Shambhala Training Level I: The Art of Being Human

with Roger Guest

November 3rd—November 5th (2017)

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  • $125 Member
  • $125 Non-Member
  • $50 Returning student
Room: Main Shrine Room

The Art of Being Human introduces the concept of basic goodness as the unconditional ground of existence. Through the practice of meditation we experience the realization that basic goodness provides an alternative to being trapped in repetitive habitual patterns. This, in turn, brings us a sense of joy and appreciation of what it means to be fully human.

We are always willing to work with financial obstacles and find alternative means for paying for programs. No one will be turned away due to the inability to pay the full cost of the program.

We request that you pre-register at least 10 days prior to the program. The yellow registration link below will bring you directly to the registration process. 

Roger Guest is a psychotherapist and substance abuse counselor in Vermont. He has been teaching and practicing in the Shambhala community since the 1970's. A close student of Ven Chogyam Trungpa, Rinpoche, Roger served as the Executive Director of Karme-Choling from 1980 to 1986 and is the author a book on the Shambhala and Buddhist traditions from a student's perspective entitled "The Tender Heart of Sadness."