Sacred Path: Windhorse
Adana Barbieri and Jonathan Barbieri
January 25–27, 2014
In Windhorse one receives the root text that gives the instruction for “raising Windhorse,” a practice which opens the heart and refreshes one’s confidence. One learns through this practice to bring about skillful and heartfelt social engagement, enabling one to go forward in the midst of whatever challenges occur.
Prerequisite: Great Eastern Sun
The tuition for Windhorse includes a $60 materials fee
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Please note: Subsidized Rate & Financial Aid cannot be combined. If you select the Subsidized Rate and apply for Financial Aid, we will be unable to consider your financial aid application.
Adana Barbieri became a student of Shambhala in 1974. She has held various jobs within Shambhala and was honored to be among the group of teachers personally trained by Chögyam Trungpa to teach Shambhala Training. In 2000 she and her husband, Jon, settled in Fort Collins where she continues her studies and teaching under the guidance of Mipham Rinpoche. In addition to her work as a realtor, she is a co-founder of Courageous Women, Fearless Living, an annual retreat for women touched by cancer.
Jonathan Barbieri has taught Buddhist and Shambhala trainings extensively throughout North America for over 30 years. Each year he presents a New Year Resolution program at Shambhala Mountain Center that explores how to bring our aspirations into focus by slowing down our mind and seeing more clearly through Mindfulness meditation. Jon has been engaged in several livelihood pursuits including consulting with cities and counties on workforce development, creating contemplative co-housing communities and, most recently, teaching Mindfulness programs to public agencies and businesses. He was formerly the Executive Director of Shambhala Mountain Center.
Financial aid is available for this program.