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Buddhadharma : Fall 2006
SEPTEMBER 22 – 24 No Hope, No Fear: Warrior Heart with Frank Berliner SEPTEMBER 29 – OCTOBER 1 Death & the Art of Dying: The Luminous Bardo of Dharmata with Andrew Holecek OCTOBER 6 – 15 Blazing, Melting & Mingling: The Four Root Dharmas with Ashe Acharya John Rockwell OCTOBER 27 – 29 The Spirit of Intimacy with Sobonfu Somé NOVEMBER 9 – 12 Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction with Janet Solyntjes NOVEMBER 17 – 19 Buddhism & the Twelve Steps with Kevin Griffin Sacred Journeys 2007 • Bhutan • Israel • Eastern Tibet • India & Sikkim For details, contact Tina Patterson at (888) 586-9958 or firstname.lastname@example.org. SEPTEMBER 1 – 3 Chushu (Autumn Moon) Kyudo Gathering with KANJURO SHIBATA XX, SENSEI Traditionally regarded as the highest form of samurai training, Japanese archery evolved over the centuries into a powerful, highly refined contemplative practice. Known as "standing Zen," Kyudo polishes the heart so that our natural dignity and goodness shine forth. Join us to practice this sacred art. SEPTEMBER 29 – OCTOBER 1 Wisdom That Penetrates Modern Culture with DZIGAR KONGTRÜL RINPOCHE The Buddhadharma encourages us to shift our focus on individual freedom and rights to the welfare of all beings. Through mindfulness and compassion- generating practices, discover the lasting happiness that comes from true selflessness and the recognition of the interconnectedness of all beings. NOVEMBER 10 – 12 Disidentifying from Our Personal History with DIANE POOLE HELLER, PHD In this retreat, we will explore the intersection of trauma healing, psychotherapy and spiritual development, delineating the goals, benefits and limitations of each, and discovering how they can be integrated into a comprehensive, dynamic approach for healing trauma and facilitating the embodiment of the transcendent experience. DECEMBER 15 – JANUARY 14, 2007 Winter Dathün Meditation Retreat with SAKYONG MIPHAM RINPOCHE PRESIDING, RICHARD REOCH & ACHARYA JUDITH SIMMER-BROWN During this meditation retreat intensive, we will contemplate and put into practice key insights presented in the Sakyong’s book Ruling Your World. Through sitting and walking meditation, talks, interviews with meditation instructors, Chi Kung and other practices, we will work together to create a more compassionate society. Shambhala Mountain Center | Red Feather Lakes, CO | (888) STUPA-21 | (303) 468-9640 email@example.com | www.shambhalamountain.org Shambhala Mountain Center BUDDHISM • MEDITATION • YOGA • IN THE COLORADO ROCKIES