Meditating on Heartbreak: a 4-week eCourse
When it comes to a broken heart, Buddhism has much to teach.
It has guidance for how to survive and make your heart stronger in the process.
It can help with the hallmarks of lost love: obsessive thinking, shame, and distrust in love itself.
Perhaps most important, it can help you love yourself once again and with this, all things are possible.
Join author Susan Piver for a four week online course on the mindful approach to heartbreak and love based on her book, The Wisdom of a Broken Heart.
Meditation instruction is offered, as well as experiential exercises and homework, rich discussion, and practical tools for keeping your heart open, soft, and powerful.
Role of Mindfulness and Mindfulness Instruction
3 obstacles to healing
Obstacle #1: Obsessive Thinking
How to counter through mindfulnessObstacle #2: Shame
How to counter by taking 5 steps to rouse confidence
Obstacle #3: Doubt (in love; in judgment; in others)
How to counter through loving kindness
The road to love is paved with self-love
Why is it so difficult to like ourselves and lighten the grip of criticism and blame?
The big switcheroo: the one chance you can make that will empower you to love and be loved without hesitation.
Space will be very limited.
Cost: $108 USD
Registration will begin in late 2014.
Program dates: Jan. 13th – Feb. 3rd, 2015
Four Tuesdays; 7:30 – 9:00 p.m. EST
Participants will receive a link to each online discussion within 24 hours of the class.