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Lions Roar : January 2007
www.DharmaOcean.org I n the Tibetan Buddhist tradition, the body is considered the gateway to enlightenment—to discover the body is to discover awareness and, eventually, the awakened state. Created for meditators of all levels, this in-depth training focuses on a series of powerful “body-based awareness” exercises drawn from Tibetan Yoga. The program consists of two residential retreats and—to help deepen your practice between retreats—an extensive at-home curriculum that includes recorded lectures, guided somatic practices on CD, readings, and contact with a personal meditation instructor. Designed as a five-month program for optimum integration into your daily life, “Meditating with the Body” is a unique opportunity to study in-depth with Dr. Reggie Ray. Attendance is limited to 60 participants. For more information and to register, please visit www.DharmaOcean.org. Meditating with the Body 2007 April 12 –15, SepteMBer 12–16 A five-month training for touching enlightenment with the body • At each retreat, a private meeting with Reggie Ray to discuss your personal questions and experiences • In-depth instruction in mindfulness- awareness practice (shamatha- vipassana) and how to establish strong inner and outer sitting posture based on the principles of alignment, relaxation, and awareness • Uncovering the genesis and nature of the “self,” including how and why it is created and maintained • Extensive instruction in the Tibetan Yoga practices of prana breathing, earth breathing, diagnostic breathing, and many more breath-awareness exercises • Working directly with physical discomfort, illness, and disease • Experiencing the body as the expression of your personal karmic history • Relating to the body as the manifestation of enlightenment itself prOgrAM HigHligHtS Dr. reggie rAy ... is one of the most innovative and experienced meditation teachers currently teaching in the West, drawing on 38 years of study within the Tibetan tradition and many years of solitary and group retreat practice. He teaches within the dharma and meditation lineages of the great siddha Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche. On the faculty of Naropa University since its beginning, he is the author of Indestructible Truth, Secret of the Vajra World, Buddhist Saints in India, In the Presence of Masters, and other books. DO14_SS_fp.indd 1 9/27/06 4:29:14 PM