Finding Balance in a Technological Age: Personal Success and Spiritual Growth

When:
May 6, 2017 @ 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
2017-05-06T10:30:00-05:00
2017-05-06T12:30:00-05:00
Where:
Ananda Dallas Meditation Center
4901 Keller Springs Rd #103
Addison, TX 75001
USA
Cost:
$35 preregistered / $45 at the door
Contact:
Supriya Chadwick
972-248-9126
Finding Balance in a Technological Age: Personal Success and Spiritual Growth @ Ananda Dallas Meditation Center | Addison | Texas | United States

Does your phone help your spiritual life, or detract from it? How about your computer?

These tools of the new age can help us grow. But if we don’t spend time now and then learning how to manage them (and our use of them) they can too easily become distractions.

This is an exploratory workshop on how to create more balance in your life. Learn:

– What recent research says about affects on your health — and learn about settings and apps that can help
– How to use technology without letting it use you
– How to create an environment and “technology diet” that helps your spiritual life

The new devices are, for most of us, here to stay. Let’s learn how to live with them and thrive.

Nabha and Radhika Cosley

About Nabha and Radhika Cosley

Nabha and Radhika live at Ananda Village, where they run Ananda.org, answer spiritual questions of people who write to Ananda for support, and serve on Ananda’s Communications Team. Nabha moved to Ananda Village in 2004 from Seattle, where he was living at an Ananda community there. Radhika first came to Ananda in 2010, moving there soon after from Encinitas, where she was studying psychology. Nabha and Radhika love helping others to find balanced relationships with technology, which is a crucial part of their service to Ananda. They see how essential it is to sharing ideas with a large audience, and yet have learned from experience the need for creating strong, healthy boundaries with their devices. They have offered classes on spirituality and technology as far away as New Zealand.
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