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Being Brave in Halifax

Ani Pema Chodron, Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche, and Adam Lobel at Sangha Retreat in Halifax. Photo courtesy of Marvin Moore and the Chronicles. © Marvin Moore.

The Chronicles of CTR covers the recent Sangha Retreat in Halifax, titled Being Brave: Transforming Our World, which took place in Halifax, Nova Scotia, August 5-10. Here’s an excerpt from Bonnie Rabin’s account of the Sakyong’s teaching at this retreat:

Sakyong Mipham, embodying the themes of basic goodness and enlightened society, encouraged us, in our meditation, to ask ourselves how we feel. Whatever we are feeling is a doorway. The only real obstacle to connecting to basic goodness is not knowing. Be awake and open to your own experience. Feel your heart. Look inside, be a spy. Treat yourself as your own beloved child. When we begin to trust and respect our worthiness, the notion of bravery is kindled in our hearts and minds. Then together, we can create enlightened society.

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3 responses to “ Being Brave in Halifax ”
  1. Linda V. Lewis
    Sep 1, 2011
    Reply

    Sweet! What a good pith instruction from that talk. Thanks for the reminder.

  2. Sarah Lipton
    Aug 26, 2011
    Reply

    I believe videos from the Sangha Retreats will be available from Shambhala Media, coming soon. Check it out at: http://www.shambhalamedia.org.

  3. Martha Heinz
    Aug 25, 2011
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    I would love to purchase videos of this sangha retreat to broadcast at our Shambhala Center. Is this possible?


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