Shamata, the Tibetan Buddhist Practice of Calm Abiding

Community Event: Shamata, the Tibetan Buddhist Practice of Calm Abiding with Namchak Khen Rinpoche

Before the rush of the holidays set in, take a weekend to slow down, find your center, and experience the joy available in all seasons. Join Tibetan master teacher and scholar Namchak Khen Rinpoche for an intimate weekend meditation retreat focused on the foundational practice of Calm Abiding meditation, or Shamata.

The Shamata retreat will be a blend of teaching and practice with the aim of cultivating more calm and center in your life. In his profound yet humorous style, Khen Rinpoche will teach you how to build the backbone of your meditation practice and provide tangible ways to embody compassion, joy, and courage so you show up as your best self at work, home, and in relationships.

This retreat is perfect for beginner and experienced meditators alike!

Details

December 7-9, 2018
Friday: 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm
Saturday 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
Sunday 10:00 am – 6:00 pm

What to expect from this retreat

• An exploration of Shamata practice
• Guided meditations
• Techniques to incorporate meditation practices into everyday life
• Opportunity to ask questions of a Tibetan master

About the Teacher

Khen Rinpoche completed the study of all the Indian Buddhist philosophical traditions and the Nyingma School of Tibetan Buddhism under numerous master teachers. He also completed an additional nine years of rigorous training and served at the Namdroling monastery for several years. Enthroned as Khenpo by HH Penor Rinpoche, he taught at the Shedras of Ringo Tulku and Shechen Monastery for many years. Khen Rinpoche strictly abides by his precepts in everyday life and is diligent in his practice. He visits and teaches around the world, including the Namchak Foundation and the Namchak Retreat Ranch in Montana, as well as in Taiwan, Hong Kong, and other locations. While in the U.S., he resides and meditates at the Garden of One Thousand Buddhas in Arlee, Montana.

Tuition

Our intention is to make this workshop accessible to all. If the program costs present a financial barrier, please contact jessica@namchak.org.
• $200 general admission* or $100 if first time at a Namchak weekend workshop
• $100 for 65+ seniors and students
• Work-study positions are also available.

Notes

Stipends to help offset the cost of childcare are also available. Please contact jessica@namchak.org for more information.
Beverages and snacks will be provided, lunches will be on your own. There will be ample time to leave the retreat to eat lunch nearby.

Registration

Registration via Eventbrite.

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