“Avoid being narrow-minded and bound to present views.… Through compassionate dialogue, help others renounce fanaticism and
narrowness” – Thich Nhat Hanh
In these charged times, it is important for all of us to pause and reflect upon where we are coming from, so that we can respond to challenges wisely rather than add to the collective confusion. The goal of any spiritual practice is to connect us to our own basic sanity, which gives us a ground for intelligent and heartfelt action. When our minds and hearts are clear and open, the difficulties we face may even bring out the best of our human potential.
Join us for an inspiring and provocative weekend as Elizabeth Mattis Namgyel shares her insights on navigating today’s world, based on Thich Nhat Hanh’s Fourteen Precepts of Engaged Buddhism and on her own extensive experience as a Buddhist practitioner.
SCHEDULE (Eastern Time Zone)
Saturday, April 29: 8:30 am–4:00 pm
Sunday, April 30: 8:30 am–12:00 pm
A hot, vegetarian lunch (with dairy-free and gluten-free options) will be available for $8 on Saturday. Purchase lunch here.
For more information about attending a program at Pema Osel, including driving directions, lodging suggestions, and answers to frequently asked questions, please download Pema Osel’s visitor’s guide. If you have further questions, please email Pema Osel’s Events Coordinator or call (802) 333-4521.
VIDEO STREAMING, $55 Full Program
All three talks will be video streamed live with the opportunity for real-time questions. Video streaming registrants will have access to the live-streamed program and to the video recordings, which will be available for 30 days after the conclusion of the program. Note that ticket sales and event viewing is handled through MSB’s Cleeng site.
Audio streaming will not be available for this program. You can learn more about video streaming above.
You may cancel your registration up to the day the program begins. We charge a 6% service fee for all cancellations of orders.
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