June 19th, 2019: Karen Brown

June 19th, 2019: Karen Brown

Discovering and Respecting Boundaries and Limits in Spiritual Practice

Boundaries and limits are inherent capacities in living beings. The ability to signal “Yes” or “No” to the world around us is a skill that is central to our physical and psychological safety. The capacity to hold our boundaries and limits requires that we can sense them from the inside. The realm of spiritual practice may challenge our boundary skills due to the power imbalance between teacher and student. This dharma program will include both a short talk on boundaries and an experiential activity that may help you get in contact with your inner potential to hold your boundary and make choices from your own internal authority.

Karen R. Brown, LMHC, is a somatically oriented psychotherapist who specializes in working with traumatic stress through body-oriented and resource building pathways. Her subspecialty is training caregivers and first responders in self-care skills and the amelioration of secondary traumatic stress. Karen is a long time student of the dharma and maintains a private practice in New York City.

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June 19th, 2019: Karen Brown

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  • June 19th, 2019: Karen Brown

    Discovering and Respecting Boundaries and Limits in Spiritual Practice

    Boundaries and limits are inherent capacities in living beings. The ability to signal “Yes” or “No” to the world around us is a skill that is central to our physical and psychological safety. The capacity to hold our boun...