
01/07/2017 to 01/14/2017

In week 1, you can explore a contemporary approach to Buddhism, learn a new approach to joyful eating, or develop the art of attention.

Location:
Costa Rica
01/07/2017 to 01/14/2017
Amber Ryan

In week 1, you can explore a contemporary approach to Buddhism, learn a new approach to joyful eating, or develop the art of attention.

Location:
Costa Rica
01/07/2017 to 01/14/2017
Stephan Rechtschaffen

In week 1, you can explore a contemporary approach to Buddhism, learn a new approach to joyful eating, or develop the art of attention.

Location:
Costa Rica
01/07/2017 to 01/14/2017
Steven Michael Pague

In week 1, you can explore a contemporary approach to Buddhism, learn a new approach to joyful eating, or develop the art of attention.

Location:
Costa Rica
01/14/2017 to 01/21/2017

In week 2 at Omega Costa Rica, January 14–21, you can learn explore relationship as a spiritual practice, integrate the power of purpose in your life, or tap into your unconscious to free the writer within.

Location:
Costa Rica
01/14/2017 to 01/21/2017

In week 2 at Omega Costa Rica, January 14–21, you can learn explore relationship as a spiritual practice, integrate the power of purpose in your life, or tap into your unconscious to free the writer within.

Location:
Costa Rica

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Omega Institute Is Conscious Uncoupling a Better Way to Break Up?
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Omega Institute Yoga & Mindfulness for Kids by Jennifer Cohen Harper
What 10 Years of Research Reveals
Yoga and other mindfulness practices have been the subject of an increasing amount of research as they have become more popular in the West. For example, science now supports many of the benefits traditionally associated with yoga practice, including decreased stress and increased physical and emotional wellness. Recent advances in neuroscience confirm that contemplative practices, such as yoga and mindfulness meditation, can change the physical structure of the brain, effectively training it to work in more positive and productive ways. More
7 Stages to Finding Your Passion by Gail Straub
The process of finding your passion is a gestalt with many interconnected qualities. For most leaders I’ve worked with, that process encompasses seven stages: 1. Get Quiet Enough to Hear Your Passion Calling You More
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If you’re craving a deeper connection to yourself and the divine, one way to cultivate it is through a daily spiritual practice. In the yoga tradition, the Sanskrit term for this kind of spiritual practice is sadhana—and its benefits are worth considering. More
Omega Institute 5 Steps to Loving Everyone by Judy Lief
The human realm is said to be the realm of passion. Passion is what holds us together; confused passion is what entraps us, and transformed passion is what can liberate us. Although our passion is often tainted by the tendency to grasp or possess, in essence, it is accepting of others. Passion is attraction, whereas aggression is rejection. More
Omega Institute Unfolding the Wings of Acceptance by Tara Brach
When we are caught in the trance of unworthiness, we do not clearly recognize what is happening inside us, nor do we feel kind. Our view of who we are is contorted and narrowed and our heart feels hardened against life. As we lean into the experience of the moment—releasing our stories and gently holding our pain or desire—Radical Acceptance begins to unfold. The two parts of genuine acceptance—seeing clearly and holding our experience with compassion—are as interdependent as the two wings of a great bird. Together, they enable us to fly and be free. More
Omega Institute Accepting What is Real by Tara Brach
About 20 years ago, a close friend and I drove to southern Virginia to attend a retreat led by Vietnamese Zen teacher Thich Nhat Hanh. At the closing ceremony, he asked us to choose a partner—I turned to face my friend—and bow to each other. He then instructed us to hug our partner while taking three conscious and full in-breaths and out-breaths. More
Omega Institute Living In Illumination by Mirabai Starr
Discovering Love as the Heart of Religion
Ever since I was a little girl, I have been drawn to the living heart of every spiritual tradition I have encountered. Like a night wanderer who comes across a sanctuary in the woods, I peer through the stained-glass window, aching to enter and bow down at the altar I see blazing within. More
Omega Institute 7 Ways to Practice Generosity by Rev. Ed Bacon
Fear can lead us to live lives of self-absorption, in which we covet blessings instead of conferring them on others. We find we can’t let go, we assume the worst, we feel insecure, we act without thinking—or perhaps we do not act enough. It is hardly surprising that amid the pressure of day-to-day life and under the yoke of a fearful culture many of us struggle to open our hearts and be generous. More
Omega Institute How Mindfulness Skills Help Children Flourish by Rob Schware and Jennifer Cohen Harper
An Interview With Jennifer Cohen Harper
Rob: What originally motivated you to do this work? Has that motivation changed over time? More

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