November 12–20, 2021
This program ends formally in the evening prior to the last day. The final day, November 20th, is a departure day only.
Lodging prices for this retreat have been reduced by between 8% and 15%, depending on lodge room type, to make it easier for long-time practitioners to practice at SMC.
*Hybrid option coming soon!*
This Chakrasamvara Intensive is geared toward the accumulation of the recitation practices in a group setting. Those who have finished the recitation are also invited to come and deepen their connection with the practice. If you are just learning the practice, this is a good opportunity to become more familiar with the sadhana. There will be guided practice, instruction on the practice of the different sections, and group study and discussion of the wonderful manual by the Vajravairochana Translation Committee and the tris.
This profound practice intensive will be held within the physical representation of Chakrasamvara’s mandala in the Great Stupa of Dharmakaya. You are welcome to come for all or part of this intensive.
Prerequisite: Chakrasamvara Abhisheka
Please review and understand SMC’s current COVID-19 policy before visiting SMC.
- Partial attendance is $10/day + lodging. To register, please click on the “Register Now” button above and use the “Comments” box to type “Arrival: [type the date you’ll arrive]; Departure: [type the date you’ll depart], and for Payment select “Personal Check” from the dropdown list to bypass payment. This will register you, automatically notify us, and will not charge your card. We’ll edit your arrival & departure dates and finances, and contact you for credit card information. Thank you!
- There will be an opportunity during the program to offer a teacher’s gift.
- This program ends formally in the evening prior to the last day. The final day, November 20, is a departure day only.
Greg Smith, a well known sangha artist and thangka painter, has lived and painted at Shambhala Mountain Center for many years. He has been a student of meditation since 1976, first with Chögyam Trungpa and later with his son Sakyong Mipham. Greg has taught meditation and Buddhist studies since 1982.