Pathway to Bliss

A Meditation Retreat In Ocean Park

With Gen Kelsang Rinzin & Kadam Heather Rocklin

September 10th - 12th 

This is an incredible opportunity to meditate on The Three Principal Aspects of the Path, a legendary Buddhist poem composed 600 years ago, over a blissful weekend on the Pacific Ocean.

Discover the beauty of being guided in meditation on the distillation of the path to enlightenment. Gaining experience of these aspects of the path – renunciation, compassion, and the wisdom realizing emptiness – will give us the psychological and spiritual tools we need to confidently and joyfully transform every aspect of our life into our spiritual path. Take a spiritual journey into peace, compassion, and wisdom.

Whether you are new to meditation or have years of experience, please come along and enjoy the expert guidance of these two much-loved teachers.

Go home refreshed with renewed energy for life.
Everyone of all faiths and backgrounds is welcome!

The teachings will be based on the book Mirror of Dharma With Additions.

COST AND REGISTRATION

About the Teachers

GEN KELSANG RINZIN

Gen Kelsang Rinzin, the resident teacher of Kadampa Meditation Center Washington, has taught Kadampa Buddhism in Colorado and Washington for 15 years. He communicates his love of Dharma with a down-to-earth approach and humor that helps the listener to appreciate and understand the teachings and put them into practice. He has been an ordained Buddhist monk since 2004.

KADAM HEATHER ROCKLIN

Kadam Heather, a disciple of Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso for 23 years, has been the Resident Teacher of Mahasiddha Kadampa Buddhist Center in Portland since 2006. A working mother of a 7 year old, Kadam Heather shows how Buddha's teachings are practical and beneficial for everyone. Her teachings are clear and compassionate and she presents with a warmth that makes them very accessible.

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