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In this workshop, Dr. Maull will lead participants through a series of individual, dyadic, and small group exercises designed to reveal the principles of Radical Responsibility in an experiential and personal manner. These exercises will include training in mindfulness, presence, emotional intelligence, self-regulation, co-regulation, empathic listening, and empathic communication. The workshop will include a deep, experiential exploration of Stephen Karpman's Drama Triangle and the Radical Responsibility model core distinctions between ownership and blame and between living and acting from the contexts of the empowerment zone vs. the drama zone, as well as the skillful means for recognizing when one is caught in the drama zone and then making the shift to the empowerment zone.
Dr. Maull also will facilitate workshop participants in small group and collective exploration of a vision for social transformation leading to a healthy renewal of our cultural commons, political system, and both civic and civil society through the complete integration of personal and collective responsibility.
This workshop builds upon the points presented in Dr. Maul's lecture on Friday, Oct. 14. If possible, please register to attend the lecture prior to the workshop. However, if your schedule does not allow for you to attend the lecture, you are still welcome to attend this workshop with Dr. Maull.
Fleet Maull, PhD, is an author, meditation teacher, social entrepreneur, business consultant, executive coach and trainer who works at the nexus of personal and social transformation. He is a senior Dharma teacher in the global Shambhala Meditation Community and a Roshi (Zen master) in the international Zen Peacemaker Order. Dr. Maull founded Heart Mind Institute, Prison Mindfulness Institute and National Prison Hospice Association and co-founded the Rwanda Bearing Witness Retreat, the Center of Mindfulness in Public Safety, and the Engaged Mindfulness Institute. He trains prisoners, business leaders, correctional officers, law enforcement and other public safety professionals in mindfulness-based approaches to deepening wellness & resiliency.
He is the author of Radical Responsibility: How to Move Beyond Blame, Fearlessly Live Your Highest Purpose and Become an Unstoppable Force for Good ; Dharma in Hell: The Prison Writings of Fleet Maull; and The Resilience C.O.: Neuroscience Informed Mindfulness-Based Wellness & Resiliency (MBWR) for Corrections Professionals. He leads meditation retreats throughout the world and recently organized and hosted the Global Resilience Summit.
Radical Responsibility, an Interactive, Skill-Building Workshop for Self-Empowerment & Personal Freedom is part of the free Contemplation by Design Summit, Oct. 9 - 16 and Oct. 28 - Nov. 2, 2022.
The full Summit schedule is posted at: http://contemplation.stanford.edu/summit. All events are FREE and online.
Registration is now open here: https://stanfordcbdsummit-2022.eventbrite.com/