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Emotional Rescue Introductory Course

Learn Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche’s Emotional Rescue 3-Step Method as part of our Open Series Curriculum.

In this introductory five-week course, July 8, 2020, through August 5, 2020, we will strengthen our emotional regulation skills through mindful awareness and practice with others. You will learn valuable techniques for transforming fear, grief, and confusion into the creative energy that empowers you to face any challenge.

Registration ends Wednesday, July 1, 2020. To learn more and to register, please click here.

Open Series is an experiential learning program developed and facilitated by Nalandabodhi International.

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