Lojong: The Living Tradition of the Universal Hero/Heroine
Friday, March 16, 7:00 p.m. – Sunday, March 18, 3:30 p.m.
Tibetan Buddhism is comprised of lineages of transmission coming from India. Lojong is the code name for a lineage of meditation and contemplation that forms an important foundation for all schools and sects of Tibetan Buddhism. The term literally means "Mind Transformation," but refers to specific methods for cultivating wisdom and compassion on a daily basis, and bringing them to full fruition. We will learn more about the methods of Lojong and have time for practice over the course of the retreat, including an initiation known as The Three Wrathfuls: Vajrapani, Hayagriva and Garuda.
Lama Glenn Mullin trained in Tibetan Buddhism in the Himalayas for 15 years, and has published some 30 books on Tibetan Buddhism. He has taught Buddhist meditation for the past 30 years, often touring for six months of the year through North America, Asia, and Europe. He also leads pilgrimages through the sacred sites of Nepal, Tibet, and Bhutan each year. For more, visit www.glennmullin.com.
As there is limited space, early registration is encouraged.
Retreat sessions, meals, private lodging—$350
Retreat sessions, meals, shared lodging—$250
Retreat sessions, meals—$150
Hear Glenn’s talk “Spiritual Adventures in Bhutan: A Travelogue with Glenn Mullin” on March 15.