Apr
18
Wed
The Learning Center at Red Willow. A center for resilience! @ Missoula, MT
Apr 18 all-day
Apr
27
Fri
Gallatin College Faculty Resilience Training
Apr 27 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Apr
28
Sat
TEDxBozeman Speaker @ The Commons
Apr 28 all-day

TEDxBozeman brings new perspectives, fresh concepts, engaging stories, and world-changing ideas from Montana to the world.

 

May
17
Thu
MSU Faculty Resilience Training
May 17 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Jun
27
Wed
PUBLIC: Radical Compassion — Clearing Anxiety @ Highgate Senior Living
Jun 27 @ 5:30 am – 6:30 am
Feb
8
Fri
Friday Night Free Talk: Radical Compassion & Social Courage @ Bozeman Dharma Center
Feb 8 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Friday Night Free Talk: Radical Compassion & Social Courage @ Bozeman Dharma Center

Social courage does not need to drain us or be forced. Owning our resilience has the effect of feeding us all the way from a still center to a deepening belonging in community. As we prime these wells we experience new confidence and transform how we experience grief, how we rebuild trust, and how we stand forth in social courage. By re-defining ourselves as the environments in which each other lives, we naturally step into greater roles of action, social justice and creating peace.

“Every time we gather becomes a model of the future we want to create.” — Peter Block

What to bring:
–Notebook, pen
–Water bottle
–Dress comfortably, in layers.

Meditation cushions, chairs, backjacks for comfy floor seating and wool blankets are provided.
Ample parking available.

Join us too for the Saturday Morning Workshop: Building Togetherness into Rapid Growth — The Toolbox

Feb
9
Sat
Saturday Morning Workshop: Building Togetherness in Rapid Growth — The Toolbox @ Bozeman Dharma Center
Feb 9 @ 9:00 am – 1:00 pm
Saturday Morning Workshop: Building Togetherness in Rapid Growth -- The Toolbox @ Bozeman Dharma Center
Saturday Morning Workshop: Building Togetherness in Rapid Growth — The Toolbox
 
“I’m not building my feeling of community fast enough to keep pace with all the new here.”
 
Building our own resilience feeds us all the way from a still center to deepening our feeling of belonging in community. As we prime these wells we get to feel new confidence and alter how we experience grief, how we rebuild trust, and how we stand in courage for others. How we can say what is true in a way that feels good and is heard. Resilient leadership is who we are here to be, and it feels like joy. In this workshop we will use powerful and intuitive mapping skills to move into peacefully into greater strength.
 
$50 | Student/Supportive $25 | Benefactor $75
Register at 406.581.1522 or at the door
 
“Every time we gather becomes a model of the future we want to create.” — Peter Block

What to bring: 
–A journal or other paper for written exercises.
–Water bottle
–Dress comfortably, in layers.


Meditation cushions, chairs, backjacks for comfy floor seating and wool blankets are provided.
Healthy gluten free snacks are provided during the class break.    Ample parking available.

Join us too for the free Friday Night Talk (Free): Radical Compassion & Social Courage

Feb
14
Thu
Resilient Relationships: On Respect, Resentment and Sex on Skis @ Montana State University SUB 233
Feb 14 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Resilient Relationships:  On Respect, Resentment and Sex on Skis @ Montana State University SUB 233

Resilient Relationships: On Respect, Resentment and Sex on Skis

This week I am a speaker for the Montana State University Resilience & Contemplative Practices Club (open to all!), and this Valentine’s Day we are diving into resilient relationships.  What does one look and taste and feel like?   We’ll look at the tools these humans pull out of their pockets to

  • clear out the resentment pond
  • lose the addiction to drama
  • regularly have hard conversations and make difficult decisions
  • quit blaming and complaining
  • have a much better time with each other

You could make a reservation out for another fancy meal tonight or… you can come join us, have a party-in-your-mouth picnic from a high vantage point and then head for the hot springs.

Just sayin’.

The path to a different way in relationship starts with one step apart from your old way.