The affable and ever-insightful Corey Jackson is set to bring his widely popular teachings as an accredited Cultivating Emotional Balance (CEB) trainer back to Langri Tangpa Buddhist Centre, Camp Hill, commencing Tuesday, 17 October.
During this 5-week series titled Finding Balance in a Stressful World, participants can expect to learn how destructive emotional episodes can be reduced, professional and personal relationships can be improved and how to develop resilience in the face of adversity. This series is suitable for beginners and will also provide a deeper look at the psychology and training that underlies this unique synthesis of traditional and psychological approaches. Each class will include both practical techniques and meditation and a presentation of recent studies and how they correlate with Buddhist philosophy.
Phone Miffi Maxmillion, Centre Spiritual Program Coordinator on 3398 3310 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone Jane Willis, Centre Director on 3398 3310 or email: email@example.com
Balancing Emotions (image from organiser's website)
About the Centre Langri Tangpa Buddhist Centre is a non-profit centre for Tibetan Buddhist teaching and meditation in Brisbane. It is a friendly place that welcomes visitors and supports Buddhists and non-Buddhists with exhibitions, meditation and courses open to everyone. It has an impressive library and a shop. The Centre supports the local community by offering regular general meditation and yoga sessions, emotional health and wellbeing courses and Buddhist study classes. The Centre is closely linked with the work of His Holiness the Dalai Lama. The Centre is centrally located on the south side of Brisbane at Camp Hill. It can be easily reached by public transport or there is street parking available if you choose to drive. It is wheelchair accessible and has a hearing loop in the hall.
His Holiness, the 14th Dalai Lama (image from his website)
About the Presenter
Corey Jackson is passionate about using ancient practice and understanding in a thoroughly modern, user-friendly context. He has a BA in Psychology and Sanskrit from Sydney University and he works as a Tibetan-English translator of Buddhist practice and philosophy. As a leading trainer of the peer reviewed "Cultivating Emotional Balance", he regularly runs workshops for organisations and individuals around Australia. He's also a jazz pianist.