Meditation Retreat for Everyday Life
with Bill Brauer
November 14 / 12:00 AM - November 22 / 12:00 AM
*This program has been changed from a two-week retreat to a one-week retreat
“We humans have come to a crossroads in our history. We can either destroy the world or create a good future.”
Sakyong Mipham, “The Shambhala Principle”
As more and more people around the world recognize that humanity and our home, the planet Earth, are under growing stress, we are coming to understand that we are accountable for how we live our lives.
This one-week retreat introduces meditation and contemplation as tools for exploring the very nature of humanity. Shambhala offers a profound transmission of wisdom: Humanity and society are basically good.
The daily schedule includes:
One-on-one meditation instruction
Working with silence
Exploring the inherent beauty of Karmê Chöling's land
During this retreat, we will explore our generosity and appreciation for wakeful community leading up the annual Thanksgiving Feast with the Karme Choling community.
This retreat is open to all levels of experience. This week qualifies for fulfilling one week of Shambhala’s dathün requirements.
This weeklong retreat ends on Thursday the 21st in the evening. Friday the 22nd is a departure day.
To register click here.