Causes of Wellbeing
with Pablo Das
A comprehensive four-week mindfulness-based course for establishing and maintaining wellness
Fridays starting Jan 9, 2015
This series will present a comprehensive system for establishing and maintaining “wellness” (balance or health). The guiding principle is that our wellbeing is established by identifying the variables in our lives that impact the way we feel from moment to moment and engage these variables in such a way as to result in more happiness, ease and wellbeing rather than suffering and dis-ease. This program is action oriented and setting specific intentions and taking action will be the essence of the program. What will be presented is a progressive system but one which allows each individual to identify where their work is right now and allow them to lay that foundation. Success in this program looks like firmly establishing one or two changes rather than perfection.
Cost: $25 per evening or $85 if paid in advance (15% discount). There will be an opportunity to offer dana to the teacher at each class (teachers receive a portion of the reg fee and are supported by dana). Please pay at the highest level you can afford to support our programs and those who have less. Some scholarships and work-study are available. No one will be turned away for lack of funds.
$100 Plus Monthly Supporters attend for no reg fee (but dana to the teacher is appreciated). Please CLICK HERE for more info on our Monthly Supporter program.
Pablo Das is empowered to teach Vipassana meditation and Buddha Dharma by the Against the Stream Buddhist Meditation Society founder Noah Levine. He teaches regularly at A.T.S. centers in Los Angeles and at various A.T.S. groups and in retreat settings nationwide. Professionally, he works as a mindfulness based wellness, nutrition and recovery coach integrating mindfulness practices and Buddhist principles in his private “in person” (and phone based) counseling work. Pablo is an advocate for a Gay Lesbian Bisexual Transgender and “other identified” voice in American Buddhism. He is also a Buddhism inspired indie-folk (antifolk) musician who tours nationally and can be found transforming monotonous Buddhist chants into indie rock retreat hits.
*This is a GLBTQ friendly course.
*This course is recommended for people practicing or interested in “Buddhist” recovery or looking to start that process.
Class will be held at 4300 Melrose Ave., Los Angeles.