About the Course
The Key to Compassion and Understanding
Learn how to lead a more compassionate life the Heart Centered Living way
While many of us can understand each other when we put our minds to it, what would it be like to have that be the spontaneous way of living? We often tie ourselves in knots and react in ways that we wish we wouldn’t. Compassion can be challenging when we are faced by those who are dehumanizing or are trying to maintain it in the setting of a busy work environment. If you are challenged by maintaining your compassion or if you would like to be living a more compassionate life, then this course is for you. It is based on a new approach and a new way of developing compassion. It works well with other compassionate practices, such as Nonviolent Communication as taught by Marshall Rosenberg.
Each day for the two weeks you will presented with a video or a text summary of that day’s teaching for you to review. You will have questions to contemplate to further understand and integrate the topic. For that we recommend you keep a journal. Some of the guided contemplations will be in audio form. These are often repeated over several days in order for you to fully integrate the insights you are having.
The course tuition gives you access to the course for a year so that you can repeat the course if you want several times.
Facets of the Heart Forum
We encourage you to post your insights in the Facets of the Heart Group Forum.
Paul Dugliss, M.D. teaches Ayurvedic Medicine, Consciousness Mentoring and Consciousness-based Health Coaching. He is currently the Academic Dean and Director of New World Ayurveda School (www.newworldayurveda.com), leading the movement to create a healthier world by making online Ayurvedic studies accessible to all. He is the author of several books including Ayurveda – The Power to Heal, Enlightened Nutrition, Capturing the Bliss: Ayurveda and the Yoga of Emotions, Yoga & Ayurveda and Think with the Heart / Love with the Mind. He has a master’s degree in Clinical and Counseling Psychology and is currently focusing his practice on developing consciousness through Heart-based Meditation and Heart Centered Living.