Program Details

The Wisdom of the Heart Sutra in Turbulent Times: Winter Retreat


with Moh Hardin
February 2 / 9:00 AM - February 3 / 3:00 PM

The Wisdom of the Heart Sutra in Turbulent Times: Winter Retreat with Acharya Moh Hardin


In this weekend program, we will practice and explore how the wisdom expressed in the Heart Sutra, one of Mahayana Buddhism’s most important teachings, directly applies as we experience current upheavals in our world and our community.


This exploration of the Heart Sutra with Acharya Hardin in relation to current events will be of interest to all levels of meditation practitioners. These principles are foundational to Shambhala Buddhism and all Mahayana Buddhist traditions.


Saturday February 2, 2019: 9 AM – 5 PM


Sunday February 3, 2019:  9 AM – 3 PM (reception following)


This program is open to all.


Early Registration until January 18, 2019


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Registration after January 18, 2019


0 Standard price / 0 Patron price


Please pre-register online so that we can properly prepare for amounts of food, staff, materials, etc. Payment is not required at the time of pre-registration. If price is an obstacle for you, please inquire about our Generosity Policy.


 


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.


If you have questions about the program, please contact Rose Ann Mancias at [email protected]


Houston Shambhala Meditation Group


808 W. Main St. / Houston 77006


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