Great Eastern Sun

with Shastri Betsy Pond

January 19th—January 20th (2019)

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    Price:
  • $165
  • $190 Patron Price
  • $110 Repeating Price
  • ($55.00 Material Fee included in each price.)
Room: 5001 S Fulton Ave, Tulsa

The vision of the Great Eastern Sun is the entrance into sacred world and the practice of creating an uplifted and sane society. This program teaches one how to see the Great Eastern Sun, the primordial energy and brilliance that is the basis of all that exists.

This level is the introduction to the Sacred Path program, which continues to bring the principles of warriorship and the practice of mindfulness-awareness into daily life. In particular, it is designed to nurture the student's natural ability to experience the world as sacred and his or her aspiration to create an enlightened society.

Prerequisites:

Completion of Levels I-V and the Everyday Life Series are required. Completion of Rigden Weekend and the Basic Goodness Series are strongly encouraged.

 
Please register as soon as you can.
If you preferr to pay cash or check you can ignore the pay pall schreen.
Program price includes a $55 materials fee.

Betsy Pond

Shastri Betsy Pond is a senior teacher whose involvement with Shambhala began in 1990 when she began looking for meditation teachings and found a small group that met in a boxcar in San Antonio. Her 35 years as a psychotherapist provided extensive experience as a clinician, leading groups and providing talks and teachings in professional and educational settings. These experiences became a strong basis for bringing the Shambhala teachings into real life. Betsy is a student of Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche and in 2010 was invited to fill the role of Shastri in San Antonio. Betsy teaches meditation and leads programs on the inherent goodness and sanity, wisdom and decency of humanity and society as presented in the Shambhala Buddhist teachings.