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Upcoming Seminars at Portland Community College!

 

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Mindfulness, Pain Relief and Spirituality

 

Chronic pain, “foggy” mental functioning, grief, loss, fear, anxiety, and hopelessness can diminish our life force.

 

Mindfulness contemplation, breathing, and energizing parts of our body have shown to be scientifically effective in reducing physical pain and emotional suffering.

 

Our counseling sessions include:

Guided imagery, increasing clarity and concentration, energizing the body, and mindfulness movement for freedom and greater energy sensitivity – can be done seated or walking

 

Transform your pain and live a renewed and brighter life!

 

For further information, call 503-449-8887 or send a message to brittonyes@hotmail.com

 

Counseling and training:

    By phone or

    In person – agreed upon counseling site

 Fee: $95/hour, $150/two hours

 



Ongoing Trainings

MINDFULNESS and a compelling Personal Presentation

 

When you walk into a room, or speak before a group, how does your presence and manner of speaking effect your likability, trust and relationships?  Let's practice how to give a focused, clear and compelling professional presentation.

 

 

"KaiZen"  (Sublime Encounter with life)

 

 

 the ART of SPEAKING

Attractive words, voice and manner of speech- 話術 (Wajutsu )

 

BODY MOVEMENT

A spiritual experience, strong, confident and energized- 所作 (Shosa )

 

MINDFULNESS

Fully present, aware, touching life deeply each moment -  (Kokoro )

 

Instructor: Joseph Britton

Click here for Joseph's profile!

 

Personal Trainings and workshops are offered.

The workshop venues are in Portland.

Please choose one of the following and reserve your spot!



July 12, 2019 (finished)

New Renaissance Bookshop

   with IANDS-PDX (International Assoc for Near Death Studies)

Topic: Transcendence

 

Date: July 12, 2019

Time: 6:30-8:30 p.m.

Fee: $25

Place: New Renaissance Bookshop

503-224-4929

Address: 1338 NW 23rd Ave PORTLAND, OR

                Topics

A talk and sharing of Out of Body and Near Death Experiences, Bio-fields, and subtle, clear sensory awareness

July 13, 2019 (finished)

New Renaissance Bookshop

   with IANDS-PDX (International Assoc for Near Death Studies)

Topic: The Way of Dying

 

Date: July 13, 2019

Time: 3:00 - 5:00  p.m.

Fee: $25

Place:New Renaissance Bookshop

503-224-4929

Address: 1338 NW 23rd Ave PORTLAND, OR

                     Topics

Where is our mind and emotions in our final earthly days? What is our state of awareness, when we are declared “clinically dead?” What happens to our body and spirit after we die? Can we say we will not die tomorrow?  Creating a lightness of being, bio-energy fields, expansive meditations, self-exploration and feeling free!

Jan 15, 22, 29, Feb 5, 2020

Note: These three PCC courses can be taken separately; or as a series at a discount:

Course discount ID: 9PDV 610Z

Topic: Real Talk about Living and Dying

 

Dates: Jan 15, 22, 29 Feb 5, 2020

Time: 6:30 - 8:20pm

Place: Community Education - Cascade Campus-NE Portland

Information: 971-722-6266   https://www.pcc.edu/enroll/registration/non-credit-registration.html

Course ID: 9PDV 610U

Open to the public, non-credit

Fee: $55.

Class Topics:                          

An enlightening exploration into dying, death, grief, religious views of the afterlife, near-death experiences, death-bed visions, and stories of transformation; all encounters that nurture and fulfill our present life. Includes mindfulness

Jan 25, Feb 1, 2020

                                                              Topic: Enjoy Giving Speeches & Mindfulness

 

Dates: Jan 25, Feb 1, 2020

Time: 9:30 am - 12:20pm

Place: Community Education - Cascade Campus-NE Portland

Information: 971-722-6266   https://www.pcc.edu/enroll/registration/non-credit-registration.html

Course ID: 9PDV 610V

Open to the public, non-credit

Fee: $45.

Class Topics:

Feel the thrill of speaking to an audience! Be fearless! Be inspired! Be confident! Energize yourself, your speech, and others. With mindfulness, give a compelling performance! If you want to succeed, you must intrigue!

  



Feb 2, 12, 26, 2020

Topic: Disruptors and Mindfulness

 

Dates: Feb 2, 12, 26, 2020

Time: 6:30 - 8:20pm

 

Place: Community Education - Cascade Campus - NE Portland

Information: 971-722-6266   https://www.pcc.edu/enroll/registration/non-credit-registration.html

Course ID: 9PDV 620O

Open to the public, non-credit

Fee: $45.

Class Topics:

We`ll dive into the disruptive changes in Science, Politics, Climate, Self-Identity, and Religion; their dramatic effect on society and who we are becoming as `human beings;` and how to consciously navigate these transformations. We`ll explore the making of Homo Deus - the human god.

Sept 22, 2019 (finished)

Institute of Noetic Sciences - Community Group of Portland

Topic: Life, Death and Transcendence - Extraordinary States of Consciousness

 

Date: Sept 22, 2019                     Time: 4:00 - 6:00  PM                     Place: Tabor Space, 5441 SE  Belmont St, Portland, OR

Fee: $5 donation

Info: brittonyes@hotmail.com

 

                Topics

At the age of 29, while on a spiritual journey in the Himalayan Mountains, Joseph was declared clinically dead. Combined with having had several near-death experiences since the age of four, along with his several decades of research on energy fields and meditation, Joseph brings unique perspectives on the mysterious topics of "reality and truth." Join us for an enlightening exploration into dying, death, religious views of the afterlife, near-death experiences, death-bed visions and stories of transformation; all encounters that nurture and fulfill our present life.

March 16, 23, & 30, 2019

April 7, 2019 (finished)

Topic: Real Talk about Suffering, Death & Dying

 

Date: Apr 16, 23, 30 May 7  2019

Time: 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Place: Mt Hood Community College, Community Education Maywood Park Center, 10100 NE Prescott St,
Portland, OR   

learn.mhcc.edu

Class Topics:

- Re-imagining death.

 - Revitalizing and energizing your body and mind.

 - How to be with suffering and preventing burn-out.

 - Preparing for the inevitable end.

 - Religious beliefs about death and dying.

- Near Death Experiences and Death Bed Visions




JOSEPH BRITTON PRESENTATIONS, LLC  

Mindfulness Educator

503-449-8887

info@josephbritton.com