Fearlessness in Everyday Life

About This Event

This is the fourth course in the Way of Shambhala series. Through an exploration of the traditional Buddhist teachings of mind and the nature of reality, we learn to see clearly. We dare to face life and death as they are. The meditator, open to uncertainty and creativity, goes beyond hope and fear to experience equanimity. Themes covered in this course include groundlessness, impermanence and death, hope and fear, and the mahayana teachings of emptiness and bodhicitta.

PREREQUISITE: Way of Shambhala: Joy in Everyday Life.
RECOMMENDED: Shambhala Training Levels I - IV


Shastri WuenschShastri Denise Wuensch began practicing and studying Tibetan Buddhism in the mid-1970’s.  She is a senior student of Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche in the lineage of Shambhala Buddhism, and teaches weekly at the Denver Shambhala Meditation Center.  She has served at Naropa University as both a Teaching Assistant and Clinical Supervisor in the Master’s Degree Contemplative Psychotherapy Program.  She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with a private practice in Capital Hill, and also serves as a hospice social worker for Pinnacle Hospice Care.

Charley RosickyCharley Rosicky has been an active member of the Shambhala Buddhist community in Colorado for over 25 years. A student of Sakyong Mipham, Charley volunteers as Director of Societal Health and Wellbeing for the Boulder Shambhala Center. He lives in Lafayette with his wife Norah, and works as a grief counselor for TRU Hospice, a non-profit. Charley enjoys many hobbies, including sports, gardening and volunteering at Norah's school, Ziji Early Elementary.

Our Generosity Policy: We have a generosity policy to make our offerings available to all who wish to participate. If the program price is an obstacle for you, please consider what works for you, and offer as much of the program fee as you can.

To arrange for this, please contact us in advance of this Program at: Denver.Shambhala.Treasurer@gmail.com.

For those who can offer more than the program price, we have a “Patron Price.” Your generosity in offering the patron price helps cover the costs for others who are not able to pay the full price.

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