Regrouping for the Second Half of the Year
Monday, July 1, 2019 — 8:00PM (EDT)
July is waiting on the doorstep and we suddenly have the shocking thought, “Oh my gosh, the year is half-over.”
New year’s resolutions, goals, ambitions, hopes, lifestyle changes – where are they now?
Are you on track? Does your life need a minor course correction? A complete turnaround? Are you clear about the direction you’re taking? Confused or stuck in despair like Arjuna in the Bhagavad Gita?
Maybe it’s time to step back, take a breath and regroup.
Let’s do that.
No better time than now.
Gregg Krech (author of The Art of Taking Action: Lessons from Japanese Psychology) will be hosting a one-hour webinar to offer ideas and support. Join us for a presentation and discussion. It’s a good investment in the rest of the year.
Distance Learning Programs
September 12 – October 12, 2019
During this empowering program, we will explore how to coexist with feelings and thoughts, work with attention, live with purpose, develop acceptance and practice self-reflection. This is a skills-based approach to mental wellness that can help you to more fully embrace the human condition.
November 9 – December 9, 2019
Day by day, throughout this Thanksgiving season, we will be cultivating gratitude together. Using Naikan, a profound self-reflection practice from Japan, we will integrate self-reflection into our daily lives. You can count on this program to lift your spirits and instill a genuine sense of appreciation as we enter the holidays.
August 31-September 7, 2019
Most people live their entire lives without reflecting on how they have lived. In our busy world it is hard to find time for quiet self-reflection. This retreat provides a structured opportunity to splay back the story of your life, guided by the three simple but powerful questions of Naikan. (This retreat is limited to five participants.)
September 21-29, 2019
The Residential Certification Program is a comprehensive educational experience within an engaged community setting, providing training and practice in Japanese Psychology. This program is conducted by Gregg Krech, a leading expert on Japanese Psychology. (Please note: this program is required for the certification process*)
St. Oswald, Germany
October 19 – 28, 2019
This Residential Certification has been organized for the convenience of those who live in Europe or elsewhere outside the U.S. The program curriculum will be identical to the U.S. Residential Certification and will also be led by Gregg Krech. (Please note: this program will also provide 96 credits toward certification.)