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Sat, Nov 13



Eight Steps for Racial Reconciliation

SNL: Dharma is a monthly online program at Shambhala Gainesville. Each month, a prominent teacher presents the dharma topic of their choice.  This month's topic is:  Your Life Matters Part 2- Eight steps for racial reconciliation with Dr. K.A. Shakoor.

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Eight Steps for Racial Reconciliation
Eight Steps for Racial Reconciliation

Time & Location

Nov 13, 2021, 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM


About the event

Dr. Shakoor will discuss eight steps, or points, a person or community can follow to bring

about racial harmony. This concept can be applied in all situations where the potential of

conflict is eminent. The philosophical foundations of this talk is based in part from Buddhist

psychology and the book Ghetto Sutras.

Program is online. Zoom link is sent that day to registrants, and the recording afterwards.

Dr. K.A. Shakoor, DAOM, brings more than 50 years of experience to the AUM Institute

through his extensive training in energetic and internal mind/body and holistic medical

practices. His diverse teaching background of more than 40 years has brought him to

instruct in public and private educational institutions, hospitals, mental health facilities,

government and law enforcement agencies, private groups, clubs, and sports teams.

Dr. Shakoor is an active community health advocate and has coordinated health activities

and summits across the United States. He has authored multiple books, including Ghetto

Sutras and Maahaah Yoga, published by Jannah Press, as well as his soon-to-be released

book The Treatment of the Shen in Relation to T.C.M. and Tibetan Medicine.

His passion for integrated energetic medicine as a tool for medical efficacy, as well as a tool

for supporting health and wellness practitioners and care givers, drives the purpose of the

AUM Institute for Energetic Medicine.

He is the director of the Gainesville Karma Kagyu Thegsum Choling Tibetan Meditation

Center (where Lama Losang is the resident teacher and founder) and also president of the

Mental Health Coalition of North Central Florida.

Cost is $20. To register:

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