Program Details

Essential Heart of Kasungship II


with Andrew Sacamano
November 8 / 7:00 PM - November 10 / 3:00 PM

This inspiring and powerful program is focused on deepening our understanding of the profound view of the path of Kasungship, as well as strengthening our own practice as Dorje Kasung. It allows newer Kasung to further their understanding of the path, and experienced Kasung to deepen their inspiration and appreciation of the advanced teachings of Dorje Kasungship. Please join us in this very special gathering of the clan. 


The Friday night talk is free and open to the public.  However, the remainder of the program is restricted to members of the Dorje Kasung. Exceptions may be made by Sacamano, Rupön on an individual basis for those with an intention to become Kasung. The cost of the program includes lunch and mess on Saturday and tea on Sunday. Scholarship and financial assistance is available; no Dorje Kasung will be turned away for lack of funds.  Fee is $70, or $35 for those re-taking the program. There may be additional cost for food.




Prerequisite: The program is open to all Dorje Kasung who have taken the one year oath, or who will do so to during the program. Previous attendance of EHOK I is not a prerequisite.


Dorje Kasung who have taken the one year oath and would like to take the lifetime oath will have the opportunity to do so. Those who wish to take either oath during the program, please indicate this in the "Comments" section of the registration page so that interviews with Sacamano, Rupön can be arranged prior to the ceremony.




Andrew Sacamano Rupon is the Dorje Kasung Education Officer, shastri for the Dorje Kasung and one of three shastris for Boulder. He has been a member of the Dorje Kasung since 1987, and has served in command positions in various capacities, including several years as chair of the Sun Camp Leadership Group.




Questions concerning this event, including if you need assistance with housing, can be sent to Ann Davidge:  
amdavidge@yahoo.com

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