Join Dr. Claudelle Glasgow for a weekend meditation retreat for BIPOC. As Black, Indigenous, and People of Color, our fundamental ground of innate goodness is challenged on a daily basis in several spheres of our existence. This can bring a seemingly fundamental ground of stress and negativity into our lives. This practice will offer opportunities through combining meditation and the arts to continually access that goodness in the face of racial oppressions with gentleness and appreciation.
This program introduces the practice of meditation and the basic principles of the Shambhala teachings. Through the practice of meditation, we begin to glimpse that innate goodness, rather than confusion, labels, and conditioning, as the unconditional ground of our existence.
This program is open to those who identify as people of color. No previous experience with meditation is necessary.
Prerequisites: This program is open to those who identify as black, indigenous, and people of color. No previous experience with meditation is necessary.
Schedule (subject to change):
Saturday 8AM - 5PM