Atlantic Regional Conference 2018
- Dorje Denma Ling Shambhala Meditation Retreat Centre
- 2280 Balmoral Rd, Tatamagouche, NS, B0K 1V0
- Sep 28 - 30, 2018 (3 days)
- Lodge - Double Room - CAD $130.00 Lodge - Couple Room - CAD $130.00 Lodge - Triple Room - CAD $130.00 Drala Cabin single occupancy - CAD $130.00 Drala Cabin double occupancy - CAD $130.00 Off-Land Commuters - CAD $130.00 (All…
Join us in a weekend celebration of the Shambhala sangha in the Atlantic provinces!
Everyone is invited to this year’s Atlantic Regional Conference (ARC) at Dorje Denma Ling. Shambhala leaders, educators, kasung, members and friends will come together around this year’s theme:
Shambhala in Atlantic Canada
More a gathering of meditation practitioners with a connection to the Shambhala path than a traditional conference, ARC typically includes practice, social events, visioning and discussions on practice, community, Atlantic Canada’s unique culture, and how we connect across the region as Shambhalians.
Whether you’ve been a member of the community for decades or are relatively new and have never visited Dorje Denma Ling, ARC is a wonderful opportunity to connect and make new sangha friends in the Shambhala mandala.
ARC begins Friday evening with our “Local Gifts” reception. Each participant is asked to contribute something delectable and made locally (cheese, chocolate, wine, beer, etc.) that celebrates your own corner of Atlantic Canada. Stories abound over these local delights and kick off our gathering with a sense of richness and the spirit of generosity.
Saturday morning, there is meditation practice led by Acharya Moh Hardin and Shastris from across Atlantic Canada, as well as various discussions and exercises pertinent to creating a regional network of Shambhala Communities.
Saturday evening features a delightful Shambhala banquet, complete with cultural offerings, toasts, and jokes. If you play an instrument, bring it along! Creativity is celebrated. Dress is uplifted for the event.
Sunday morning disucssions continue. The program ends with lunch and good conversation.