Program Details

Shambhala Training HEART OF WARRIORSHIP Level II: Birth of the Warrior (Westside)

with Marilyn Moore & Faradee Rudy
March 8 / 7:30 PM - March 10 / 6:00 PM

Teens: $25.00
To repeat a weekend: $60.00

Work-study is available; no one will be turned away for lack of funds.

CONGRATULATIONS! YOU MADE IT THROUGH LEVEL ONE! We invite you connect further with the experience of Basic Goodness and explore how meditation practice can help us to step out of our habitual patterns of escape and fear.

The point of Shambhala Training is to get out of the cocoon, which is the shyness and aggression in which we have wrapped ourselves… A Shambhala warrior is someone who is brave enough not to give in to the aggression and contradictions that exist in society…who is able to step out of the cocoon--that very comfortable cocoon that he or she is trying to sleep in. -- Chögyam Trungpa, Rinpoche

Open to graduates of Shambhala Training Level I.

NOTE: The program will not go forward unless we have at least 10 registrations with deposit by Monday, October 15. If you register and the program is canceled, you'll be contacted by a Shambhala Training representative.

Marilyn Moore is a student of Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche. She has served as the Shambhala Center Director and Head of Practice, and currently serves as co-coordinator of SMCLA’s Orange County satellite center.

Faradee Rudy has been an active member of the Shambhala Community for the last 10 years. She began attending programs at the Toronto Shambhala Center in 2001 and lived at Shambhala Mountain Center in Colorado from 2004 to 2008. From 2008 to August of 2011 Ms. Rudy was the Executive Director of the Center for Living Peace in Orange County. She recently returned to school and is studying Interior Design at the Interior Designer’s Institute in Newport Beach. She also currently holds the position of Director of Societal Health and Wellbeing at SMCLA.

Please refrain from wearing perfume, cologne, or scented products to the LA Shambhala Center as some of our participants have severe scent-related allergies.

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