Sacred Community Salons - Fearless Wisdom: The Path of the Outrageous and Inscrutable Warrior

with Acharya Susan Chapman

April 20th—May 13th (2017)

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  • $150 Program Price
  • $190 Generosity Price
  • $75 Repeat
Program Registration is Closed.

We are delighted to announce the new Sacred Community Salons. These salons were developed by Acharya Susan Chapman and are the new mandala-wide format for what used to be called the Sacred Path. The salons offer an opportunity for the community to gather, deepen their study, and to support and celebrate each other on an ongoing basis.

In the Fearless Wisdom: The Path of the Outrageous and Inscrutable Warrior part of the Sacred Communities Salons, we will be hearing, contemplating, and meditating on the meaning of the Outrageous and Inscrutable sections of the Letter of the Black Ashe terma. The salons also include opportunities for new methods of dialogue, exchange, and community engagement.

Please note the change in format: The course consists of four Thursday night salons (4/20, 4/27, 5/4, 5/11). Please try to join us for sitting at 6pm. The talk will start at 7pm. Different from previous courses in the series there are four salons, one Sunday morning (May 7), and a final full-day retreat (5/13) ending with a Full Moon Shambhala Sadhana Gathering. Participants will have a chance to apply the view of the dignities of outrageous and inscrutable by hosting the Full Moon Shambhala Sadhana Gathering for the community as the culmination of the course. All of these components are part of the course and should not be missed (if you have a scheduling conflict, please arrange with your dekyong before the course starts how to make up what will be missed). 

This course is open to all those who have already received the Letter of the Black Ashe. Acharya Chapman warmly invites all Sacred Path students and tantrikas to enage this new approach to the Sacred Path.

For those who are repeating the study of these sections of the terma the program cost is by donation (suggested donation $75).