Abiding in the Bardo: A Day of Opening Space for What Our Community Will Become

January 12th

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    Room: WPFC Carriage House


    Morning session 9:00-12:00 - for those who would like to stay and dive in more deeply, continuing the morning’s work: 2:00-4:00pm

    Please join us at the Shambhala Center on Saturday, January 12th for an interactive community day of reflection, discussion and practice hosted by Jessica Heathcote and Adam Lobel as we envision the future of the Pittsburgh center.  

    Adam will offer some teachings on the bardo, and a vision of how to commit to and embrace this period of openness and groundlessness. (See more on the bardo here.) What creativity and wisdom can emerge from this space? As always, there will be delicious snacks and a bad joke or two.


    9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. - Morning session

    12:00-2:00 p.m.  Lunch (on-your-own)

    2:00-4:00 p.m. - For those who would like to dive in more deeply, or were unable to attend the first session, we will continue the morning's work in an afternoon session

    Attend for all or part of the day. All are welcome. Your genuine presence and voice are needed to help us move through this time.  Please come and contribute your wisdom and vitality, whether you register or not!   It is a chance to have a voice in what our local center might become.

    You can find Jessica’s letter outlining a vision for our winter season together here