FOR MEN – A Humanistic Buddhism Approach
Saturday August 16 9.30 am – 3.30 pm
Upper Hunter Room 1, Travelodge King Street Newcastle
Is it the time to find more meaning in your life? Perhaps you’ve been time poor and now you have plenty of time and wonder what to do with it? What is actually important to you? What do you need to do? Do you know what your life purposes are? Are you longing to free yourself from self-doubt and negative self-belief? Do you want to feel more passionate about life and more powerful in your approach to life? Do you want to learn more about compassion, mindfulness and meditation. This new one day program provides a safe space to spend some time with like minded men defining what it means to be a man today and learning some new skills to help us to plan for a more meaningful, happy and contented life.
The program will cover: – Overview of humanistic Buddhism – Finding our sense of purpose and the role of compassion – An introduction to meditation and mindfullness – Better ways of living and coping with difficulties and illness should they arise –How we can find tune our goals and find more support for any changes we make
MEANING FOR MEN is facilitated by men’s health consultant Greg Millan a social work trained health educator, group worker and trainer with over 26 years experience in the men’s health promotion area conducting many programs for men in the community. He is the President of the Men’s Health Forum NSW Inc. and an Board Member of the Australian Men’s Health Forum Inc., Australia’s peak body implementing a social approach to male health and is the author of “Men’s health & wellbeing: an a–z guide”. He uses a strengths based approach and employs principles of humanistic Buddhism in his work with others. Pay by donation on the day. You receive resources, all refreshments and a light lunch. You must register for catering purposes. Email email@example.com or ring 0417 772 390 to register or for more information.
Greg Millan, Men’s Health Consultant