integrates the experiences of his careers in financial services, health care, and as a teacher of the “pointing-out” way of Tibetan Buddhist meditation since 1995. He leads retreats and an ongoing meditation study group in Marin County, Calif.
“Life can be complex: relationships, careers, health, finances, personal development, and so on,” say the leaders. “We do our best to navigate life’s ambiguity, but often we settle for staying busy and covering discontent with more busy-ness. Or, we may feel that changing our habits is awkward, complicated, impractical, or ‘I just don’t deserve real happiness.’ For many, we just don’t know where to even start.
“For a few days, leave the excuses behind and examine transformative practices in three specific dimensions of human potential.”