The Causes of Wellbeing with Pablo Das

 Practical Dharma, Holistic wellness and trauma resolution coaching.

What are the causes of wellbeing?

Buddhist wisdom asserts that nothing arises independent of it’s causes. When we set out to be more “present”, “healthy” or “healed”, we are seeking physical, emotional and psychological states that arise conditionally. The path to wellbeing is ultimately an inquiry into what variables support those experiences to arise. My work is to help people identify and engage the variables in their lives which support wellbeing.

I work in three realms:

Practical Dharma: Buddhist teachings are aimed at presence and a wise responsiveness to life. They support a style of engagement with yourself, others and the world which embodies kindness and compassion. I teach a non-religious brand of dharma with an emphasis on the most pragmatic teachings.

Holistic Wellness work is about creating the conditions by which we thrive and flourish in life.

Trauma Management and Resolution (Somatic Experiencing) seeks to address the barriers to wellbeing which arise from traumatizing events or conditions.

This is the work I do.

I hope that I can support you in your process.

Pablo Das


Click the media player below to listen to a talk on Trauma and Buddhist Mindfulness by Pablo Das

Welcome to the Causes of Wellbeing website.

Here you will find information on the work of Pablo Das. In the about page you can read about my background and teachings. Visit the coaching page to find information on my one on one coaching practice. In the talks section to hear recorded lectures. In the teaching dates section you'll find information about classes and workshops. Finally, check out the ideas page for my writing. 

I hope that what is offered here is what most supports your wellbeing. 

- Pablo Das, SEP, HHC

 Pablo Das was featured in the March 2017 issue of Lions Roar.  Read Online Version

Pablo Das was featured in the March 2017 issue of Lions Roar. Read Online Version

 

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