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Lions Roar : January 2015
Retreats are held at our Blazing Mountain Retreat Center in Crestone, Colorado. For more information and to see a list of online programs, visit www.dharmaocean.org Sutrayana Study & Practice Intensive: Part One — Hinayana Tis online retreat led by Neil McKinlay ofers practitioners an opportunity to deepen their understanding and experience of the teachings embodied in the Dharma Ocean lineage. February 23, 2015 — May 5, 2015 • ONLINE PROGRAM Taking Refuge in the Body Tis enriching week-long retreat will provide a thorough grounding in the practices of embodied meditation: learning to come into, connect with, and understand the knowledge of our bodies. May 23, 2015 — May 31, 2015 Meditating with the Body® Tis in-depth training led by Tami Simon focuses on a series of powerful body-based awareness practices with two residential retreats bridged by a fve month, at-home curriculum. September 8, 2015 — February 21, 2016 The Power of Stillness in an Anxious Age Al Blum ofers experiential instruction on the path and practices of embodied meditation for those yearning for something real amidst the distraction and speed of contemporary life. October 17, 2015 — October 24, 2015 The Practice of Pure Awareness: Winter Dathün Join Dr. Reginald A. Ray for this life-changing opportunity to journey deep into the limitless openness, wisdom, and joy that are within each of us, waiting just beneath the surface. December 14, 2014 — January 11, 2015 The path and practice of embodied meditation The body is our forest, our jungle, the “outlandish” expanse where we might allow ourselves to be stripped down to our most irreducible person and see what, if anything, remains. In this, I am speaking not of the body we think we have. Rather, I am talking about the body that we meet when we are willing to descend into it, to surrender into its darkness and its mysteries, and to explore it with our awareness. — Reggie Ray D HARMA OCEAN 2015 RETREAT CALENDAR With Reggie Ray and Dharma Ocean Senior Teachers Dr. Reginald “Reggie” Ray draws on four decades of study and intensive meditation practice within the Tibetan Buddhist tradition to address the unique problems, inspirations, and spiritual imperatives of modern people. He is the founder and Spiritual Director of the Dharma Ocean Foundation, a non-proft educational organization offering residential retreats, online courses, and individual mentoring. The somatic practices of Meditating with the Body® are the signature emphasis of this lineage and provide the basis for discovering the openness, compassion, and vivid wakefulness of our lives.