with Acharya Moh Hardin
This program is the culmination of the Way of Shambhala I. It is a weekend that emphasizes genuine confidence and steadfastness in facing the world's challenges. The contentment, joy, fearlessness and wisdom of the Way of Shambhala culminates in unconditional confidence.
This weekend workshop led by Acharya Moh Hardin introduces the teachings of enlightened leadership. With the great problems now facing human society, it seems increasingly important to find simple ways to bring compassionate and strong leadership to the world, even in small ways.
The Rigden Weekend includes the opportunity to take the new Shambhala Vow and receive a Shambhala name. The Shambhala Vow is an acknowledgement and proclamation that basic goodness is the essential nature of humanity. Family and friends of participants are welcome to witness the vow ceremony on Sunday afternoon and attend the reception afterward.
For those who choose to take the Shambhala Vow, a brief minute naming interview will be scheduled with Acharya Hardin and Sangyum Grieve. Once you have registered, you will be contacted to set up an interview.
Program Eligibility. Students must meet ONE of the following requirements:
- Completion of Shambhala Training Levels 1 thru 5 and most of the Everyday Life programs: Contentment, Joy, Fearlessness and Wisdom. **
- Graduates of the Sacred Path program
- Attendance at Enlightened Society Assembly or Sutrayana Seminary
- Shambhala Vajrayana students
**If you do not meet all of these prerequisites but want to seek permission to attend, please email Joan Keagy firstname.lastname@example.org
Early registration will facilitate planning that is needed for a successful program.
- $150 Regular
- $125 Member
- $ 60 Repeat
- For everyone, it is appropriate to also offer a heartfelt teaching gift to the preceptors. Envelopes will be available.
HOW TO PAY
Tuition may be paid online when you register, in person, or by mail. If you wish to pay by check, please make it payable to Dallas Shambhala Mediation Center, and denote the workshop name to ensure accurate credit of your payment.
1. Secure Online payment: use the Pay Now button and pay with your bank card or checking account when you register.
Note: If paying for more than one person with the same bank card or bank account, combine the payments on one of the registrations and write the registrant names in the payment comment box along with the program
2. In person: cash and checks are accepted any time the Center is open.
3. Payments by mail: send checks to Dallas Shambhala Meditation Center, 13720 Midway Road, Suite 108, Farmers Branch, TX 75244
OTHER INFORMATION ABOUT PAYMENT
Generosity Policy & Scholarships
- Generosity Policy applies: The Dallas Shambhala Center does not wish restricted finances ever to interfere with one's ability to receive the teachings -- please pay what you can. If you have the resources, please apply generosity. More information here.
- A limited number of Scholarships are available for eligible participants. IF you wish to be considered, please apply by completing and submitting this application.
Questions are welcomed.
If you need to arrange a payment plan or negotiate a reduced tuition, please make arrangements prior to the program by contacting Joan Keagy, Practice and Study Coordinator
Moh Hardin, author of A Little Book of Love, trained directly under the guidance of Vidyadhara Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche and Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche. He serves as Regional Acharya for the Atlantic Provinces of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island and Newfoundland, and the states of Texas and Louisiana. He visits the Shambhala Centers in these regions regularly, teaching and working with students.