A short drop-in practice from Tsokyni Rinpoche, who will be teaching at our Waking Up In Every Moment community retreat.
Melissa Myozen Blacker proposes that awakening isn’t that complicated. It’s when we encounter something just as it is, without preconception.
The more carefree you are from deep within, the better your dharma practice is.
Tynette Deveaux reflects on the 2015 Lion’s Roar retreat and looks ahead to the next one, “Finding Freedom From Painful Emotions,” taking place this summer.
In this personal story of waking up on the spot, Joan Halifax recalls a lesson that won’t be forgotten.
These days, if an aversive reaction starts to form in my mind, I think to myself, “Wait! Don’t disturb the peace!”
Sylvia Boorstein, Melissa Myozen Blacker, and Tsoknyi Rinpoche. Photo by Bill Sweeney. “Waking Up in Every Moment,” this year’s Shambhala Sun Community retreat/weekend at Omega Institute, wrapped up Sunday morning, and we want to thank all those of you who joined in — whether in person at the Omega campus, or as one 2,000+ people […]
Everything you need to know to get the most of our upcoming “Waking Up in Every Moment” retreat, in person and by livestream.
They say that fences make good neighbors, but in this story of waking up on the spot, Kate Wheeler learns that some barriers should just come down.
We’re pleased to make this community retreat, with teachers from the Zen, Tibetan, and Insight traditions, accessible to everyone, everywhere.