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The Art of Conflict

Talk Description At its surface, the martial arts are practices to resolve conflict between two people. However, as one practices further, it is a form of training one can use to resolve one’s own inner conflict. In this exclusive C.A.F.E. 229 conversation, Chan Master Žarko Andričević walks us through the pearls of wisdom that may be found through martial arts training – including how compassion may result when one has

The Art of Conflict

The martial arts have widely originated as a form of mindfulness training across Asia. For example, the well-known Shaolin Temple in China is a teaching ground for Chinese Zen meditation and Kung Fu. At its surface, martial art is a practice to resolve conflict between two people. However, as one practices further, it is a form of training one can use to resolve one’s own inner conflict. True compassion can

Programs

Happening now The Tzu Chi Center for Compassionate Relief presents a diversity of virtual programs that aim to deepen our wisdom, better our self-understanding, and advance dialogue on real-world problems and actionable solutions. Our programs include talks on spirituality and mindfulness to film screenings.  C.A.F.E. 229 – Web Series On the third Friday of every month, join us for engaging talks with special guests on themes inherent in the C.A.F.E.

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C.A.F.E.229 Webinar SeriesThe C.A.F.E.229 webinar series casts a light on different aspects of contemplative living, and their benefits for self and others. About Our SpeakersSit Down with Dr. Deborah MiddletonJoin us for her presentation, “Awake in the World – Contemplative Arts as Mindfulness in Action,” on Sept 18th at 4 PM PST | 6 PM CST | 7 PM EST RSVP NOWWatch the second C.A.F.E.229 WebinarWatch the “Meditation Makes A

Zen Mind, Therapist Mind: Integration of Zen and Psychotherapy

Talk Description In the past several decades, mindfulness training has been increasingly integrated into Western psychotherapy practice. The number of articles published on mindfulness-based intervention has increased enormously in recent years. In general, the mindfulness literature has been written by Western practitioners who have had training in various traditions of Buddhist meditation. The perspective of Asian practitioners, who have training in Western psychotherapy and Eastern Buddhism, continues to be rare.

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