Santa Fe Dharmata hosts Anam Thubten June 30 - July 2, 2017.
The heart of Buddha's teaching is the awakening of mind and heart. In such a profound inner transformation, our awakened mind sees the wonder, the magic, the beauty, the joy of our human existence and our awakened heart can embrace all circumstances of this life with love and compassion.
During the retreat we are invited to look into our karmic and psychological habitual tendencies and to undo them so such profound awakening is possible for all.
Friday Evening Public Talk June 30, 7-9 pm (Suggested donation $15)
Please note under Get Tickets there are two options: you can either donate $15 online or use the free ticket and if you wish, donate at the event.
Weekend Nonresidential Retreat:
Sat. & Sun. July 1 - 2, 10am-12:30 pm & 2:30 pm-5 pm $160
Anam Thubten has requested everyone attend the entire two day retreat. Once the retreat begins, a sacred container is formed, made up of each person's good intentions to be fully present. Leaving the retreat before it is complete energetically breaks that sacred container for others. Out muntual presence supports each other.
The weekend non-residential retreat is from 10am-5pm each day with an ample break for lunch. The retreat includes periods of meditation and teachings, all held in an atmosphere of inner contemplation.
A gift to the teacher - Dana - as is customary, is additional. This will be collected during the retreat. Please do not give any Dana to Anam Thubten directly. Anam Thubten does not receive an honorarium from the retreat fees.
Registration will remain open until we reach capacity. Early registration is recommended to guarantee a space. Retreat fees are listed above. Full refunds are available until June 20, 2017. No one is turned away for lack of funds. For financial aid information please contact us at SantaFe@dharmata.org.
Participants are responsible for meals and accommodations. Plenty of chairs are available, but please bring your own cushions for floor seating.
Questions? Email Jenny or Brent Bondurant at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 505-466-4377 (cannot receive texts)
“Enlightenment is already taken care of. It would be much too big of a job to search for it. Let it come to us.” –Anam Thubten