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Zen and the Brain: Contemplative Practices for a Multi-tasking World with Al Kaszniak, PhD

Zen and the BrainThursday, February 18 // 7:00 p.m.
Nalanda Events Center // 6287 Arapahoe Ave
$15 Tickets

We live in an increasingly multi-tasking world, often resulting in distress and a sense that our attention is almost constantly fragmented. Do contemplative practices have a role to play in how we manage multi-tasking demands at work and home? 

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Awakening Through Relationship: The Tantric Consort with Reggie Ray

February 12-13
Nalanda Events Center // 6287 Arapahoe Ave
Friday night keynote // $25
Friday & Saturday // $150

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The consort relationship provides a uniquely powerful crucible for our ultimate transformation today. Reggie Ray and Caroline Pfohl will offer techings and practices for this tradition that are applicable throughout our lives. All are welcome, both couples and individuals.  

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Naropa University presents The Lenz Foundation Distinguished Guest Lecturer Program in Buddhist Studies and American Culture and Values

 

Mindfulness, MOOCs, and Money in Higher Education: Contemplative Possibilities and Promise

March 18–21
Early Bird Prices until February 1

Designed for educators—educational leaders, administrators, and policy makers—as well as faculty and students, and anyone interested in these key questions. This gathering will offer inspiration, methods, and practical insights that will inform your daily work and/or teaching, and create ongoing networks of dialogue.

The current roster of presenters includes such luminaries as Daniel Barbezat, Mirabai Bush, Gaylon Ferguson, David Germano, Arawana Hayashi, David Korten, Rhonda Magee, John Pryor, Laura Rendon, Judith Simmer-Brown, Susan Skjei, Adam Yukelson.

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