Shambhala Meditation Practicum I
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The Shambhala tradition, taught by Chogyam Trungpa, Rinpoche, is a secular path of
spiritual training. Students learn sitting meditation and study the principles of
Shambhala Warriorship, which involves developing personal courage and social responsibility.
The class combines meditation, writing and a variety of exercises to give direct experience
of mindfulness and our own senses. The connection between the arts and meditation
is also explored and would be of interest to anyone exploring their own creative process.
A slogan of the class is notice what you notice (a phrase Allen Ginsberg coined).
Cross-listed as TRA100.Course Number: