Saturday October 23, 10am to 3pm
Good and bad, happy and sad, thoughts vanish into emptiness like the imprint of a bird in the sky
This text first appeared in 1968. After more than 50 years, why do we still schedule Sadhana of Mahamudra practice at least once every month? Meditation master Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche described his inspiration as arising “from being exposed simultaneously to both Western spiritual materialism and the wisdom of the traditional Buddhist approach to reality.”
To explore this text and its power we can have no better guide than Larry Mermelstein, who is a founding member of the Nalanda Translation Committee, has been its Executive Director for over 40 years, and is a long-time consulting editor to Shambhala Publications.
Please join us for this special program on Saturday October 23, 10am to 3pm. No prior experience with the practice is required.
Cost: MBMC/SSBMS members – no charge. Non-Members $25
Donations to the Teacher (dana): Voluntary – by inspiration.
Registration: If you intend to participate, please email us by October 20. Note that NS regulations require proof of double vaccination to participate.
Further Information: Please email Mary Stevens.
This program is offered in-person only! Please make your own lunch arrangements.