Meditation: The Way of the Buddha

January 2nd—February 6th (2022)

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    Room: Main Meditation Hall

    We are pleased to announce a new course being launched by Shambhala Online in December 2021. Shambhala of Lexington is offering program registrants the opportunity to participate in this program at our center.

    You may register now at shambhalaonline.org. PLEASE USE THE FOLLOWING LINK WHEN YOU REGISTER AND THE LEXINGTON CENTER WILL RECEIVE 20% OF THE REGISTRATION FEE: Lexington Registration Link

    Meditation: The Way of the Buddha - A Six-Week Online Course

    Discover the power of meditation.

    Two-Hour Online Sessions Sundays at 1pm Eastern Standard Time
    Live sessions on Jan 2, 9, 16, 23, 30, & Feb 6, 2022
    Access to course materials opens on December 26, 2021
    Patron Price: $395 Full Tuition: $295
    Subsidized Scholarship Tuition: $195 (limited availability) If the subsidized tuition is not possible for you, please email [email protected] and indicate what amount you can pay. No one will be turned away for lack of funds.

    Learn or refresh your connection to the practice of meditation as taught by Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche, based on archival talks in the summer of 1974 to an audience of new students. Although decades old, these presentations retain the same freshness and dynamism as when they were first brought from Tibet to the West, and are a reminder of Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche’s incomparable mastery at communicating Buddhist teachings to a Western audience. These short talks - from mindfulness practice, to awareness practice, to the realization of emptiness - will be supported by further commentary and facilitated discussions by some of today’s leading teachers of Buddhism in the West, many of whom were actually present during these talks in 1974, including: 

    Pema Chödron, Dale Asrael, Dorje Löppon Lödro Dorje, Gaylon Ferguson, Arawana Hayashi, Marty Janowitz, Larry Mermelstein, and Judith Simmer-Brown.

    This course also includes the possibility of connecting in-person (or online) with a local study group in cities and regions where there are multiple registrants. 

    If you are interested in participating in the program in person, with others, at the Lexington center, contact Lucia [email protected] or Shelley [email protected]