Shambhala Training Level I: The Art of Being Human with Ginny Evans
- Kootenay Shambhala Meditation Centre
- 812 Stanley St, Nelson, BC
- Sep 27 - 28, 2014 (2 days)
- $100; $25 for repeat participants
Shambhala Training Level I: The Art of Being Human
with Ginny Evans
September 27th—September 28th
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$100 Program Price
$130 Patron Price
Room: Main Shrine Room
Shambhala Training is a sequence of contemplative weekend workshops, suitable for anyone looking to explore the transformative benefits of meditation.
The program involves the study and practice of Shambhala warriorship—a path of nonaggression born from the willingness to meet our world without bias or judgment. This path shows how to take the challenges of everyday life as opportunities for both contemplative practice and social action.
The workshops include thorough instruction in meditation, the practice of sitting and walking meditation, one-on-one interviews to clarify questions, group discussions and talks by senior teachers.
LEVEL I: THE ART OF BEING HUMAN
As human beings, we long for sanity, compassion and inspiration in our lives. According to the Shambhala teachings, this longing is a manifestation of basic goodness—the dignity and wakefulness that we all possess. Level I, a key introductory program open to all, presents the practice of meditation as a way to uncover and contact this innate dignity and wakefulness.
Saturday, September 27: 8:30 AM - 6:00 PM
Sunday, September 28: 8:30 AM - 2:00 PM
The program will include breakfast each day and a closing reception on Sunday.
Turning the Mind into an Ally, by Sakyong Mipham
Shambhala: The Sacred Path of the Warrior, by Chögyam Trungpa
(These books are available in the "Shambhala Shop" at the Shambhala Centre.)
Suggested donation: $100; $25 for repeat participants (see our accommodating Generosity Policy)
GINNY EVANS describes herself as "a slow-growing Canadian who moved from conservative Ontario to the wacky West in 1979." Since attending Shambhala Vajrayana Seminary in 1990, she has served the Shambhala community in a variety of ways, including directing the Vancouver Shambhala Centre (1989-1994) and teaching Shambhala Training and other key programs. She is currently the Vancouver Shambhala Centre's Meditation Instruction Coordinator.
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