Shambhala Leadership Training Part IV: The Art of Leadership and Inviting Magic (SAN FRANCISCO)
with Mery Miguez & Alice Tarkeshi
June 29 / 9:00 AM - June 29 / 4:00 PM
The location of this program has been changed to San Francisco.
A day-long leadership training in the Shambhala Buddhist tradition. This workshop will provide skills and trainings in support of the path of contemplative leadership.
Morning session: Self-Reflection Through Imagery will make an in-depth investigation into symbol.
Afternoon session: Inviting Magic will explore the Shambhala view and practice of “Court Principle,” and the art of creating brilliant environments that communicate sanity, dignity and decorum.
How we lead our lives in households and in families, at work and at play, publicly and privately, affects the health of an entire society. Join with leaders in Shambhala to explore our mutual commitment to creating a more sane society through principles of universal leadership.
9:00-10:00 Opening Chants and Sitting Meditation
10:00-12:30 Self-Reflection Through Imagery Teachings and Workshop
1:30-4:00 Inviting Magic Teachings and Workshop
4:00 Reception and Celebration of the conclusion of the first internship program
This program is free to Shambhala Interns and Teachers.
Membership discounts apply. For financial aid or work-study please contact Mery, volunteer [at] sfshambhala [dot] org, at least a week in advance. No one will be turned away for lack of funds.
Alice Tarkeshi has been a student of Shambhala Buddhism for 30 years and in the process has been weaving themes of Creativity and Astrology into the fabric of her understanding. With an academic background of Psychology and the Arts, she teaches the Dharma through her modern Ikebana workshops. Currently she is developing programs that link the Shambhala path with Western Astrology.
Shabchi Mery Miguez is the Representative of the Office of Culture and Decorum for SF, and serves as the San Franciso Shamhala Center manager. Mery received the title Shabchi after serving The Sakyong Wangmo for one year, in the Courts in both Boulder and Halifax, during The Sakyong Wangmo's pregnancy and birth of Jetsun Drukmo.
Contact: Mery Miguez, email@example.com