With the globalization of Vajray─üna Buddhism from Tibet over the past century, these contemplative traditions are being popularized, raising important questions about the study, reception, and performance of Buddhist yoga and meditation. Given the gravity of our time, and the increasing accessibility of Buddhist practices, these workshops are designed to be experimental slow-thinks about how to make sense of Tibetan contemplative practices in light of our contemplative human heritage.

Workshops are in-depth immersive explorations of Tibetan Buddhist practices of meditation for scholars, students, and practitioners. Full 3-day, 2-day, 1-day or condensed 1/2-day (4 hr.) in-person workshops or 1-day and 1/2-day online workshops are offered. Customized workshops can be designed in consultation.

If interested in hosting a workshop, send a note via the Contact Form.

TOWARDS CONTEMPLATIVE FLUENCY

Houston, Texas
Friday, July 12

Vienna, Austria
October 17 & 18

This workshop is an experimental slow think about how we can make sense of Tibetan contemplative practices in light of our contemplative human heritage.

LUCID WAKING, LUCID DREAMING

Boulder, CO
April 4

Naropa University, Online
July 26-28

This workshop explores how imaginal capacities of mind are mobilized via specific Tibetan Buddhist practices across the spectrum of sleeping, dreaming, and waking.