Program Details

Who Am I?


with Moh Hardin
March 9 / 9:00 AM - March 10 / 3:30 PM

 


Open to Everyone


Anyone can attend! No prerequisites!


 


This workshop addresses the age old question, “Who am I?” and focuses on our sense of self. By exploring this question with curiosity, care, gentleness and wonder, we gain helpful and often surprisingly practical insights into our lives.


 


The workshop includes teachings on basic goodness, selflessness, the arising of the ego from openness, buddha nature, and the confidence of awake warriorship. We will practice contemplative investigations based upon the Four Foundations of Mindfulness and other exploratory techniques to help create an interactive learning environment where the teachings of the Buddha are intimate, and also relevant to the times in which we live.


 


Who Am I? The Basic Goodness of Self is the first of three new Shambhala courses called the Basic Goodness Series. These three courses need to be taken in sequence. The second course is called 'How Can I Help? The Basic Goodness of Society', and the third course is entitled 'What is Real? The Basic Goodness of Reality.’


 


SCHEDULE :


Friday


We will not meet tonight


 


Saturday


8.30am  Participants arrive


9 am      Program begins


5 pm      Program ends.  Optional dinner with Acharya Hardin and Sangyum Grieve at Flavors Indian Restaurant follows.


 


Sunday


8.30am  Participants arrive


9 am      Program begins


3:30 pm      Program ends


 


 


TUITION


 



  • $150 Regular

  • $125 Member 

  • $60 Repeat - for those who have taken this program before


 



HOW TO PAY

Tuition may be paid online when you register, in person, or by mail. If you wish to pay by check, please make your check payable to Dallas Shambhala Mediation Center, and denote the workshop name to ensure accurate credit of your payment.   

1. Secure Online payment: use the Pay Now button and pay with your credit card or checking account when you register.

Note:  If paying for more than one person with the same bank card or bank account, combine the payments on one of the registrations and write the registrant names in the payment comment box along with the program name.

2. In person: cash and checks are accepted at Tuesday Open House   

3. Payments by mail: send checks to Dallas Shambhala Meditation Center, 13720 Midway Road, Suite 108, Farmers Branch, TX 75244


OTHER INFORMATION ABOUT PAYMENT


Generosity Policy


The Dallas Shambhala Center does not wish restricted finances ever to interfere with one's ability to receive the teachings -- please pay what you can.  If you have the resources, please apply generosity towards another student’s tuition.  More information here.


For questions or to discuss your personal needs and alternative ways to contribute please contact
Joan Keagy, Practice and Study Coordinator,   Email: joan@stokelynews.com


 


 


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Moh Hardin, author of A Little Book of Love, trained directly under the guidance of Vidyadhara Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche and Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche.  He serves as Regional Acharya for the Atlantic Provinces of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island and Newfoundland, and the states of Texas and Louisiana. He visits the Shambhala Centers in these regions regularly, teaching and working with students.


"A little Book of Love: Heart Advice for Bringing Happiness to Ourselves and Our World" (Shambhala 2011)

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