Relationship as a Path of Awakening • Boulder Talk
April 25, 2014
- $20.00 – Program Price
How can we use the inherent disturbance and richness of our intimate relationships as an opportunity for wakefulness? Psychotherapy helps us understand the deep historic conditioning we bring to our relationships. Buddhist practice cultivates the confidence that, in each fresh moment, we are free in how we relate to this conditioning. Let’s explore how we can learn to keep our hearts open within the profound provocation of intimacy.
This talk will begin at 7 pm in Boulder.
See Bruce Tift’s retreat on Relationship As a Path of Awakening at Shambhala Mountain Center, May 16th-18th, HERE.
Bruce Tift, MA, LMFT, has been in private practice since 1979, taught at Naropa University for 25 years, and given presentations in the U.S., Mexico and Japan. His new CD, Already Free: Buddhism Meets Psychotherapy on the Path of Liberation, explores the human issues of neurosis, anxiety, body awareness and relationship dynamics.