Sharon Landrith
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There is a way to freedom from internal suffering.
Awake beings across the ages have discovered this truth.
My life is in service to that.
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Video: "What Beats Through This Heart"
by Sharon Landrith 3:58

Video: "It Really Matters"
by Sharon Landrith 6:09

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Upcoming Events:


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Intensive & Satsang with Sharon

In Boulder, CO

August 3-4, 2018

Come sit together in community for satsang, immersion, meditation, and Q&A with Sharon Landrith, teacher in the Adyashanti lineage.

Fri. 8/3, 7:00-9:00pm - Satsang 

Sat. 8/4, 1:00-6:00pm - Intensive

***NOTE DHARMA OCEAN'S NEW BOULDER LOCATION: 

DHARMA OCEAN
7102 LAVISTA PLACE
LONGMONT, CO 80503

FOR DETAILS AND TO REGISTER


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7-Day Silent Residential Retreat In Crestone


September 10 - 17, 2018
Crestone Mountain Zen Center
Crestone, CO
USA

This potent 7-day Silent Residential Retreat will be held at the Crestone Mountain Zen Center in Crestone, Colorado, USA. The Zen Center is located at 8,400 feet in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, surrounded by piñon pine and juniper forest, a perfect setting for silent retreats.

FOR DETAILS OF THE RETREAT AND TO REGISTER

“This Silent Retreat offers a profound opportunity to delve deeply into our truest nature. We rest as stillness and fullness through silent sitting, guided meditations and a safe and intimate forum of questions and response. This deep immersion in Silence comes to the foreground and lives our life consciously.” - Sharon Landrith

Through periods of guided and silent meditations, satsang, and question-and-answer sessions, we learn that deep inquiry is not something the mind does, but the process of love perceiving its own nature through your physical form.

The retreat is open to everyone willing to put aside past memories and beliefs and open to the path of truth.

FOR DETAILS OF THE RETREAT AND TO REGISTER

 

"First things, first. Our coming together is first and foremost to recognize our fundamental nature and realize the ground of being. The only true freedom is to be That, fully in the world. The embodiment of this realization is an extraordinary ordinariness – an expression of seamless wisdom and love. Often there is still a thread that says the ‘me’ is going to get it; the ‘me’ is going to wake up. And it just isn’t true. It actually wakes up out of the ‘me’."

Sharon Landrith


 
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