OCC's Dean of Consumer and Health Sciences Division Jane McLaughlin will be teaching Tibetan Buddhist meditation practice on Tuesday nights this fall through OCC's community education program.
The class will introduce students to the basic principles of Tibetan Buddhist meditation, including learning how to control and still the mind to develop inner peace. Each class is 60 minutes long and broken down into several sections such as guided breathing meditation followed by commentary, discussion, and question and answer sections.
The first class — titled "Basics of Meditation Practice, Nature of Problems and Suffering" — began Sept. 19 and will run until Oct. 10 on Tuesdays from 7–8 p.m. in Allied Health 105. The cost is $60.
Additional classes are:
"Introduction to Mental Delusions, Concept of Patient Acceptance" — Oct. 17–Nov. 14, 7–8 p.m. Allied Health 105, $75
"Application of Patient Acceptance, Dangers of Ange and Self Cherishing" — Nov. 21–Dec. 12, 7–8 p.m. Allied Health 105, $60
For more information visit OCC's community education website at www.orangecoastcollege.edu/commed