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Neuroscience and Dharma: Lojong to Train the Habitual Reptile Mindwith Amy Barto


Neuroscience and Dharma: Lojong to Train the Habitual Reptile Mindwith Amy Barton-Cayton

Thursday, May 8

7:00pm – 8:30pm

All recent science about the brain confirms the ancient wisdom of Buddhism’s knowing about the mind.  Even when we know better, our habitual thoughts trap us in a cycle of thinking that is harmful to ourselves and others.  This class focuses on a dharma inspired tool for changing your brain to support what your mind already knows through practice about shifting unhelpful mental states and destructive emotions. 



Everyone is welcome.


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Amy Barton-Cayton

Amy Barton-CaytonAmy Cayton, Mental Health Professional and Educator


Amy has been serving FPMT as a consultant since 1998 and has been integral to the development and facilitation of service trainings for the organization. She has a PhD in Sociology, a Masters degree in Counseling Psychology, and over twenty years of counseling experience. Amy has been a serious Dharma student since 1997 and has attended a number of long retreats with Lama Zopa Rinpoche.



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  • PS

    interested in attending,
    just bought lojong book

    April 27, 2014

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