The Six Ways of Ruling: Surviving, Transforming, and Working with Others
January 31–February 2, 2014
Why are other people so hard to work with? Why is it so difficult to get things done? And what about changing the course of history so that we don’t destroy ourselves and our planet in the meantime?
If you find yourself asking these questions, and wishing there was another way of living and working with others, you might have a lot to offer during this weekend of learning and practicing The Six Ways of Ruling.
This unique stream of the Shambhala teachings on Enlightened Society directly addresses the panic, greed and aggression of our times. The Six Ways of Ruling also offer an experimental approach for surviving, transforming and working with the challenges we face at home, at work and in ourselves.
Originally transmitted in secret, these teachings are now being offered as a public weekend program led by the President of Shambhala, Richard Reoch.
Richard Reoch is the former media chief of Amnesty International, the human rights organization, and a lifelong campaigner for peace and the environment. His work has taken him to conflict zones around the world. As the President of Shambhala, he has a wealth of experience in applying The Six Ways of Ruling and now travels widely sharing his insights with others.