M. Editor | July 24, 2010
The Institute of Buddhist Studies is hosting some exciting events in the field of Buddhism and psychology.
Red Book Dialogues
In the fall of 2010, along with the C.G. Jung Institute of San Francisco, we will be co-sponsoring two dialogues between Buddhism and The Red Book by C.G. Jung. These conversations, held in October and November will feature conversations with Zoketsu Norman Fischer of the San Francisco Zen Center and Jack Kornfield of Spirit Rock Meditation Center.
Click here for more information on these events.
International Conference on Other-Centered Approaches
In February 2011, along with the Center for Buddhist Education and the Amida Trust, we will be co-hosting a conference on other-centered approaches to Western psychology and Buddhism.
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Both of these events are open to the public. More details are forthcoming, so please mark your calendars and check back here for more information on registration and schedules.
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