Resilience is one of the four key factors for well being. It is the rapidity with which we recover from adversity; some people recover slowly and other people recover more quickly.
We know that individuals who show a more rapid recovery from difficult life-events – have higher levels of well-being. They are protected in many ways from the adverse consequences of life’s slings and arrows.
Public Talk – Ven Sangye Khadro THURSDAY 5/4 18.00-21.00
Originally from California, Ven. Sangye Khadro began studying Buddhism with Tibetan lamas in Dharamsala, India, in 1973. She became a nun in Nepal the following year, and received full ordination in 1988. At the request of her teachers, she began teaching in 1980, and since then has been teaching Buddhism and meditation in various countries around the world, occasionally taking time off for personal retreats. She is also teaching in the Human Spirit Program. ( Bridging Buddhism and Psykoanalysis in Israel )
She has served as resident teacher in Buddha House, Australia, for two years and in Amitabha Buddhist Centre in Singapore for eleven years. She is a graduate of the Masters Program in Advanced Buddhist Studies in Sutra and Tantra, at Lama Tsong Khapa Institute Italy 2008-2015.
Ven Khadro can Tibetan and has been studying with all great lamas of our time. With her warm and encouraging approache she will share knowledge and give precise advices on what and how to meditate – just to strengthen your well-being.
Scientists have identified the key factors for well-being:
Dr. Richard Davidson – neuroscientist and founder of the Center for Healthy Minds at the University of Wisconsin – explains that well-being is a skill that can be practiced and strengthened.
Dr Davidson has written the book “The emotional life of your brain”;