Queenstown Dharma Centre, NZ, November 14 – 22, 2020
contemplative conversations and teachings
with Tarchin Hearn
Living in turbulent times.
Yearning for goodness.
Bowled over by pandemics of fear and grasping and fortress behaviour.
Tentatively feeling our way towards meaningful ways of being.
Not back to normal but onward to
Something Beautiful for the World.
The week will begin with an exploration of the vision and implications of what in Buddhism is sometimes called “Ekayāna” – a way of living that is thoroughly non-sectarian and universal in nature. This is dharma in action which, given the multiple crises in the world today, is more necessary than ever.
Classes will happen on Saturday and Sunday mornings and Tues, Wed, and Thurs evenings.
Internet Zoom class for Brazilian students,
Dec. 4, 10am (NZ date and time)
This class will be translated into Portuguese.
If you would like to join this class, contact Ana-Paula
Orgyen Hermitage, Aongatete, December 6, 2020
Sunday Contemplations with Tarchin
a simultaneous in-person and zoom class, followed by a shared lunch
A morning gathering to contemplatively explore various aspects of life and living that can help us live richly and meaningfully in this rapidly changing and challenging world. If there is a particular theme that you would like to explore, Tarchin is happy for you to e-mail it to him ahead of the class and he will see if he can weave it in to the morning.
We ask you to please be mindful of Covid and not come if you have cold or flue symptoms or if you suspect that you may have had recent contact with active Covid cases.
Class to start at 10am, pot luck lunch after class. Please RSVP Mary if you wish to physical attend.
To register for the Zoom class please click here and fill in the form. and You will be sent the zoom link details the day before the class.
Aongatete Outdoor Education Centre, Aongatete, Jan. 3 – 10, 2021
The Art of Mandala, Interconnectedness,
And Reverence for Life
Wangapeka Study and Retreat Centre, New Zealand, Feb. 12 – 25, 2021
Wisdom, Compassion and Non-Clinging Awareness
– a residential retreat –
Meaningful living begins with an intuition,
life, as vast-mystery-unfolding,
birthing the deeply compelling question;
how to live well in the midst of this dancing of everything and everyone.
Clarifying this natural state of being,
radical interconnectivity, creative and constantly dynamic.
Cultivating skills in primordial contemplation,
complete attunement and skilful engagement.
Discovering no-name sanity.
The ancients might have called this Primordial Dharma.
Continuously transient, extravagantly creative,
competently and confidently home.
The retreat will be a precious opportunity to pause and refresh and re-evaluate everything. Day by day, inviting a flow of contemplation, meditation, discussion and movement while living with and on the land, we will explore the meeting point of mindfulness and deep ecology and our place in the world.