What is Reality? Basic Goodness III
with Moh Hardin
May 2 / 7:00 PM - May 4 / 4:00 PM
What is Reality? (Basic Goodness III)
With Acharya Moh Hardin
Public Talk: “Awakening Wonder”
Friday, May 2 at 7:00 p.m. at Graville Ferry Community Hall
Free will offering
Weekend Program: What is Reality?
Saturday, May 3, 8:30 to 5:30 (Lunch provided)
Sunday, May 4, 8:30 to 4:00 (Bring your own lunch)
Suggested offering: $70.00 (Generosity policy applies, offer what you can afford)
Granville Ferry Community Hall, Granville Ferry, NS
Everyone is welcome. There are no pre-requisites for this program. Pre-registration is advised.
Contact person: Nancy McCabe, email@example.com or call 902 532 0957
The Basic Goodness Series
The Basic Goodness Series is a three-part journey through the view and understanding of the Shambhala teachings presented in an accessible way. The series is oriented towards three universal questions that have arisen in some form or another throughout human history in most cultures and traditions: Who Am I? How Can I Help? What is Reality?
The series is designed to invite the participation and experience of the class participants in the process of inquiry and learning. We are creating the conditions for people to come together, look deeply and patiently, and have a unique kind of conversation that is difficult to have in most social contexts.
What is Reality?
In this program we look at how the Shambhala Principle of basic goodness works on the level of ultimate reality, which in Shambhala is referred to as sacred world. We live in a time when there is a level of ecological disharmony that threatens our planet and our own existence. It is easy to close down from our senses and other beings and live a life disconnected from the elements and seasons, to lose our connection to the earth. At the same time we long for harmony and connection with others and with the natural world. In “What is Reality?” we will explore our relationship with reality, perception, and the phenomenal world in order to reconnect with sacred world.
The Annapolis Royal Shambhala Meditation Group is a non-profit organization supported by donations, program fees, and the energy of many volunteers. Our program fees are needed to cover the costs of programs and help us to continue to provide space for practice and learning. We welcome participants to pay more or less than the suggested amounts, as they are able. We trust your judgment. Please offer what you feel is appropriate for your situation. Please help us bring these precious teachings into the world by offering what you can afford. Your generosity and gratitude for these teachings allows us to offer them to everyone regardless of their ability to pay.