Nalandabodhi Open Retreat June 26-28 - Nalandabodhi Seattle

Nalandabodhi Open Retreat June 26-28

An open, online retreat with Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche, Acharya Lama Tenpa and other Nalandabodhi teachers

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Be Wise, Go Kind: Uncertainty as an Opportunity

Many of us are facing an uncertain reality where our routines, habits, and norms have shifted beneath our feet. This space of uncertainty can be scary, but by connecting with our natural wisdom and compassion, uncertainty becomes a wonderful opportunity for positive change.

During this retreat we will have a chance to look at our life’s purpose, create opportunities for embodying kindness, and begin to craft our own personal roadmap to living fully and meaningfully in the face of uncertainty.

This online retreat will feature teachings by acclaimed Buddhist teachers Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche and Acharya Lama Tenpa Gyaltsen. Personal explorations and guided meditations will be led by Nalandabodhi senior teachers Mark Power and Lee Worley.

During this weekend you will:

  • Create opportunities for embodying kindness and compassion.
  • Learn practical tools to work with others in society for positive change.
  • Develop skills to live more fully and meaningfully in the face of uncertainty.

Let’s make this time meaningful. Join us for a profound weekend of inner and outer discovery!

Details and a Zoom link will be emailed to you upon completing registration.

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