These Sunday afternoon programs begin with sitting meditation and compassion practice, which help participants nurture their inner strength and grow spiritually. These are followed by a discussion of various Buddhist topics. This free program is open to the public and suitable for all; you may join for some or all of the afternoon.
The Tibetan Book of the Dead and the Kabbalah offer transformational insight into the enigmatic mysteries of living and dying, bereavement and healing. Studying these sacred texts, participants will be guided to explore the journey of their own lives.
What is Buddhism? Its history? Its relevance today? In an easy-to-digest approach we will discuss the many concepts and meditation practices in Buddhism and how they form an interlocking and cohesive spiritual path toward greater awareness.
Our weekend together will be a unique blend of Shamanic energy healing and Somatic movement. Both modalities delve into the unconscious, or that which is unknown to us, and offer us ways to integrate body and soul.
With Anna Winkler, Bob Blanton, Madalina Blanton, Kati Walker, Gary Wheaton and John Henderson
June 5 - 7, 2020
Dharmakaya Center for Wellbeing
One of our most popular programs, Meditation and Movement explores a wide range of meditative practices—including shamata, yoga, walking meditation, guided compassion meditation, personal outdoor meditation, reiki, qi gong, and singing bowls.
H.E. Trungram Gyaltrul Rinpoche outlines the entire Tibetan Buddhist path using teachings from Gampopa’s Jewel Ornament of Liberation. He discusses the mind of ignorance and insight, the path of practice and the teacher-student connection, all over five days of engaged learning and guided practice.
Dharmakaya Center For Wellbeing
191 Cragsmoor Road Cragsmoor, New York 12566