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Day-Long Live Virtual Meditation Retreat

  • 01 Oct 2022
  • 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
  • Zoom

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“It’s not what happens to us, but what we make of it that makes the difference.”
~ Lama Surya Das


New Beginnings: Cultivating Resilience, Calm,
and Compassion-in-Action the Bodhisattva Way

Saturday, October 1, 2022
9 AM to 4 PM US East Coast Time

How to face the world as it is today and seems to be. 
Early “American Buddhist”, Massachusetts' Ralph Waldo Emerson said,
"The hero is the person who is immovably centered."

How to do so? Let’s explore the timeless, tried and true
lineage teachings of the wisdom masters, developing
calm equanimity, non-attachment and appreciation of
the bigger picture and the fleeting nature of things. 

Join us for a heart-opening day including:
* Learning to let go and let be
* The joy of meditation
*
Refining our altruistic intention and motivation
*
Recognizing interbeing through interconnectedness

       
for a better world and a better future to be possible, for ourselves,
for our offspring and for generations to come.

For more information, including schedule, please visit our website here.

Our live retreats are open to new and seasoned practitioners in any spiritual tradition.
To apply for financial assistance, please email foundation@dzogchen.org


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