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Foundations of Mahamudra

Menucha Retreat and Conference Center
December 1 (Arrive by 5:00 pm) - December 4 (1:30 pm), 2016
Limited to 12 participants.  
Cost: $335  (Meals included. Lodging in doubles and triples.)

Mahamudra is considered to be one of the most profound practices in Tibetan Buddhism.  Even as new pracitioners, through the practices of this Dharma Ocean lineage, we can touch into the fruition of this practice to both inspire and guide us forward.  

Drop deeper into practice, broaden your view, and enjoy the sangha during this three day retreat in the beautiful Columbia River Gorge.     

Scholarships may be available if donations are made to the fund for that purpose.  Please be in touch if you either require a scholarship to attend, or if you would like to make a donation to the fund.

Amy will be leading this retreat.  

About Menucha: https://menucha.org/home
Questions about the retreat?  portland@dharmaocean.org

The view from our Shrine Room:


Mahamdura Poem
Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche

You must examine the nature of mind.
It is like a white lily growing alone in the jungle.
It has one drop of water resting on a leaf.
It's inherent nature is perfection.
Smell its fragrance.
Touch its petals.
Its roots grow deep in the ground,
But its expression is reaching toward the sun.
It is filled with beauty.
It is filled with desire.
It is filled with sadness.
It is utterly content within all of its longing.

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