Join Us in March: Cognitively-Based Compassion Training Course

The University of Arizona has been chosen to host the first Cognitively-Based Compassion Training (CBCT) Course in the Southwestern United States. This intensive 3-day course, led by CBCT founder Geshe Lobsang Negi from the Emory-Tibet Partnership, offers participants the rare and unique opportunity to understand the theory and practice of the highly acclaimed CBCT program.
This one of a kind opportunity should not be missed!
When: March 7-9, 2014
Where: Tucson, Arizona
Cost: $500 (includes meals)
Need-based scholarships available
These 16 in-class hours are the equivalent of an 8-week CBCT course.
At its most fundamental level, compassion is the wish to alleviate the suffering of another. Compassion is a basic human value, necessary for our survival as individuals and as communities. It is recognized by all major spiritual traditions, and is indeed elevated as a highest ideal by them. Modern science is also increasingly recognizing the importance of compassion for our health and the flourishing of our species.
Compassion Training, or CBCT, is a secular technique derived from Tibetan Buddhist practices for enhancing one's sense of caring for self and others. Preliminary data suggests that CBCT actually changes people's daily behavior in ways likely to enhance emotional well-being, relationships, and improve physical health.
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Release Date: 
01/02/2014 - 2:35pm