Friday, March 22, 2013
Khandroling 2013 Summer Encampment Program
Please click here to go directly to the Khandroling Encampment page. http://tsegyalgar.org/localcenters/tsegyalgareast/khandroling/summerencampment/
Summer Practice and Karma Yoga Encampment Program on Khandroling (Buckland, Massachusetts,USA) A Special Three Month Program Open to Beginners Click here to download the Summer Encampment Program Application Summer Encampment Program in Buckland Massachusetts Three Months • June 1 August 31, 2013 Daily Work Schedule and Contemplation Practice Free Retreat with Chögyal Namkhai Norbu
In Tibet, generations of practitioners gathered together in summer encampments to practice, work, live and play together in a community dedicated to cultivating one's awareness. Continuing in the same tradition, the Dzogchen Community in Conway, Massachusetts is offering a three month encampment from June 1 to August 31, 2013. Participants must commit to one three months (one month minimum, from June 22) of living on the community retreat land in Buckland, Massachusetts, Khandroling, and engaging in the daily karma yoga schedule. Participants are free to take part in daily group practices and the rich culture of Tsegyalgar East. There will be no charge; participants will be provided with two meals a day; free camping, and free retreat with Chögyal Namkhai Norbu June 7-12, 2013. The program is limited to 6 participants who must submit an application to take part. Participants can expect to work for at least four hours a day in supervised Karma Yoga as they learn light construction work, forestry, landscaping and land management skills. Weekly Yantra Yoga, Vajra Dance, and contemplative practices will be led by senior practitioners in the community on Khandroling and in our schoolhouse practice space in Conway. A variety of community social events and programming will be announced as developed. Participants must be prepared for rough camping in a rustic environment, as well as the physical capacity to engage in the activities listed. Participants provide their own camping gear. Onsite facilities include fresh potable water, a bathhouse with two showers and flush toilets, kitchen with gas stoves and propane refrigerator, several portable toilets and outdoor showers. The program is free for accepted applicants and includes free camping plus two meals a day. For further information, contact the program supervisor, Joe Zurylo at firstname.lastname@example.org Click on the link below to download the application.
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