Shambhala Meditation: Rediscovering Our Inherent Goodness
- May 11 - 12, 2018 (2 days)
- $130 Patron, $115 Sustaining, $100 Supporting
With our busy lives, demanding jobs, family needs and an ever-changing landscape of politics and social change, it can be easy to lose track of our most basic wisdom. According to the Shambhala tradition, human beings inherently possess a deep intelligence that can help us restore a sense of wholeness, health, and vision to our lives and to society. Within our ordinary experience--in our bodies, our senses, our emotions, and our thoughts--a present and brilliant strength is available.
Shambhala Meditation is a simple and profound practice for rediscovering these qualities of goodness and strength. A unique heart transmission from Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche, Shambhala Meditation allows us to feel, be, and touch humanity's original wisdom.
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Noel McLellan is a second-generation practitioner and an Acharya, or "honoured teacher," in the Shambhala tradition. For the last 14 years he has taught middle and high school English and History at the Shambhala School in Halifax, Nova Scotia, where he currently serves as the Dean of Shambhala Education for faculty. He leads contemplative retreats for teens and teachers and has developed curriculum on mindfulness and compassion, as well as empowerment and awareness for boys and young men. Noel views school as a place to care for young minds and hearts, and to plant the seeds of transformation for a more beautiful culture and society. His writings on education, culture and Shambhala may be found on his blog, broken leaf, at lhasang.wordpress.com. He is the father of two ferocious and creative young children.Source: boston.shambhala.org