Dharma-Centered Living 101: A Series of Workshops (session 1, Kona and at selected sites)

Event details

  • June 1, 2024
  • 9:30 am - 12:00 pm
  • Kona Hongwanji, 81-6630 Mamalahoa Hwy, Kealakekua, HI 96750 and via Zoom at satellite locations

Dharma-Centered Living 101:
A Series of Workshops

1st Session on June 1, 2024
registration details below

In person at Kona Hongwanji and online via Zoom at host sites in each Hongwanji district

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Would you like to be empowered to:

  • Nurture Shin Buddhist values in your children, grandchildren or students?
  • Use tools and strategies to share life lessons and skills which cultivate compassionate and resilient human beings?
  • Encourage spiritual development through character building?
  • Communicate your values through the mindful use of technology?

DON’T MISS OUT!

Please join us for a series of engaging and hands-on workshops presented by D. Trinidad Hunt, international trainer, author, public speaker & contributor to 3 “Chicken Soup for the Soul” books, granddaughter of Rev. Dorothy Hunt, author of “The Golden Chain of Love.

Trinidad lives in Kona and will be presenting Session 1 on Saturday, June 1 in-person at Kona Hongwanji (81-6630 Mamalahoa Hwy) from 9:30 am – 12 noon and online via Zoom at specific sites in each district. There will be small group activities as everyone learns by doing. For future workshops, Trinidad will travel to each district to hold an in-person workshop, so she will have an opportunity to interact with everyone in-person and share her valuable lessons.

Each session will feature a different set of values and character-building activities. Session 1 will include Comfort Zone, Listening and Self-Awareness.

Handouts and resource materials will be available to all attendees.

Registration

Please register by May 11. Visit the registration form at
https://forms.gle/ggxMWQXWcKdj3zHE8
or using the QR code:
Dharma-Centered Living 101 QR code

Please contact Debbie Kubota, Chair, Commission on Buddhist Education if any questions arise (dekub88@gmail.com)