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Compassionate Integrity Training

“Concern for Others Leads to Greater
Individual and Collective Flourishing”

“I truly loved recognizing the subtle and deeper levels of ways that are important and necessary to change my behavior regarding compassionate thinking and action in my life – A peeling of the onion for deeper personal learning took place for me. What a lovely gift for me and all humanity.” -online student

Facilitated by Marilyn Turkovich, Executive Director of the Charter For Compassion and members of Life University’s Center for Compassion, Integrity, and Secular Ethics, Compassionate Integrity Training is a resiliency-informed ten week intensive course that cultivates human values as skills, so we can thrive as individuals, and a society, within a healthy environment.

By learning skills to calm our bodies and mind, becoming more emotionally aware, learning to practice compassion for ourselves and others, as well as engaging with compassion in complex systems, we can build towards compassionate integrity: the ability to live one’s life in accordance with one’s values with a recognition of common humanity, our basic orientation to kindness and reciprocity.

This online course will include large and small group discussions, experiential learning activities, reflective writing activities, mindful dialogues, and contemplative practices.  This is an opportunity to be part of a global community of like-minded individuals who want to learn more about self-cultivation, relating to others, and engaging in systems. To read more about the course and to register please click here.

Duration: 10 weeks with LIVE two hour zoom calls on Mondays from 6pm-8pm EST, beginning Monday, May 20th.

Visit The Charter for Compassion Education Institute website here.

May 20, 2019
July 22, 2019
Charter for Compassion