44 Powell St Avondale Ph 09 828 3321
16 Guidelines for a Mindful & Meaningful Life
with Kala Dostal
The 16 Guidelines are:
Humility – Patience – Contentment - Delight
They empower us to restructure the way that we think
Kindness – Honesty – Generosity – Right Speech
They empower us to restructure the way that we act
Respect – Forgiveness – Gratitude - Loyalty
They empower us to restructure the way that we relate to others
Aspiration – Principles – Service - Courage
They empower us to restructure the way that we find meaning
Inspired by a seventh-century Tibetan text, the 16 Guidelines
are a contemporary presentation of ancient wisdom. The 16 Guidelines promote
mindfulness and wisdom in schools, with youth, in healthcare, prisons, the workplace
and the home. Launched in 2006, the 16G are already in action in 22 countries
worldwide, and growing. They provide a simple yet robust framework that can
transform our minds and our attitudes towards life. The latest research carried
out by neuroscientists suggests that each of us has the potential to continue
developing and transforming our minds. The 16 Guidelines show us how to do this
in a way that will benefit for both ourselves and others. This workshop is suitable
for people of all ages and walks of life.
Throughout this very interactive workshop you will:
· Receive the 16Guidelines book & cards.
· Participate in exercises, mindfulness practice, brainstorming & discussion
· Receive practical tools that can immediately put to use in daily life.
· Get deeper understanding of the Guidelines & the philosophy that underlies them
For more information about the 16G please visit: www.16guidelines.org
About Kala: she was born in Venezuela, grew up in Argentina, her mother is from Hungary, her father is from Poland and she has been residing in NZ for 9 years. She became a student of Tibetan Buddhism in 2004; H.H Dalai Lama & Lama Zopa Rinpoche are her main teachers. She did several solitary & group retreats in India-Nepal-Thailand-Australia and NZ. She is the Operations Manager of Amitabha Hospice and one of the Co-founders of Peaceful Passing. She became interested in the 16Guidelines Project in 2006, in April 2010 she did the 16G Introductory Course and straight afterwards she was invited to do the 16G Facilitators Course at Vajrayana Institute in Sydney. Since then she has being giving 16G workshops in different organizations across NZ, has introduced the 16G as part of the Amitabha Hospice’s volunteer training program, has co facilitated 16G workshops for parents & teachers, palliative care & nurses.
When: Tuesdays 9-16-23-30 April
Time: 6.30 to 9pm
Where: Amitabha Hospice training room. 44 Powell St. Avondale
Cost: $180 - waged.
Cost: $105 - unwaged
Cost: $80 - for Amitabha Hospice Volunteers - this cost doesn't include the book and cards (book and cards can be purchased for $25 the pack)
Participants need to agree to attend all 4 sessions in order for registration to be accepted.
For bookings & information: e-mail: email@example.com or call: 828-3321
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