Program Details

Meditation Instructor Gathering


with Dale Asrael & David Rome
November 21 / 7:00 PM - November 24 / 6:30 PM

MI Gathering with Acharya Dale Asrael, the Dean of Meditation Instructors,
and Mr. David Rome


For Meditation Instructors only

During this program, the Sakyong’s instructions for the new Shambhala Meditation will be presented. We will have the opportunity to contemplate portions of the Shambhala Meditation text. We will also deepen our training in meditation instruction and practice the skills of feeling, being, and touching as a structure for our meetings with our meditation students. Download the PDF letter from Acharya Asrael for further information on this program.


 


About Acharya Dale Asrael


Dale has taught as Core Faculty at Naropa University since 1992 in the M.A. Buddhist Studies, Contemplative Education, and Counseling programs, and is an Upadhyaya (Buddhist minister). She leads meditation retreats, dathuns, Ngondro Instructor trainings, and other programs internationally. In March of 2011, Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche appointed Dale the Dean of Meditation Instructors, asking her to be responsible for the compassionate activity of meditation instruction in the Shambhala mandala. This includes the training, supervision, development, and support for the meditation instruction path itself.


 


About David Rome


David I. Rome is a Senior Fellow at the Garrison Institute focusing on research, writing, and teaching that explores the nature of contemplative practices and application of contemplative methods in mainstream society. David began practicing Buddhism in 1971 and served for nine years as private secretary to Chögyam Trungpa, Rinpoche. He is a senior teacher in the Shambhala Training program and a certified Focusing trainer.




In keeping with the pricing for other MI Gatherings, we have a limited number of seats available for this program at a reduced rate. To request a reduced rate, please contact Jim Fladmark at warrior@boulder.shambhala.org.
   

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