Are We Using Our Digital Devices or Are They Using Us?
How often do you intend to take a break from your device, and then find yourself picking it up again? How can we take charge with mindfulness and a sense of balance? In this program, four authors and experts – Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche, Dr. David Levy, Julie Jacobs RPT, and Dr. Hilarie Cash – will share practical exercises and answer your questions. The Friday night program is free and open to the public.
Friday, May 19
6:00 pm | Doors open
7:00 pm | Program & reception
Panel discussion with Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche, Dr. David Levy, Julie Jacobs, RPT, Dr. Hilarie Cash, including Q & A and reception following.
Saturday, May 20
8:30 am | Doors open
9:00 am – 5:30 pm | Program with lunch and tea breaks
Julie Jacobs RPT | Body Sense
How to inhabit our bodies and ‘come to our senses’ in a digital world.
Dr. David Levy | Mindful Tech: How to Bring Balance to Our Digital Lives
We will explore how becoming mindful of our mind and body while we’re online can help us to use our digital devices and apps more healthfully and effectively.
Dr. Hilarie Cash | The antidote to tech addiction is balance and connection
Explore the signs and symptoms of tech addiction; what is going on biologically to create this addiction and what can we do to free ourselves and return to balance and connection.
Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche | WHO’S USING WHO?
Do we use our technology wisely, or is it using us? How can we relate to our digital devices with a greater sense of choice, and less emotional reactivity? Is it possible to use technology in a way that sparks more kindness and compassion?
Closing remarks from all teachers together
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