• $505.00 – Single Room
  • $393.00 – Shared Room/Shared Bed

Date & Time Details: Check-in time for retreat is 4pm on Thursday, May 31 and check-out time is 12pm on Sunday, June 3, 2018

Location: Caldera Arts Center, Sisters, Oregon

Akiko Oncken

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Prajña Paramita: The Great Wisdom Mother – A Meditation Retreat

With Lopön Chandra Easton

May 31 - June 3, 2018

Prajña Paramita is the Great Mother. She is luminous clarity that is full of compassion. She is a deity, a symbol, and a sutra. Above all, she is the teaching that guides us to the experience of prajña, or wisdom, which is the capacity to perceive the ineffable vastness of basic space.

The Prajña Paramita practice from Lama Tsultrim Allione is a nature of mind practice that requires transmission. This transmission will be given by Dorje Lopön Chandra Easton following teachings on Prajña Paramita and a detailed explanation of the practice itself. In addition to learning the Prajña Paramita meditation, aspects of the sacred feminine within the context of the Buddhist path will be explored.

This residential retreat is open to men and women. It includes discussion, guided and silent meditation, and circle time to explore how to bring these age-old wisdom teachings into our daily lives. Beginners and experienced practitioners are welcomed.

Cost: $505 single room, or $393 shared room/shared bed.
Registration fee covers room, board and practice materials. Teacher Dana not included.

To register please complete the registration form and send it to Sisters Sangha (mailing address provided in form).

$505 single room, or $393 shared room/shared bed. Teacher Dana not included.



Lopön Chandra Easton
Lopön Chandra Easton is a teacher and translator of Tibetan Buddhism, focusing on the lineage of Machig Labdrön and Lama Tsultrim Allione. She has taught Buddhism and Yoga since 2001 and co-translated Sublime Dharma: A Compilation of Two Texts on the Great Perfection. She is currently on the Tara Mandala Bay Area coordinating…
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