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Shambhala Vision: What Does It Mean For Me?
with Henry Chapin
May 15 / 7:00 PM - May 15 / 9:30 PM
The vision of Shambhala is to create enlightened society. Enlightened means awakening to the basic goodness that is here, at the heart of humanity. Society is the natural expression of that goodness, manifesting as a natural connection between beings that is experienced as kindness. Thus creating enlightened society is creating an awake and friendly association with others.
In this talk, Henry refers to The Treatise on Enlightened Society and what it takes to create enlightened society in our own life.
Henry will also introduce the practice of loving-kindness as a way to deepen and nurture such kindness.
Henry Chapin is from Ottawa, Canada, and is a long time student of Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche and Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche, and has been teaching Shambhala Trainings in Canada, Australia, the USA and New Zealand for several decades.
Location: Lower Merri Room, CERES, Roberts St, Brunswick
The program fee is a donation suggestion only. There is no obligation.