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Encounter of the Heart, Virtual Meditation Retreat, January 21-24

Join us for a virtual online meditation retreat Encounter of the Heart led by Valerie Forstman  January 21-24: Thursday morning – Sunday Afternoon Suggested payment is $125-$300. Give generously as you are able, or pay any amount that you can reasonably afford. This four-day virtual retreat includes talks, Q&A, sitting together, easy relaxing body practice, meditation guidance, […]

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Winter Solstice Virtual Retreat, December 17-20

Join us for a virtual online meditation retreat led by Henry Shukman and Valerie Forstman   December 17-20 Thursday morning – Sunday Afternoon Suggested payment is $100-$250. Give generously, if you are able, or pay any amount that you can reasonably afford. No one will be turned away! This four-day virtual retreat includes talks, Q&A, sitting together, easy […]

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Yaza: All Night Virtual Sit – December 7-8

Please join us for…. Yaza: an All-night Virtual Sit  …to commemorate Siddhartha Gotama Shakyamuni Buddha’s Awakening   Starting Monday December 7th at 9pm MT, we will sit through the night, with some breaks and two short talks, from our teacher’s Valerie and Henry, and close in the early morning of December 8th with a virtual candle-lighting […]

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One Blade of Grass, One Single Experience – with James Beshara and Henry Shukman

Listen to the discussion between Henry and host James Bashara and read this brief introduction from the Below The Line podcast webpage. Today’s episode is with British poet, author, and Zen master Henry Shukman. Henry is able to touch on so many different topics with a brilliant articulation that one would expect from a poet. We […]

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Sangha Meeting Notes: October 17, 2020

October 17 Sangha Meeting Minutes Financials In May, Damon reported that our initial budget loss of nearly $50,000, caused by the cancellation of many 2020 events, had been reduced to less than $20,000. Since that meeting, members of Mountain Cloud have been endlessly generous. Through donations and tireless efforts put forth by many individuals, the […]

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