Grounded Spaciousness: Integrating Buddhist Wisdom into Daily Life

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Grounded Spaciousness: Integrating Buddhist Wisdom into Daily Life

Time: November 4, 2011 at 7pm to November 6, 2011 at 4pm
Location: Kagyu Sukha Chöling
Street: 109 Clear Creek Drive
City/Town: Ashland, Oregon USA
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Phone: 541.552.1769
Event Type: a, weekend, meditation, course
Organized By: Kagyu Sukha Choling
Latest Activity: Oct 26, 2011

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Kagyu Sukha Chöling Buddhist Center invites the community to GROUNDED SPACIOUSNESS: INTEGRATING BUDDHIST WISDOM INTO DAILY LIFE, a weekend meditation course with Ari Goldfield and Rose Taylor. Ari Goldfield is a distinguished Buddhist teacher, translator and scholar who trained for eleven years under the renowned Tibetan master, Khenpo Tsultrim Gyamtso Rinpoche, as his translator, attendant, and close disciple. Rose Taylor is a Buddhist translator and second-generation Buddhist teacher. She was raised in the Shambhala tradition of Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche, and since 2002 has been guided as a practitioner and teacher by Khenpo Tsultrim Rinpoche. In these classes we will learn the essential view of wisdom as the Buddha taught it in the Prajnaparamita (Transcendent Wisdom) Sutras, and how we as modern individuals can connect with it and sustain it. We will also practice body-based meditation techniques that can enhance our practice and help us manifest wisdom's awareness in our own daily experience. Classes are as follows: Friday, Nov. 4, 7-9 PM; Saturday, Nov. 5, 10AM-noon and 2-4 PM; and Sunday, Nov. 6, 10AM-noon and 2-4 PM. There will be time for questions and discussion at each teaching session. Suggested Donation: $25/session or $100 for the weekend. Cash or check only. All events will be held at Kagyu Sukha Chöling, 109 Clear Creek Drive, Ashland OR, [email protected],, 541.552.1769.

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