16 Guidelines Level 1 Workshop
May 4, 2019 @ 9:00 am - May 5, 2019 @ 4:30 pm1280kr – 1920kr
This innovative 2-day workshop explores universal values that can empower you to lead a happy meaningful life. The idea is simple: to change the way we experience the world, we transform the way we think, act, and relate to others to find meaning.
We will explore key attitudes
In a relaxed, enjoyable and supportive environment you will be introduced to practical daily tools designed to:
- Increase emotional resilience and confidence
- Build positive relationships and communities
- Achieve a greater sense of well-being and purpose
Each course participant is provided with 16 Guidelines book and 16 Guidelines cars for further practice.
Who is this Workshop for?
The 16 Guidelines Level 1:
- is suitable for people of any background, all faiths, and cultural traditions
- provides a framework and practical set of tools which can be used on a daily basis by participants to develop the culture of the good heart
- can be a catalyst for community activities such as a children’s or a youth group, or in local prisons, hospices, or schools
It is particularly ideal for:
- Teachers and carers or those in support roles
- Coaches and psychologists
- Those who work in business environments
- Anyone seeking practical tools to bring about positive change in their life
Level 1 Workshop provides an introduction to the 16G, so it is suited for those new to the 16G as well as anyone wishing to deepen their understanding of them or for those intending to become accredited 16G trainers.
Incredible, eye-opening, insightful. Dare I say, life-changing?
About the Facilitator:
Wendy has over 30
Any money we make immediately goes back into running the centre, teaching mind training and helping people to lead happier lives through our courses and events. Any surplus goes to supporting the various community services of FPMT which we are affiliated with.
Yeshe Norbu is a non-profit organization and we value our place in the community immensely and hope you value our contribution as well.
Thus the price of our various courses and events are to be seen as recommended donations. To guide our visitors as to what a reasonable donation to pay is, we have three different "price levels" for all our events:
- Reduced price. This price is for people who for whatever reason have financial challenges, such as students or pensioners. (Our policy is to never turn anyone away if they can't afford to pay, so if even the reduced price is too much, please contact us.)
- Regular price. This is the price-point that covers the cost of running the events (venue, donations to teachers, travel costs, etc.) By paying this price you contribute to the centre being able to stay open and offer our program.
- Super generous price. If you want to support people of lesser means to attend courses and teachings, this price level offers an opportunity to practice generosity. This price is for people who feel they have a little extra to spare for the benefit of others.
To support the centre, you can consider becoming a member of the centre or of the non-profit (ideel förening) Yeshe Norbu. Last year (which was our first), more than 500 people attended our courses and events. Your support is enabling us to make a real difference. Have a look at the events we are currently offering.