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Eva Wong or just one. Scroll down to see Strategies for Creating a Harmonious Home & Life Strategies for Creating a Harmonious Home with Eva Wong and Will Ryken Saturday, December 1st, 9:00am-6:00pm Atlanta Shambhala Center ScheduleMorning session: 9am to noonNoon to 1:30pm lunch breakAmulets and Talismans available for sale (1:30 - 2pm)Afternoon session: 2pm to 6pmSnacks and social time (4:30pm to 5pm)Program ends at 6pm Program DescriptionHome is where we live.
Harmony within a home is the key to living a healthy, contented, and joyful life. How do we create harmony and avoid confusion and conflict within our home? While we all have different ideas of what â€œhomeâ€ means for us, the home is first and foremost an environment.
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Some environments can create chaos, confusion, aggression, fear, distrust, and discomfort. Others can enhance cooperation, understanding, tolerance, and respect. Interestingly, the most useful tool in understanding the effect of environments on attitude and feelings is found in Sunziâ€™s Art of War.
This program offers an insight into how we can use the knowledge of environment and the power of strategy to create peace and harmony a place we call â€œHomeâ€. No requirements - open to all Dr. Eva Wong is a 19th generation lineage carrier of the Primordial Limitless Gate School of Daoism.
The student of Sun Di, she is also a 3rd generation lineage descendant in Wang Xiangzhaiâ€™s Yiquan school of martial arts and Zhangzhuanâ€“standing qigong. She is an independent scholar who has written and translated 16 books on Daoism and related topics, including Nourishing The Essence of Life: The Outer, Inner, and Secret Teachings of Taoism, A Master Course in Feng Shui, and The Tao of Health, Longevity, and Immortality. Will Ryken from the St.
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Petersburg, Florida, Shambhala Center.Â Mr. Ryken is a senior member of the Dorje Kasung and has been a member of the Shambhala community since the 1970s. Strategies for Creating a Healthy Work Place Sunday, Decamber 2nd, 9:00am-6:00pm with Eva Wong & Will Ryken Atlanta Shambhala Center ScheduleMorning session: 9am to noonLunch break: noon - 1:30pmAmulets and talismans available for sale 1:30 - 2pmAfternoon session: 2 - 6pmTea break and snacks 4 - 4:30pm Program DescriptionWhy are some work places harmonious, peaceful, and respectful, while others are full of conflict, confusion, and aggression? According to Sunzi the master strategist, space created by environments can affect thoughts, feelings, and actions.
In his classic The Art of War, Sunzi described environments that can make people feel threatened, intimidated, suspicious, fearful, and aggressive. He also described environments that can help people become more open, friendly, accommodating, and respectful.
In this program, we will look at the design of work places in the light of Sunziâ€™s environments and how they might affect the mental and emotional well-being of those who work there. If we learn how to create environments that foster care, respect, cooperation, and kindness, and avoid or change those that can create fear, distrust, and confusion, our work places will be more harmonious, less abusive, and even more productive. Questions? Contact Dan Phillips firstname.lastname@example.org Please Note:This program is offered in conjunction with Strategies for Creating a Healthy Home, and participants registering for both are eligible for a reduced price of $170 for the combined workshops.
If you would like help people who cannot afford the program to attend, please contribute to the scholarship fund for this program here. Please include "Eva's visit scholarship" in the notes when you make the donation..