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meditation for peacemakers 


a special one-day workshop  


Dates: March 17, 2012   
 Petaluma, California 
Conducted by: 
Metta Center for Noviolence

Instructors: Michael Nagler and Stephanie Van Hook
NPA Certificate Points:  1 certificate point /.7 CEUs

Course fee: $125  

(*Some scholarships are available as we do not want to turn anyone away for lack of funds.  We invite those who can do so to offer more than the suggested fee so that others can attend for less.)

This special, 1-day workshop will provide an in-depth introduction to passage meditation and its applications to nonviolence and peacemaking. Participants will learn how to meditate along these lines (if they do not have another practice already), experience group practice, and explore the relationship between inner and outer peace. Participants will also be encouraged to discover their particular gifts as makers of peace, and create a strategy for expressing those gifts, as well as learning practical strategies for maintaining their enthusiasm in the face of stress and resistance.

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The Metta Center offers inspiration, instruction, and support for activists, educators, and the media or anyone interested in carrying out her or his own 'experiments with truth.'  We consult with individuals and educational institutions, maintain a lively, information-packed website, and do a great deal of speaking and writing.  

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npa LOGO This course is part of the National Peace Academy's National Peacebuilding Peacelearning Certificate Program, a program designed to make learning for peace accessible, available and affordable for all. The program allows participants to pursue an individualized course of study that will help them achieve depth in knowledge and skills they need to achieve their personal and professional goals and interests in peacebuilding and peace education.