January 25, 2018

The Psychology of Motivation: A Buddhist Perspective. Half Day Course

Saturday April 7, 10am -1pm                           
with Buddhist Teacher, Sharon Lovich
Je Tsongkhapa Kadampa Buddhist Center , at 1070 Tunnel Road, Building # 2, Unit 20 (Behind Pomodoro’s), Asheville NC 28805, 828-668-2241. $25 (Discounts for Monthly Members


Why is it so difficult to keep our self motivated? Even when we ‘know’ certain things are ‘good for us’ it’s hard to sustain our motivation. Often we set goals simply thinking that we ‘should be’ doing these things, but this way of thinking doesn’t really produce results. Instead of succeeding in our efforts we end up feeling bad. In this half-day course we can begin to understand the different components of motivation and then use this knowledge to form a kinder, friendlier, and more productive life plan. The course will include guided meditation, talks and time for question and answer. Refreshments will be served during the break. Everyone Welcome.


10:00–11:30 – Teaching and meditation

11:30–12:00 – break

12:00–1:00 – Teaching and meditation

About the Teacher

SharonSharon Lovich has been practicing meditation and Kadampa Buddhism since 2003 and is the principal teacher for Kadampa Buddhism in Asheville. Before Sharon moved to Asheville in 2011, she volunteered as the Education Program Coordinator for several years at the internationally renowned world peace temple for meditation and modern Buddhism,  Kadampa Meditation Center New York.  There she received teachings and guidance directly from our General Spiritual Director, Gen-la Kelsang Dekyong, guided retreats, and taught classes.  She has engaged in numerous focused meditation retreats and is known for teaching others how to develop a peaceful mind with great skill, lightness, and humor. Today, Sharon is a part of the Special Teacher Training Program and teaches numerous meditation classes and retreats in Asheville. Sharon and her husband have one son.