Maintaining Open-Hearted Confidence in Uncertain Times

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Maintaining Open-Hearted Confidence in Uncertain Times

Time: January 28, 2012 from 10am to 12pm
Location: Kagyu Sukha Choling
Street: 109 Clear Creek Drive
City/Town: Ashland, Oregon USA
Website or Map: http://www.kscashland.org
Phone: 541-552-1769
Event Type: community
Organized By: Lama Pema and Lama Yeshe
Latest Activity: Jan 25, 2012

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Simple meditative practice and contemplation can lead to a mature sense of equanimity and genuine openness in the changeable circumstances of our daily lives. This weekend retreat will include periods of meditation, guided visualization, and foundational teachings to enhance each individual’s inner resources of authentic strength, gentleness, and mindful awareness. Suggested donation: $20 per session or $80 for the weekend.

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