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WEEKEND RETREAT: Emotional Intelligence with Khenmo Drolma
March 10 @ 8:00 pm - March 12 @ 4:00 pmFree
Spend a weekend in retreat, learning about meditation and your emotions. Khenmo Drolma will give meditation instructions and teach from Shantideva’s writings on the Courage of Patience to illuminate wise and skillful action for every situation. This retreat will incorporate group sitting meditation, walking meditation on the beaches and interviews.
This retreat is a silent retreat.
It will start on March 10th, at 8pm; it ends on Sunday, March 12th, at 4pm. Advance registration is required for all participants. If you register to stay overnight and decide not to attend, please inform us as soon as possible, so another person may come in your place.
Registration to this retreat does not reserve you a spot. A confirmation email will be sent to all participants who have signed-up on a first-come-first basis. All others are to be considered on a waiting list.
HOW TO REGISTER:
1. SIGN-UP FOR YOUR PREFERRED EVENTBRITE TICKET
2. FILL-IN THIS RETREAT FORM
3. A WEEK BEFORE THE RETREAT YOU WILL RECEIVE A CONFIRMATION EMAIL WITH SCHEDULE AND WHAT TO BRING
There is no price tag to participate in this retreat, because it is offered on a Dana (generosity) basis: please donate what you can and what you wish in order to make the program available to other people. Please note that if you register and do not attend without giving us sufficient notice, you may be blacklisted from future events.
ABOUT THE TEACHER:
The abbess of Vajra Dakini Nunnery in Lincoln, Vermont, Khenmo Drolma is a bhikshuni (nun) in the Drikung Kagyu tradition of Tibetan Buddhism. A heart student of Ven. Dhyani, who she studied with for over 20 years, she has trained with the foremost Tibetan Buddhist teachers of our time, including H.H. Dalai Lama, H.H. Chetsang Rinpoche (head of the Drikung Kagyu Lineage), and Ven. Pema Chodron. A former college professor, she has a wide scope of experience ranging from Tibetan arts to Buddhist philosophy as well as stories of adventures within the Tibetan community and traveling throughout Asia.