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Zen talk and trauma.
Does it help?

Airing Saturday, January 19, at 11 AM Pacific Time,

Available after through the archive at www.blogtalkradio.com/3women3ways.

 

 

Is Buddhism a philosophy? A religion? A way of life? Well, yes and no. But the bigger question is, does it have anything to offer victims of traumatic life events? And if it’s supposed to be so peaceful and Zen, why is it called the Warrior’s Path?

Guest Mark Winwood is a Buddhist teacher, student and practitioner in rural Washington State who has traveled the world pursuing his peace and knowledge. For 15 years he has worked to perfect his understanding and his instruction as everything from college professor to grief counsellor. He helps explain what the tenets mean, who they may benefit, and how we can find out.

Join us as we explore how we can react to life’s events and scars, and whether beliefs and practices.

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