The Presence Point: Cultivating Embodiment & Engaging Creative Process
with Sarah Lipton
September 13 / 10:00 AM - September 13 / 3:00 PM
Give yourself a gift: Come home to your own body. Open up to what is possible.
In our day together, we will experiment with what it feels like to be in our bodies. We will learn how to rest deeply and tap into our natural resilience. Once we arrive at the presence point, we will engage in the process of reflection, allowing space for creative expression to emerge. From here, we will cultivate a recognition of our core motivation and begin to identify practical steps for manifesting our inspiration.
Whether we are artists, office workers, truck drivers, gardeners, parents, teachers or students, we have the capacity to be present. We can take leadership of our life.
Join us if you are longing to reconnect with your self, your life, and your creative potential. Join us if you are longing to be exactly who you are.
Sarah Lipton has been a student of Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche for fifteen years. Currently the Shambhala Times Editor-in-Chief, she has a degree from Naropa University entitled Embodied Systems. After living in Nepal for a year, Sarah spent four years helping to run the Boston Shambhala Center, followed by two years living at Karme Choling. Besides working in her garden and quilting, Sarah is writing a book and starting a business called The Presence Point, mentoring leaders and leading workshops on embodiment and creative process. She lives with her husband Scott in a little farmhouse in the woods of northern Vermont.