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Nekkhama – Renunciation
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Khanta – Patience
Workshop 03/08
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March

KHANTA – PATIENCE
Workshop date: 03/10/2023

“Patience is an ocean on account of its depth;
a shore on account of bounding the great ocean of hatred.”

CLASS RECORDINGS

TO DO BEFORE APRIL CLASS:
– Practice regularly with paramita of the month: Khanta / Patience
– Continue with service work
– Meet with your buddy
– Meet with your small group
– Have a Mentor Interview if you are scheduled here
– Writing assignments for this month are:
1)Dharma Story Reflection: The Woman in Samadhi
– Read the March workshop follow-up articles posted below
– Read at least 100 pages from the Book of the Month. See reading schedule here. NB: This month’s book is The Wounded Healer by Henri J. M. Nouwen, which should have been last month’s book, but I (Vanessa) screwed up.

READ

KHANTA/PATIENCE
The Perfection of Patience

SELF-COMPASSION
The Science of Self-Compassion
Why Self-Compassion Trumps Self-Esteem
Self-Compassion Phrases

SELF-CARE & BUILDING RESILIENCE
Caregivers’ Bill of Rights
Caregivers’ Self-Care Manifesto
Resilience and Professional Chaplaincy
Getting Real About Exhaustion
Self-Care for the Hospice Professional
Compassion Fatigue
Caring for Others Without Forgetting Self
Metta for Caregivers
A Case for Peer Consultation Groups

WORKSHEETS
The Seven R’s Self-Care Worksheet

DHARMA STORY
The Woman in Samadhi

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