A conversation with Robert Thurman, PhD, Zesho Susan O'Connell and David Bullard, PhD
Friday, November 8, 2013
7:30 - 9:30 pm
3200 California Street, San Francisco
The emphasis, as expressed in the title, will be to discuss ideas and awareness that can help Buddhists and non-Buddhists "re-pair" their intimacy with loved ones after distancing, arguments, anger and even betrayals. Through this work we will thereby help to smooth the road to compassion, forgiveness and acceptance, as well as to deeper understanding of self and not-self. This discussion will also include specific concepts that can help us break through the impasses often experienced in emotionally close relationships, to support presence and resilience after reactivity and defensiveness, all while deepening our wisdom and compassion.
Access for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Attendees: This event will be ASL interpreted. Reserved seating is available.
Fee: $25; $22 current SFZC members; $20 limited income. Some scholarships are available; see About Registration, Scholarships and Cancellations.
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Event Parking and Directions: Street parking nearby or parking garage with the entrance on California St. Enter garage from westbound lanes only. No overnight parking. $8 per vehicle. Pay for parking upon leaving parking garage at the parking attendant’s booth. Free bicycle parking is available on level P2. For directions, please visit the JCC website.
About Registration, Scholarships and Cancellations