Program Details

Joy in Everyday Life


with Christine Sloan
November 16 / 7:00 PM - November 18 / 5:00 PM

Joy in Everyday Life



As meditation practice expands and we develop trust in basic goodness, we can begin to discover the confidence and personal energy to go forward on the journey. Joining gentleness with discipline leads to a sense of joy.
 
We will explore the Mahayana Buddhist teachings, in combination with the dignity of the lion, and its qualities of cheerfulness, health and freedom from doubt.


Way of Shambhala



Time:                   Friday, November 16th @ 7 pm  Open to All
                            Saturday November 17th & Sunday, November 18th @ 9-5

Place:                  120 LeMarchant Rd.

Teacher:             Shastri Christine Sloan

Student:              Open to all. Make-up readings are available for
                             those who have not taken Contentment in Everyday Life

Teachings:          Joy in Everyday Life

Cost:                    Friday night only: $25.00
                             Full program: $125.00 first-timers,  $40.00 repeaters
                             Please see generosity policy below

 Coordinator:        Debbie McGee
To Register:        
www.stjohns.shambhala.org


Christine Sloan was a student of the founder of Shambhala, Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche, and was appointed Shastri or senior teacher, by his son, Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche.  In 1982 she moved to Halifax with her family to help establish Shambhala in Nova Scotia.  She holds a Ph.D. in Speech-Language Pathology.  Christine now lives in the Annapolis Valley with her partner Gregory Heming. She has a daughter, Carolyn, an artist and advocate for persons with special needs, who currently lives in Iqaluit, Nunavut.




 


Generosity Policy


 



The St. John's Shambhala Group is a non-profit organization supported by donations, program fees, and the energy of many volunteers. Our program fees are needed to cover the costs of programs and help us to continue to provide space for practice and learning. We welcome participants to pay more or less than the suggested amounts, as they are able. We trust your judgment; please offer what you feel is appropriate for your situation. Please help us bring these precious teachings into the world by offering the most you can afford. Your generosity and gratitude for these teachings allows us to offer them to everyone regardless of their ability to pay.


 


 



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