From Mindfulness to Heartfulness; ITZI Congres in Belgie, Kom je ook?

Ben je geïnteresseerd in boeddhistische psychologie? In geëngageerd boeddhisme? In mindfulness? Coaching vanuit boeddhistisch perspectief? Dan heeft dit congres in België waarschijnlijk jouw interesse:

Van 8 tot 10 september 2017 organiseert het Internationaal Instituut voor Zen Therapie van David Brazier haar tweede congres over boeddhistische psychologie. Een congres waar interactie tussen sprekers en deelnemers essentieel is.

We zijn verheugd over het feit dat we wereldwijd boeiende sprekers hebben weten aan te trekken, van diverse boeddhistische stromingen, zoals zen boeddhisme, zuivereland boeddhisme zenpeacemakers, Nichiren, uit; China, Rusland, VS, UK, Belgie en Nederland.

Het thema is niet nauw beperkt tot boeddhistische psychologie, psychotherapie, boeddhisme of mindfulness, maar het gaat juist over het creatieve spel tussen deze verschillende terreinen en hoe deze elkaar kunnen versterken. ITZI staat voor het exploreren van het veld van compassie via de therapeutische praktijk en via het geëngageerd Boeddhisme.

Bekende sprekers uit de Lage Landen:
Tijdens dit congres spreekt onder andere Edel Maex, zen boeddhist, psychiater en mindfulness leraar over het centrale thema: Kan mindfulness bestaan zonder heartfulness?

Irene Bakker, Zen priester, systeem therapeut en mindfulness trainer zal een presentatie houden over de methode ‘Big Mind – Big Heart process’. Deze methode is gebaseerd op Voice Dialogue, een therapeutische methode uit Jungiaanse psychologie.

Wil je meer weten en of inschrijven? Kijk op de website:   Voel je vrij om contact op te nemen met voor meer informatie.

Ps: Dit congres heeft geen winstoogmerk. We hopen kosten dekkend te zijn. Missie van de conferentie is kennis delen, inspireren en verbinden.

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