Wisdom, Compassion, and Space (Weekend Program Only), with Adam Lobel, PhD

September 14th—September 16th

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    Price:
  • $200.00 Patron Price
  • $175.00 Program Price
  • $105.00* Special Price
  • If the reduced price (labeled as Special Price when registering) is an obstacle, please contact Veronica - no one will be turned away.
Room: WPFC Carriage House
Program Registration is Closed.

 

Please use this page if you are only registering for the weekend program.  If registering for the yearlong program, please register on the yearlong program page instead.

This weekend program is an introduction to the year of personal and collective training in the teachings, supported by study and practice, co-creating a community of wisdom and compassion. It can be taken as a stand-alone event, or as the beginning of a year-long program of practice and study. 

During this weekend of meditation and talks, we will also offer a range of options for how the community would like to proceed. In this way, the year will be co-created together, where each participant will help to shape the specific emphasis of the learning community. We aspire to be a living community of practice, collectively embodying the teachings in how we communicate and shape the year.

Heart gift: We will provide an opportunity to express appreciation for Dr. Adam Lobel’s teaching by collecting a monetary gift for him.

Please use this page if you are only registering for the weekend program.  If registering for the yearlong program, please register on the yearlong program page instead.

Pricing: Pricing for the weekend can be applied to the year-long program price.

If the reduced price is an obstacle,  please contact Veronica.  No one will be turned away.  For other questions about the program, please contact Chuck.

About the teacher:  Adam Lobel, PhD, Harvard University, is a scholar of philosophy and religion and a longtime meditation practitioner and teacher. His research focuses on meditation practice and pedagogy in the Great Perfection (Dzogchen) tradition of Tibetan Buddhism and modern phenomenology, and he is active in ecological and social justice movements. He lives in Pittsburgh, PA with his wife and two sons.