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Lions Roar : September 2006
SHAMBHALA SUN SEPTEMBER 2006 88 A quiet, peaceful place of rest, reflection and renewal known for its beautiful facilities, excellent meals and breathtaking views of the high plains and volcanic peaks of northeastern New Mexico. Available for individual and small group retreats. Upcoming programs include: Writing as Transformation. Friday-Sunday, Sept. 15-17. Everything is held together with stories. To direct the stories you tell is to shape the course of your life. Learn to weave your memories together into a bigger story that moves readers’ hearts and changes your life. Enjoy laughter, sharing, discussion and creativity as you participate in writing exercises, storytelling groups and lots of writing. Lisa Dale Norton is Visiting Writer at Pacific Lutheran University and teaches creative nonfiction for the UCLA Writers Extension Program. Fee: $350. Callings: How is Life Beckoning You? Friday-Sunday, Oct. 20-22. Callings is an ancient concept, honoring an invisible force that coaxes us toward a goal or greater purpose. This workshop seeks to increase your capacity to listen, to see, and to feel. It provides multi-sensory experiences, utilizing images, video, body-mind awareness, core questions, and a Mandala-council process. For people in transition or who seek inspiration and a larger perspective on their lives and destiny. Marilyn Hardy, MS, rehabilitation counseling, is a certified Feldenkrais practitioner. Fee: $350. What is Buddhism? An Exploration of Buddhist Teachings and Practice. Friday-Sunday, Oct. 27-29. Who was the Buddha and what did he teach? What is Buddhist meditation about? What do Buddhists hope to accomplish through their religious practice? What can non-Buddhists learn from the Buddhist spiritual path? Basic introduction, instruction and experience in Tibetan Buddhist meditation will be offered by Don Handrick, a Tibetan Buddhist practitioner who teaches for the Foundation for the Preservation of the Mahayana Tradition. Fee: $300. Drawing on her experience as a first-time mother, and on her years of Zen meditation and study, Karen Miller explores how the daily challenges of par- enthood can become the most profound spiritual journey of our lives. In her gentle and reassuring vo- ice, she offers encouragement for the hard days, consolation for the long haul, and the light- heartedness every new mom needs to face the crooked path of motherhood straight on. Karen Maezen Miller is a mother, wife, writer, and Zen Buddhist priest. $19.95hardcover TRUMPETER BOOKS Visit w w w.sha mbhala.com to receive a 20% discount An imprint of Shambhala Publications, Inc. Momma Zen walking the crooked path of motherhood