Cultivating Emotional Balance Teacher Training Application Information
The fifth Cultivating Emotional Balance Teacher Training (CEBTT) will take place this summer from July 6th - August 8th, 2014. It will be led by Dr. Alan Wallace and Eve Ekman MSW, at Holy Isle in Scotland.
During the first three weeks, Dr. Alan Wallace will teach the relevant theories and practices of Buddhism, particularly focusing on the cultivation of attention, insight through the practice of mindfulness, and the qualities of loving-kindness, compassion, empathetic joy, and equanimity (the Four Immeasurables). In the last two weeks, Eve Ekman will teach the theories and practices of psychology regarding emotional balance. The format will consist of a combination of lectures, meditation, and discussion.
CEBTT Applications: To apply for the 5 week CEB Teacher Training, please request a detailed application by emailing email@example.com and mention CEBTT 2014 in the subject of the email. For more information please click here.
If you wish to be considered for priority placement, please complete the online application by December 15th, 2013. After the applications have been received, they will go through a vetting process, and the applicants who qualify for Priority Placement will be notified in the second week of January if they are accepted to the program, put on the waiting list, or are not eligible to attend this particular retreat. Since there is very limited space, we regret that we will not be able to accept as many people as we would like.
The cost will be $4370 for single room, $3360 for double room and $2395 for dorm rooms. This price includes teachings, food, and lodging for 5 weeks, but not travel expenses.
Participants will be asked to make an initial non-refundable deposit of $900 upon selection and the final payment of $3470 for single room, $2460 for double room and $1495 for dorm rooms, four months prior to its start.
For photographs of Holy Isle : http://www.holyisland.org/index/the-centre
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