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Role-Modeling Imagery: The Fast Track To Self-Transformation

Event Details

Who
Joe Loizzo, M.D., Ph.D. 
What
Talk & Discussion Series 
Where
Tibet House US Gallery 
When
Friday, December 14, 2012 At 07:00 PM  
How
General:$25/Member:$22.50 for each session. SERIES: General:$180/Members:$162 
Details
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About the Event

 

This class introduces the art of role-modeling in the Nalanda tradition, considered the quickest, most effective way of developing our innate genius for altruistic engagement with all life and the earth we share.  By binding our compassionate openness with heroic imagery and affirmation, safe in the crucible of a close mentor-student bond, this art catalyzes the alchemical change we need to create a new, ideal self and world. After reviewing the basics and the neuropsychology of this art, Dr. Loizzo covers the seven steps of role-modeling imagery, based on the traditional Tibetan practice of the Healing Mentor (Bhaishajya-guru) and Healing Mother (Arya-Tara).  The fifth course in the Four Year Program in Sustainable Happiness, this class is open to all, whether or not you’ve taken prior Four Year classes.


Monday, Oct. 29; 7-9PM      General:$25 / Member:$22.50    
Monday, Nov. 5; 7-9PM        General:$25 / Member:$22.50    
Monday, Nov. 12; 7-9PM      General:$25 / Member:$22.50    
Monday, Nov. 19; 7-9PM      General:$25 / Member:$22.50    
Monday, Nov. 26; 7-9PM      General:$25 / Member:$22.50   
Monday, Dec. 3; 7-9PM       General:$25 / Member:$22.50   
Monday, Dec. 10; 7-9PM     General:$25 / Member:$22.50    
Friday, Dec. 14; 7-9PM        General:$25 / Member:$22.50     click here to register

 

SERIES (Mondays: Oct. 29; Nov. 5, 12, 19 & 26; Dec. 3, 10 and Friday, Dec. 14;  7-9PM)
General:$180/Members:$162     CLICK HERE TO REGISTER


About the Presenter

Dr. Joseph (Joe) Loizzo, M.D., Ph.D., is a Harvard-trained psychiatrist and Columbia-trained Buddhist scholar with over thirty years' experience studying the beneficial effects of meditation on healing and learning. He is is Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychiatry in Integrative Medicine at Weill Cornell Medical College, where he researches and teaches mind/body health. He has taught science and religion, the scientific study of religious experience, and the Indo-Tibetan mind sciences at Columbia University, where he currently is adjunct Assistant Professor of Religion at the Columbia Center for Buddhist Studies.




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