East-West Psychology: Cultivating Constructive thought/emotion

Fall 2017 quarter

Taught by

Indo-Tibetan Buddhist studies, East-West psychology, philosophy of consciousness
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In what ways do our constructive emotions/perceptions enhance our ability to see reality? Are there effective methods for training the mind to cultivate positive thought/emotions? Students will analyze the nature of constructive emotion/thoughts, their influence on our mental stability and brain physiology, and methodologies for influencing and improving mental development and function. Students will explore the correlation between mental training of the mind and physiological changes in the brain. We will also examine the nature of the genuine happiness from Eastern and Western psychological models of mind/emotion as well as from a traditional epistemological model of cognition based on Indo-Tibetan studies.

Program Details

Quarters

Fall Open

Location and Schedule

Final Schedule and Room Assignment

Campus Location

Olympia

Time Offered

Weekend

Advertised Schedule

9am to 4:30pm, alternate Saturdays: Sept 30, Oct 14, 28, Nov 11, Dec 2

Online Learning

No Required Online Learning