Awakening Retreat with Anam Thubten Rimpoche

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Awakening Retreat with Anam Thubten Rimpoche

Time: May 4, 2012 from 7pm to 9pm
Location: Jackson Wellsprings - Community Room
Street: 2253 Hwy 99
City/Town: Ashland, Oregon USA
Website or Map: http://www.dharmata.org
Phone: (541) 787-9246 or blessedwaters@gmail.com
Event Type: presentation
Organized By: Dharmata Foundation
Latest Activity: Apr 24, 2012

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Please join us for this Awakening Retreat with Anam Thubten Rinpoche,  Friday evening, May 4th and Saturday, May 5th.  Anam Thubten grew up in Tibet and received traditional Buddhist training from various teachers at an early age.  He is a direct discipl of Lama Tsurlo, a lifetime hermit and yogi.  Anam Thubten teaches and conducts mediation retreats internationally.  He is the author of the book, "No Self, No Problem."

The focus of the retreat is to unburden ourselves from mental habits that cause unnecessary suffering and to realize our natural state which is the inner dimension of peace, joy, and love. Anam Thubten invites everyone to experience this spiritual transformation through meditation practice and the timeless teachings of the Buddha.

"You are the Truth from foot to brow" ~ Rumi

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