Shambhala Meditation Dathun: Feeling, Being and Touching Basic Goodness: Weekthun II
Acharya Daniel Hessey and Shastri Holly Gayley
December 21–28, 2012
- $735.00 – dorm room, shared bathroom
- $880.00 – double room, private bathroom
- $1,030.00 – single room, shared bathroom
- $1,175.00 – single room, private bathroom
- $1,610.00 – junior suite, private bathroom
- $560.00 – second person in single private bathroom or jr. suite
- $735.00 – Red Feather Cabin: double room, shared bathhouse
- $560.00 – Seasonal Dormitories: dorm room, shared bathouse
- $400.00 – Generosity Policy: dorm room accommodations
The Shambhala Meditation Dathun can be taken in it’s entirety or in weekly segments. If you wish to enter in the Weekthün II, it is suggested that you have already completed some Shambhala Training Levels or attended other meditation programs.
Use this page to register ONLY for Weekthün II.
If you are completely new to meditation, we recommend our Simplicity Retreat, which is running December 21-28, concurrently with Week II of the Dathün.
NOTE: To learn more about Dathün, read these Shambhala Times articles.
Return to Shambhala Meditation Dathun home page.
Due to restrictions on water usage at Shambhala Mountain Center, the laundry for participants attending the Dathün will be done professionally off site. The cost for this service is included in price.
Partial scholarships are available. Read about our Financial Aid program. To apply, please check the Financial Aid Option when you register. You will be directed to the application page at the end of your registration process.
Payment and Cancellation Policy
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Acharya Daniel Hessey has been a student of Shambhala Buddhism since 1971 and has taught extensively throughout the U.S. and South America. Since 2004, he has studied the I Ching with Eva Wong, a Taoist Qigong lineage holder and translator of classical Chinese texts. Dan is also a former director of Shambhala Mountain Center.
Shastri Holly Gayley teaches courses on Buddhism in the Religious Studies department at the University of Colorado in Boulder. She has been a practitioner of meditation in the Shambhala community since 1992 and regularly presents meditation to groups on college campuses. Holly has frequently traveled to Eastern Tibet for her research on contemporary Buddhist movements.
Financial aid is available for this program.