Good Heart, Clear Mind – The 37 Practices of a Bodhisattva
A Contemplative Retreat with Keith Rowan
2nd – 16th June 2023
To wake up to our true nature takes us on a path that can be, at times, confusing. So many traditions, ideas and methods. There is a well understood, tried and tested progression underlying this array of choices which, taken step by step, leads to clarity and thus wisdom and liberation.
In the course of this two week retreat we will study and practice from The 37 Practices of a Bodhisattva, a condensed description of the entire path of mind training revealed by a remarkable Tibetan practitioner and scholar Thogme Zangpo. This text provides an overview of the whole path of awakening which, when practiced, will bring realisations that naturally unfold whether you are a beginner or experienced practitioner.
$1350 including food, accommodation and cook’s fee,
$1210 for members of the Wangapeka Educational Trust.
Plus dana/koha/donation for the teaching.
Keith Rowan has studied and practiced the Buddha’s teaching for over 45 years, received direct instruction from two wonderful teachers and received teachings from many others. He is not a monastic but has a lifetime of experience cultivating Buddhist understanding within the lifestyle of an urban dweller.
Information and Registration
If you would like further information, please contact Keith Rowan: email@example.com
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