Intro to Harmonization: A New Ecology of Practices

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Explore an ecology of practices that generate a profound experience of individual and collective harmony

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The Monastic Academy is running an experiment at its Canadian branch, Willow. For three months, eight residents are exploring an ecology of practices that generate a profound experience of individual and collective harmony, bringing together a decade of learnings from the Monastic Academy and other sources.

Join Ryu (Daniel Thorson), Seishin (Jasna Todorovic) and the intensive residents for a four-week online introduction to the "harmonization" method. The curriculum features training in meditation, relational practice, emotional healing, ethics, and emptiness.

To learn more about the intensive, you can watch the online conversation [October 8, 2021] between John Vervaeke, Daniel Thorson, and Seishin Todorović on the Stoa.

Participation: "Intro to Harmonization" is an intermediate-level course, designed for folks with a basic proficiency in meditation, emotional healing, and relational practice.

Schedule: The four-week workshop schedule will take place on Tuesdays [October 19, 26 and November 2 and 9] from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. ET.

Cost: Willow Monastic Academy operates based on the gift economy and the Buddhist spirit of dana. We aim to reduce financial barriers and make our teachings accessible to everyone. For this four-week offering, we recommend a gift range between $100-$200, and encourage you to give based on your financial situation and your values.

We commit to offering the same experience whether you give above or below the gift range. If you can afford to gift more, your donation will support those with less resources.

Choose wisely, and give freely.

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