Buddhist Psychology Courses and Classes

Parayana Buddhist Psychology Courses

The principal focus of Parayana Buddhist psychology courses is the Buddha’s teachings about understanding happiness. Buddhist siddhi yoga based psychology explains how happiness works and how it doesn’t. Buddhist psychology reveals how people inadvertently sabotage their own success and well-being in life. The teachings cover what It takes to really experience true fulfillment. To be able to instantly summon inner peace and put a halt self-damaging emotional reactions are key.

Amongst the topics covered and explained are:


  • Different kinds happiness and different methods to realize them
  • How to work with various thinking styles and patterns which are often at the center of conflicts, contention, and resistance
  • Different emotional bases which are used in people’s decision making, including understanding one’s own blind spots 
  • Basic practice of calmness meditation along with ways for taking meditation into day to day life, which can be developed to overcome stress on the spot in various scenarios 
  • A set of adjunctive practices which allows for an individual to perform functional activities at the same time as meditating 
Unique and useful benefits:
Understanding how to better work with circumstances to attain optimal results
Staying calm regardless of the circumstances 
Self motivational skills and abilities
Increased learning capacities 
Applicable skills development in your areas of interest
Working with deeper forms of meditation for self-healing
Deeper understandings of how to communicate with others
Skills and capacities to set and reach chosen goals
Understand how power and influence work and how to work with these two forces 
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Vancouver: Tues 7:30-9:00pm  

Victoria: Thurs 7:30-9:00pm

Brentwood Bay: Mon 7:00-8:30




Private classes available.  


Basic taught in Buddhist psychology.


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