Opening our eyes to how deeply interconnected we are to all life.
About this event
Interdependence: Meditation and the Ecology of the Heart
You can attend this event either in person at the venue or online on Zoom.
With Tergar Instructor Myoshin Kelley
Saturday, Oct 1st, 2022 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
Sunday, Oct 2nd, 2022 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
The ticket prices range
Sponsor Fee – $200
Basic Fee – $120
Reduced Fee – $85
When you sign up please choose either a ticket for attending IN PERSON at the venue or ONLINE. We will be sending online registrants a Zoom link closer to the time of the event.
We strive to offer programs like this one as broadly as we can, regardless of ability to pay. If your ability to pay makes it difficult to attend this program, we will make every effort to make attendance possible. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
This fee includes dana offering for the teacher.
Meditation helps us to become more at ease in our own being. As we come to know ourselves in this authentic way, our eyes open to how deeply interconnected we are to all of life. To harm another is to harm ourselves. As long as others are suffering, we too suffer. Broadening our view leads to a qualitative difference in how we live our lives, knowing how deeply entwined we are. During this meditation weekend, we will experience the truth of interconnectedness through awareness and compassion practice, teachings, and discussion, so that we may live from this place of a wise and compassionate heart.
As well, we will explore how meditation can help us understand our interdependence.
This retreat is suitable for all meditators and a great support for those who have done any of the Path of Liberation or Joy of Living courses.
Cancellation Policy: Attendees will receive full refunds up to September 23; after that we will retain the admin fee of $25.
About the Instructor
Myoshin Kelley attended her first meditation retreat in 1975 at the age of 20. Through the ensuing years she has received dharma instructions from several renowned Buddhist meditation masters in the Theravada, Zen, and Vajrayana traditions. In 1994 she accompanied her husband, Edwin, to the Insight Meditation Society (IMS) in Barre, MA, where she was trained as a meditation teacher by Joseph Goldstein and Sharon Salzburg. She was the inaugural resident teacher at the long term practice center at the Forest Refuge. Myoshin was introduced to Vajrayana teachings in 1993 and met Mingyur Rinpoche in 1998. She moved to Minneapolis in 2010 to help support Mingyur Rinpoche in his worldwide vision and leads programs internationally.