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Calendar of Retreats and Gatherings

August, 2014

September, 2014

  • Traditional Chinese Medicine World Foundation: Allowing the Power of Nature to Release Limits
    Friday, September 5 – Sunday, September 7
    With prerequisites
    Autumn teaches us about letting go. It's the season of releasing what is no longer needed or useful. This weekend retreat helps students mesh with Nature's energetic vibration to relinquish unwanted habits, emotions and negative thought patterns.
  • Institute for Jewish Spirituality: Kivuun Retreat
    Tuesday, September 9 – Sunday, September 14
    By invitation
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  • Creating a Compassionate World: The Power of One
    Friday, September 12 – Sunday, September 14
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    Open to the public
    Contemplative practice ultimately takes us off the pillow, out of our temples and into the world. Six leading contemplative activists lead participants in reflection, dialogue and group skill-building to cultivate an engaged spirituality and deepening practice. Saturday daylong option available.
  • The New Seminary: Fall Intensive
    Friday, September 12 – Sunday, September 14
    By invitation
    The New Seminary's graduating/ordination participants take their final vows and prepare for ordination.
  • Contemplative-Based Resilience Training for Humanitarian Aid Workers with Experience in Haiti
    Monday, September 15 – Friday, September 19
    With prerequisites
    A skills-based, secular program that empowers humanitarian aid workers to create healthy and vibrant workplaces, affirming their resilience and ability to thrive, even in the face of challenging or overwhelming experiences. A program of Garrison Institute Transforming Trauma Initiative.
  • Altar of Creation: Brain Healing Master Class
    Thursday, September 18 – Sunday, September 21
    By invitation
    An energy/sacred geometry based program of manual healing with Dr. Steven Weiss.
  • Bon Shen Ling: Chod Practice Retreat with Chongtul Rinpoche
    Friday, September 19 – Sunday, September 21
    Open to the public
    Chod is the one of the most powerful meditation practices in Tibetan Bon and Buddhism. We are very fortunate that Chongtul Rinpoche will share the precious knowledge of the ancient Tibetan Chod practice with us here in the United States. We warmly welcome you to register for this very special three-day retreat.
  • Tergar Meditation Community: Joy of Living Level I – Calming the Mind
    Friday, September 19 – Sunday, September 21
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    Open to the public
    Calming the mind - how awareness meditation can be used to create a peaceful mind and joyful heart.
  • H.E. Trungram Gyaltrul Rinpoche: Discovering the Dharma Retreat
    Friday, September 19 – Wednesday, September 24
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    Open to the public
    An intensive retreat for those interested in exploring Buddhist teachings.
  • Oppression in the Soma - A Retreat of Exporation and Change
    Friday, September 26 – Sunday, September 28
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    Open to the public
    This retreat aims to explore, with a somatic lens, the many ways in which oppression limits our ability to acutely align our leadership with the values and principles that drive our work. By exploring the impact of social, economic and political conditions, and the oppressive nature of how these spheres function in our society, we can ultimately reveal the depths in which these oppressive societal conditions live in our beings and how they can limit the impact of our individual and collective leadership.
  • Focusing Institute: Advanced and Certification Weeklong
    Friday, September 26 – Thursday, October 2
    With prerequisites
    An annual weeklong retreat for Focusing practitioners and Certified Focusing Trainers to come together and strengthen the foundation of the community.

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