Field of Warriorship: Using Social Meditation to Bring About Group Sanity
with Nicholas Kranz
June 6 / 6:00 PM - June 8 / 4:00 PM
This weekend will focus on developing and deepening the practice of Social Meditation which includes dyad practice and bringing meditative awareness to our communication and interaction with others. These practices bring about a space to experience mutual goodness which helps us create cultural transformation. This training aims to help people understand how forms can help produce a culture of wakefulness in everything we do on or off the cushion, bringing meditation into every day life.
The program is ideal for people who have some experience with Social Meditation practice. To experience the practice before the retreat, come to Young Meditator Night! http://siliconvalley.shambhala.org/program-details/?id=171844
Friday Night Public Talk: The Egolessness of Society
This talk is open to all, even if you are not participating in the entire weekend program. There is a $20 suggested donation to attend.
Saturday night event with this program: Enlightened Dance Party at 7:30 p.m.
Fee: $100 Full Program/ $50 Student Discount
No one turned away for lack of funds- generosity policy available!
Contact lesliegossett (at) gmail (dot) com
Nicholas Kranz has been practicing and studying meditation for fifteen years, and teaching meditation for nine years in a variety of settings — including Shambhala Centers, universities and hospitals, adult education and investment firms. He is the founder of Mindful in the Midst, which offers on-site training in mindfulness meditation for organizations and individuals. Nicholas is a student of Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche and lives and works in Boston, MA.