Do You Feel Something Deep in Your Soul?

Nov. 6 to 8

Five years ago Jennifer Lansink felt something so strong and true that every time she talked about it her body heat rose. What came of that feeling is Lansink’s ‘What Would You Attempt?’ Women’s Retreat. Lansink knew that knowing something to be true and acting on that ‘something’ are two very different things. Fear, self-doubt, barriers, unanswered questions, work, mortgages, spouses, family, friends, even pets can get in the way of doing the things we know should be done and before we know it the years pass by and our passion and dreams remain unachieved or un-attempted. 

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If you wonder what you would attempt if you knew you wouldn’t fail, join Lansink November 6 to 8, 2009 for the inaugural ‘What Would You Attempt?’ Women’s Retreat at the Resort at Squaw Creek. The experience will provide you the tools to dig deep into your dreams and begin to identify the true passion within your soul. Guest Contributors include: Sharon Freewoman, The Rainbow Bridge; Dr. Jennifer Sand, Visualization Therapy; Karen Buckley, Wisdom Connection; and Tricia Berry, yoga teacher. Pricing, information and registration: Jennifer Lansink, 530-581-2718 or Jlansink@TotalRootConcepts.com. The first five women to mention Moonshine Ink when registering will receive a free Empowerment Deck.

 

The Essence of Tibetan Buddhism

Nov. 27 to Dec. 6

Dzogchen, or ‘Great Perfection,’ is the heart-essence of all spiritual paths and one of the clearest, most effective and most relevant wisdom teachings for the modern world. Simple yet profound, it is a path that can be integrated with ordinary life and practiced anywhere. The Rigpa Autumn Retreat with Sogyal Rinpoche, author of the best-selling ‘The Tibetan Book of Living and Dying,’ will share the essence of the Dzogchen teachings. Rinpoche’s teachings will be complemented by periods of practice for people of all levels of experience.  

With his remarkable gift for presenting the essence of Tibetan Buddhism in a way that is both authentic and profoundly relevant to the modern mind, Rinpoche is one of the best-loved teachers of our time. The atmosphere that Rinpoche creates is one of incredible warmth, love, and penetrating insight, as if he were speaking directly to the heart of each and every person present. Join Rinpoche at the Resort at Squaw Creek from Nov. 27 to Dec. 6.  There is also a short option from Nov. 27 to 30. For more information or to register visit rigpaus.org or call 1-866-200-5876.

 

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