LIFESTYLE


The Tao of Living a Balanced Life.   
Seattle Shambhala Ctr. WA. USA.
April 23; 2017

By: Eva Wong

further details on the program to be announced

(no requirements for this program)


Spirit of Taoism

  Sky Lake Shambhala Retreat Center.

June 10, 2017

By:  Eva Wong.


Equanimity, good health, peace of mind, and harmony, are the goals of Taoism. More people are turning to the Taoist arts of healthy and harmonious living for inspiration and guidance in everyday life.
Join Eva Wong in exploring the spirit of Taoism in qigong, Taoist practices of mind expansion, tea appreciation, and the five-element diet for healthy living through the seasons. Wander the beautiful surroundings of Sky Lake to commune with the energies of the land, experience the natural world as teacher and healer, and immerse yourself in the spirit of Taoism.

 

(No requirements for this program)


A Taoist Journey of Balance - a 4 day retreat.   
Karme Chöling. Barnet. VT. USA.
July 17 (evening) to July 21 (ends 6pm) 2017

By: Eva Wong and Carolyn Krusinski

 

Life is a sacred pathway. Balance is a journey. In everyday living, we move through our public, domestic, private, and spirit life. In exploring the inner world of the body, we walk the pathways of internal energy. In experiencing our vast consciousness, we touch wisdom, compassion, vision, and groundedness.
Embark on a journey in seeking, discovering, exploring, and adventuring through our outer and inner worlds on this 4-day retreat with Eva Wong and Carolyn Krusinski.
Learn the Taoist techniques of exploring our consciousness through playful awareness, empathic awareness, inner awareness, and situation awareness. Practice the qigong of the Primordial Limitless Gate lineage to enter the energy centers and pathways of the body. Delve into the well of your inner wisdom through personal and group reflection. Wander in the beautiful hills and valley of Karme Chöling and immerse yourself in the richness of the ever-changing realities of the spirit world.

We invite you to walk in the footsteps of generations of Taoists who have cultivated health, longevity, and inner peace through their journey of balance.


This retreat can be used to fulfil the requirements of qigong 1 and 2.

(No requirements for this program).

Note: Participants need to bring their copy of Eva Wong’s Being Taoist.


The Natural World as Teacher.   
September 8 (evening) through 10 (program ends at 6pm) 2017
Karme Chöling. Barnet. VT. USA.
By: Eva Wong and John Rockwell

 

The natural world is the gateway to the Tao. The sun, moon, and stars carry the essences of the celestial energy of the Tao. Mountains, rivers, rocks, and earth carry the qi of the land. Trees, flowers, grasses, and animals are filled with life force. Clouds, fog, and mist display the interaction of yin and yang.

Join Eva Wong and John Rockwell in experiencing the natural world in the beautiful hills and valley of Karme Choling. Learn how to find a place in nature where you can sit quietly, reflect, and be with the phenomenal world. Open your awareness to the energy of the land. Find out how to use the Chinese calendar to guide your diet, lifestyle, and activity as you move through the seasons. The natural world is intelligent, luminous, and alive. It is the best teacher of the Tao. Let us learn from it.

 

(no requirements for this program)

(Recommended as preparation for Level 6 Retreat Stoking the Scholar and Warrior Fires)


Qigong and Daoism retreat.
Daishin Zen Monastery. Buchenberg. Germany.
October   06 (evening); 07; 08; 09; 10; 11 (ends at 6 PM) in 2017

By: Eva Wong and Samten Kobelt

further details on the program to be announced.

(no requirements for this program)


The Tao of Living a Balance Life.

 Chicago Shambhala Center 

 October 22 2017

By Eva Wong

 

The key to living a meaningful and healthy lifestyle is to balance our public, domestic, private, and spirit life. Public life is our life in the world of community, workplace, and society. Domestic life is our life with family and circle of friends. Private life is time spent in cultivating our body and mind. Spirit life is our connection with the vastness of the visible and invisible world of energy, spirits, and the sacredness of all existence.

Join Eva Wong for a one-day program on how to balance the four aspects of living using Eva’s recently published book Being Taoist and a specially-designed workbook that helps us to plan a balanced a lifestyle Highlights of the program include qigong, the Taoist practice Playful Awareness, moments of inner exploration, group discussions, Chinese tea appreciation.

 

(No requirements for this program).

Note: Participants need to bring their copy of Eva Wong’s Being Taoist.


We will soon add information on upcoming programs.

 

Please look in our LIFESTYLE - PAST PROGRAMS  page to see what has been offered so far.