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Shambhala Meditation Center of Milwaukee

 
Location: Milwaukee

Lojong: Training the Mind of Compassion
with Deborah Zarate & Sarah Osborne
July 2 - 30, 2014
Lojong is training in the mind of compassion. As our relationships often trigger deep emotion, lojong practice helps us transform our deep-seated reactive patterns into compassion, intelligence and peace into our relationships.

 
Location: Milwaukee

Meditation Retreat sponsored by Queer Dharma at Windhorse
with Alice Dan & Jon Feller
August 1, 2014
through 8th, 2014. Enjoy 2 to 7 days of a meditation retreat with light yoga in rural Wisconsin that will help you relax, connect with yourself and others. All are welcome - talks will address meditation and experiences of exclusion and inclusion.

 
Location: Milwaukee

Meditation in Everyday Life
September 3 - October 1, 2014
This course provides introductory tools and teachings for working with meditation in everyday life. With simple instructions and support, mindfulness meditation practice can become part of one’s life, revealing our innate stability, strength and clarity.

 
Location: Milwaukee

Basic Goodness 2: How Can I Help? The Basic Goodness of Society
with Eve Rosenthal
October 10 - 12, 2014
This course explores our relationships with others, an aspiration to help our world, and specific aspects of social transformation. We look at a Shambhala understanding of society, and what enlightened society may be.

 
Location: Milwaukee

Shambhala Training Level 1: The Art of Being Human
with Deborah Zarate
October 24 - 25, 2014
Through the practice of meditation, we begin to glimpse that goodness—rather than confusion—is the unconditional ground of our existence. Opening to ourselves with gentleness and appreciation, we begin to see our potential as human beings.

 
Location: Milwaukee

Contentment in Everyday Life
November 22 - 23, 2014
This course provides an exploration of genuine contentment and meditation in action for daily life. With meditation practice, we can learn to appreciate ourselves and simple human experiences, free from self-aggression.