Essential Heart of Kasungship

with Mark Curtin & David Hagan

January 12th—January 13th

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  • $40 Suggested Donation
Room: Main Shrine Room

Dorje Kasung are practitioners for whom protection is central to their path.  Being a protector means recognizing basic goodness in yourself and others and acting from that place.  Protector activity removes obstacles so the brilliance of the teachings can be realized and manifested by individuals and society.

Practically, Kasung are involved with emergency response, creating safe and supportive physical and practice environments, service to teachers and being with people experiencing difficulty.  Dorje Kasung enable community members to settle and deepen into their paths.

This program serves as an introduction to the Shambhala teachings on "Protector Principle" and may be taken by the curious without making any commitment. Current members of the Dorje Kasung, are strongly encouraged to attend.  

This class explores in detail what it means to be a Dorje Kasung, why they might exist, and the view of how they act.

All are welcome to participate. No prerequisites.