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  • Location Online
  • Experience Levels All
  • This class is a donation based class. No one will be turned away for lack of funds.
  • Date/Time Saturday, April 13, 2024
    9:00 AM - 4:00 PM PT

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This event is the online version of a hybrid daylong retreat which will take place both in-person and online. To register for the in-person version of this event, click here.

A Daylong Meditation and Qi Gong Retreat

Join us in a fun and engaging exploration of the three key Buddhist temperament or personality types outlined in the seminal Buddhist text known as the Visuddhimagga (the Path of Purification):

  • Greedy/Faithful
  • Aversive/Discerning
  • Deluded/Speculative

Although most people have a mix of these qualities, many of us have a primary temperament or two, which can inform how we think and behave, as well as what hindrance we might be most affected by. Understanding one’s temperament offers nuance to the positive and negative aspects of each and how to best cultivate supportive internal and external conditions that foster well being and peace.

In our time together, we’ll spend time assessing our temperaments, engage in mindful relational practice to explore the topic, and discuss recommended practices for each temperament type. This process will be done in the container of a daylong, where half the time will be in silent meditation and qigong practice, both of which will include instructions on practicing with your temperament.

This event is open to anyone, and is ideal if you have at least some meditation practice.

Suggested donation: $85

 

Gullu Singh, JD Teacher

Gulwinder “Gullu” Singh is a mindfulness and Dharma teacher who also practices corporate real estate law. Although he was exposed to meditation as a child, he found his own practice when, after law school, he found himself working at high-powered law firms where the job was extremely stressful. Gullu completed the four-year Spirit Rock Meditation... Read more

Gabrielle Hammond Teacher

Gabrielle Hammond (Movement Teacher | Qigong) has been practicing as an acupuncturist and doctor of Taoist and Traditional Chinese Medicine for past 28 years, under the tutelage of a 64th generation Taoist Master Chang Yi Hsiang, who initiated her journey into contemplative arts, meditation, and qigong practice at a young age. Gabrielle continues to teach... Read more

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