Putting Gross National Happiness into Practice in your own Life
A unique nine month learning journey towards right livelihood
PHYSICAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL WELL-BEING
Participants on the Right Livelihood Programme are fully responsible for their own physical and psychological well-being and are required to take out their own health and travel insurance to cover the residential programmes.It is important that participants are aware that Module 2 includes visiting different places in Bhutan involving travelling on rough and mountainous roads for long distances and walking pilgrimages in remote, rural and high altitude environments (above 3000 metres).
The Right Livelihood Programme, draws on a range of activities and approaches to cultivate mindfulness and self-reflection. However, these are not intended to serve as a substitute for psychotherapy, psychiatric treatment or medication of any kind. If you are currently following a treatment and/or are taking medication (for a physical or psychological condition), we ask you to first consult your doctor or therapist to see whether it is appropriate for you to join the Programme. We also ask you to not interrupt any current treatment and/or medication. The Right Livelihood Programme does not accept any responsibility in this regard. We reserve the right to ask those who are a serious threat to others or to themselves to leave the program and to seek professional help elsewhere.