Journey from the Head to the Heart: Warriorship in Modern Society

with Acharya Moh Hardin

April 29th (2017)

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  • $100 Patron
  • $75 Regular

The Shambhala community worldwide is making a journey from the head to the heart.” - Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche

In this workshop, we will explore the warrior’s journey to the heart of the matter, to the heart of the dharma, and to the heart of our humanity. By relating directly and intuitively to our experience we rediscover our original wholeness. This heals our wounds, quells our anger and fear, and opens us to our indisputable interconnection with all of life and the universe in which we live.

The weekend workshop is in itself a whole, but for those whose schedule or priorities prevent attending both days, you are invited to attend one.

On Saturday, we will explore how we are contributing to creating the meditation culture of the future, a warrior culture based on the principle of basic goodness.

On Sunday, we will work with opening forgotten pathways of communication with our self, each other, and our world. 

You may register for either or both days.  One day program fee $75; patron $100.  

Moh Hardin is an acharya, one of only 40 senior teachers in the world that Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche has empowered to represent him due of their knowledge, wisdom, and commitment to the Shambhala teachings.

The son of a Methodist minister, Acharya Hardin graduated from Duke University with a BA in music. He resides in Halifax, Nova Scotia. He serves as Regional Acharya for the Southwest Regional Shambhala Centers and for the Atlantic Provinces of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island and Newfoundland. He visits these centers each year, teaching and working with students. He is the author of A Little Book of Love.