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Lions Roar : July 2010
In one of her final teaching appearances in the San Francisco Bay Area, beloved teacher Ani Perna Chödrön will teach us how to work with our fear and anxiety using gentleness and inquisitiveness. We learn to do this through the practice of meditation which leads us to befriend our fear and helps us find peace in our lives. Ani Perna plans to spend more of her time in retreat in the coming years and this is a rare opportunity to spend a full weekend with her in person. This retreat includes additional meditation sessions led by Carolyn Rose Gimian, the editor of Smile at Fear, a recently published book of teachings by the great Tibetan master Chögyam Trungpa, Rinpoche. Perna Chödrön's accessible style and deep understanding of meditation practice and her insight into how to apply the teachings to everyday life makes this program suitable for those new to meditation as well as longtime practitioners. This special event will sell out quickly. Early registration is suggested. This event is a benefit for the Northern California Shambhala meditation centers and the Perna Chödrön Foundation. Photo of Ani Perna: Christine Alicino Register Now for a Rare Bay Area Weekend Retreat with em a .. o .. rOD One of the most distinguished Tibetan Buddhist teachers of our time SMILE AT FEAR: Finding a True Heart of Bravery October 15, 16 and 17 Friday evening, Saturday & Sunday Friday 7:00 pm (doors open at 5:30) Saturday and Sunday, 9 am to 5:30 pm (doors open at 8 am) To register, go to www.SmileAtFear.com or call1-800-S9S-4849 $285 per person (before June 1,2010) $315 per person (after June 1,2010) $350 per person (onsite same-day registration) Lunch tickets may be purchased during advance registration (not at the door), or you may bring your lunch. Free parking. This weekend will be held at the stunning Craneway Pavilion overlooking San Francisco Bay in the Marina District of Richmond. With breathtaking waterfront views, the venue provides a peaceful urban retreat environment. www.craneway.com