Bonnie Duran

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Bonnie Duran, PhD, began Buddhist meditation practice 35 years ago. Bonnie attended the very first People of Color Mediation Retreat at Vallecitos decades ago and we are proud to have her sit on our Teachers’ Council today.  Bonnie enjoys teaching Spirit Rock’s Dedicated Practitioners Program, short and long retreats at Spirit Rock and IMS, and holds a People of Color and Allies Sangha in Seattle, WA. She also directs the University of Washington’s Center for Indigenous Health Research. Listen to one of Bonnie’s talks: Mana (Conceit) and Skillful Means given at IMS on September 15, 2012 – 53 minutes, 32.3 MB (Download, Stream)

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