We are happy to announce Anam Thubten as the teacher for this month’s online retreat. Starting today and continuing over the next three mondays, Anam Thubten invites us to explore awareness itself as simple means of exploring the unconditioned mind. His method is cheerful, straightforward and welcoming to a range of audiences by suggesting that simple practices such as Shamatha meditation can be universally beneficial. In this first week, Anam Thubten explains how the rhythm of the breath or attuning the mind to simple objects can tap into an inherent serenity that is the basis for tuning down our inner turbulence. Here’s a preview of what’s to come. This first week episode is open for all to view. Come participate and discuss this month’s retreat!

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