Mount Sequoyah | Mindfulness for Mental Health: Overcoming Distorted Thoughts
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Mindfulness for Mental Health: Overcoming Distorted Thoughts

Mindfulness Event

10 Jan Mindfulness for Mental Health: Overcoming Distorted Thoughts

Fifth Annual Event
Geshe Thupten Dorjee’s Mirror Program for Heath and Happiness

Mindfulness for Mental Health: Overcoming Distorted Thoughts

Saturday, February 10, 2018
Mount Sequoyah Retreat Center
150 N Skyline Drive, Fayetteville, AR

9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Includes lunch with vegetarian options

Presenters Include:
Geshe Thupten Dorjee, Professor – University of Arkansas
Dr. Sidney Burris, Professor – University of Arkansas
Geshe Dakpa Topgyal, Resident Teacher – Charleston SC Tibetan Society
Dr. Dent Gitchel – Associate Professor – University of Arkansas, Little Rock

We are all seeking happiness.
In this universal quest, the insight of the Tibetan culture found that happiness is not dependent on one’s past or present external conditions. Happiness is a state of mind that everyone can cultivate. Tibetans have developed a series of very effective techniques that can assist one in overcoming stress, leading a more balanced and wholesome life and finding happiness in whatever lies in one’s path. Meditation and Mindfulness are two key components of this mental training. Meditation is a process of familiarizing ourselves with a clear and accurate way of seeing, while mindfulness trains us in maintaining clarity. This seminar will introduce steps to develop a practice oriented around these principles.

For more information call/text (479)595-2638 or email

Register online at or with this paper form: Mindfulness Event

MUST REGISTER BY February 2, 2018
Cost: $60 (Includes Lunch)
UofA/High School Student: $30 (Includes Lunch)