Relational Dharma Practicum
A 4-part ONLINE Series
with Kan Yan
Thursdays: June 29, July 6, July 13, July 20, 2023
4:00pm – 6:00pm (Pacific Time & Arizona Time outside of the Navajo Nation)
Online with Zoom
Have you found that practicing mindfulness is harder when interacting with other people? Relational Dharma explores how Buddhist practice can be expressed in social relations. We will explore how skillful speech and action can be cultivated in relationship to others with a focus on authenticity and connection. There will be brief teachings to help orient our explorations (based in Buddha Dharma as well as Nonviolent Communication, Circling, and T-group). However, the majority of the time will be spent in an interactive learning experience together.
The group is capped at 9 participants. Application is Required. Please apply by June 9. There may be brief interviews required to ensure the diversity and balance of the group.
Please Apply by: June 9, 2023. Click here to get to the application form.
For More Information:
This is an online series. Additional information about the retreat, including the online zoom link, will be provided to all participants who are selected to attend this 4 part series.
Kan Yan is a Dharma Leader at FIMC. He has practiced for the past decade and a half in various Theravadan, Zen, and Tibetan lineages. He is a graduate of the Spirit Rock Advanced Practitioner Program and the Interdependence Project Meditation Teacher Training Program. Kan has taught mindfulness or organizations for several years. He is on the certified trainer path with the Center for Nonviolent Communication and is a regular practitioner of Circling and T-groups.