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Special Program: The Shambhala Principle
with Richard John
May 24 / 8:30 AM - May 25 / 5:00 PM
This weekend program is open to all new and senior practitioners. Based on the book by Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche, this is an opportunity to develop your meditation practice and align it with the realities of daily life. The Shambhala Principle is exactly that: How the deepening of one’s inner realization is necessary if we are to uplift our world and create an awake human society. The Sakyong’s teachings are inspired by conversations with his father, the great Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche, and the program will explore these core teachings on wisdom and kindness.
The weekend program is designed for everyone who has ever taken Level One of Shambhala Training, but these teachings are accessible and relevant to anyone, and all are welcome to attend. Some copies of The Shambhala Principle will be available for purchase, but it is not necessary to read it for this program.
A monetary gift to the teacher at the end of the program is a traditional offering in appreciation of the teaching. For more information on the program fee, please click here to view our Generosity Policy.
NOTE: Parking is limited at our center. Please see the Our Location page to view parking areas at both buildings and side streets with additional parking (some are limited to resident permits).