Tag: Donald Rothberg

Young Adults’ Practice and Community Day

Young Adults’ Practice and Community Day [2010]

Sunday, July 25, 2010 1:30 to 5:30pm Join teachers Andrea Fella and Donald Rothberg for a half-day retreat on the theme “Integrating Practice and Daily Life.” As a follow-up to the November daylong for young adults, Twheet, this event is geared to build community among in a supportive environment for practitioners roughly 20-35yrs. This special event will be co-hosted by teachers Andrea Fella and Donald Rothberg and features a mix of sittings, short dharma talks, and opportunities for group discussion….

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Facing the Shadow: A Daylong Exploration of How We Relate to Practice with the Shadow – For Young Adults – with Donald Rothberg and Kate Janke

Facing the Shadow: A Daylong Exploration of How We Relate to Practice with the Shadow – For Young Adults – with Donald Rothberg and Kate Janke [2009]

Saturday, December 5, 9am to 4:30pm For Young Adults, Ages 20-35 Come join us for a day of practice and experiential investigation into our shadows—dark and light, individual and collective—and how “shadow work” can be a major part of our spiritual practice! Carl Jung spoke of the shadow of the individual as “the ‘negative’ side of the personality, the sum of all those unpleasant qualities we like to hide.” Yet, he thought, the shadow also carries energies and insights necessary…

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Keeping Cool in the Fire: Becoming More Skillful with Inner or Outer Conflict – A Two-Day Training with Donald Rothberg and Lawrence Ellis

Keeping Cool in the Fire: Becoming More Skillful with Inner or Outer Conflict – A Two-Day Training with Donald Rothberg and Lawrence Ellis [2009]

Saturday, January 23, 2010, 9am to 5pm and Sunday, January 24,  1 to 5pm How do we bring our spiritual practice into situations of conflict, whether inner conflict (“Should I stay in this job or relationship?”), interpersonal conflict, or conflict within an organization or community or society? By conflict, we mean a tension or contradiction between goals, intentions, or styles, which may or may not be connected with hostility. For most of us, conflicts are difficult and we often tend…

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