Susan Piver

Susan Piver is a Buddhist teacher and the New York Times bestselling author of six books, including The Hard Questions (Tarcher) and the award--‐winning How Not to Be Afraid of Your Own Life (St. Martin’s Press). Her latest book is entitled The Wisdom of a Broken Heart (Free Press).
Piver has been a student of Buddhism since 1995, attended a Buddhist seminary in 2004 and was authorized to teach meditation in the Shambhala Buddhist lineage in 2005. She teaches workshops and speaks all over the world on meditation, spirituality, communication styles, relationships and creativity.
You'll find more information on her website.

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18 February 2015

 2015 is the Year of the Wood Sheep. The sheep is a symbol of caring and compassion. It is trusting, empathetic, and loves groups. Wood gives this year’s sheep extra flexibility and strength. A good year for listening, social engagement, and artistic ventures. (from the Shambhala Practice Calendar 2015-16)
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1 February 2015

Everyone is an artist - simple as that. It's about awakening our creativity and inner spark, no matter how talented we "think" we are. Dechen Chöling offers many opportunities this year to dive into the adventure and discovery of your creative energy: 

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21 January 2015

Dechen Chöling is a place of serenity and solitude these days. Enjoy our recent album!
Frozen morning dew and quiet days during the Silent Meditation...

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2 January 2015

Are you a problem-solver? Do you love food? computers? communication? There are several core staff positions open this year at Dechen Chöling. If you are interested in coming to live and work at Dechen Chöling, please get in touch with us. Find out more or contact...

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27 August 2014

Enjoy this beautiful report about the Life is Ceremony Retreat last week!
A Very Spirited Ceremony 

“It’s amazing how a simple act of kindness or courage can transform a whole situation. Take the energy you have gathered here and apply it to every situation. You never know what is possible....

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