Sacred Path IV & V: Meek & Perky

with Renee Cowan

March 8th—March 10th

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    Price:
  • $215 Full Price
  • $260 Sponsor
  • $180 BSC Member
  • $140 Subsidized
  • Enter Your Own Donation Amount
Room: Shambhala Training Hall

Sacred Path IV & V: Meek and Perky
Friday March 8th, 7-9pm Mountain TIme
Saturday & Sunday, March 9th & 10th, 9am-6pm Mountain Time

This is a Hybrid program, in-person and Zoom. Please note in the comments when registering if you plan to attend in person or online.

Full Price: $210
Sponsor: $255
BSC Member: $175
Subsidized: $135

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The tuition includes a material fee included for The Dignities of Shambhala: A Sourcebook for the Sacred Path of the Warrior. Please register by February 23rd if possible so that we can place the material order and mail it to you if necessary.

At this point in the Sacred Path, The Four Dignities (Meek, Perky, Outrageous, Inscrutable) engage a warrior's maturing and widening sphere of benevolent engagement in the world. The training in the dignities allows one to maintain awareness and delight at each stage.

Meek is developing a grounded, humble, and gentle precision of a warrior's journey. Here one trains to overcome arrogance—the primary obstacle to learning.

Perky focuses on cultivating sharp, vibrant, and uplifted energy through natural discipline. Overcoming the trap of doubt, the warrior of perky is able to accomplish his or her activities with a sense of nobility and ease.

Prerequisites: Great Eastern Sun, Windhorse, and Drala Sacred Path programs.
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About the Sacred Path:

The Sacred Path series deepens the warrior's journey by introducing the root Shambhala teachings and their commentaries. The teachings are based on a societal vision and aspiration to bring forth the goodness of human beings as well as the goodness of human society.

During a series of visionary experiences that took place between 1976 and 1980, Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche wrote down the four root Shambhala texts. The Sacred Path is based on these texts. The Sacred Path presents extensive commentaries by Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche and Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche on how these teachings are relevant in modern times.

We are delighted that through sponsor support, we can offer pricing options. Registering as a sponsor generously supports those who cannot afford the full price. Thank you!

Generosity Policy: Please contact Ed Smutney at [email protected] if you need financial assistance to attend this program.

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