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Take your Side

By Frank Simons

Diane Hamilton

The Meditation Center presents the Tricycle video retreat series A Zen Approach to Conflict, part 2, Take Your Own Side. How do you deal with the inevitable conflicts in your life? In this retreat, Diane Musho Hamiltion, Zen teacher and professional mediator, will guide you through getting past the traditional fight-or-flight response and show you how to approach navigating conflict fearlessly. You’ll be introduced to four basic steps to help you move creatively through disputes and discord, and you’ll take away a set of practices that will help deepen and hone your conflict resolution skills.

A Zen Approach to Conflict
Part 2, Take Your Own Side
Thu, Dec 18, 5:30pm
The Meditation Center
Callejón Blanco 4
Donations accepted

Diane Musho Hamilton began her study of Buddhism at Naropa University and a decade later became a Zen student of Genpo Roshi, who gave her dharma transmission in 2006. Alongside her practice of Buddhism, Hamilton acted as the first director of the Office of Alternative Dispute Resolution for the Utah judiciary. She recently wrote Everything is Workable: A Zen Approach to Conflict Resolution. Don’t miss it, this Thursday, December 18 at 5:30pm, at the Center, Callejón Blanco 4. Presentations of the Center are offered without charge. Donations are gratefully accepted.


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