April 6-8, 2018 at the Claymont Society Mansion, WV
Richard Rose once said “If I tell you to walk three miles down the path, don’t walk a mile and then turn back.” This weekend event will explore steps to take on the spiritual path, along with the pitfalls, missteps, and setbacks inherent in any great adventure. It’s a great opportunity to learn from fellow travelers and experience the spirit of friendship that marks every TAT meeting.
Meet our presenters:
Bob is a Colorado based teacher, writer, and photographer. His work attempts to use the feeling of longing and nostalgia as a way within. He spends his time washing windows and hiking, as well as exploring our inner country with fellows from the Denver area. Learn more about Bob at The Listening Attention.
When not traveling by van or sailboat, Paul lives with his wife in a remote forest on the Millers River in Athol, Massachusetts.
Paul Constant became a student of Richard Rose in 1985. Currently, his fascinations and explorations are directed toward uncovering the mysteries of life and ourselves. Of late, his spiritual interests include balancing the natural intelligence of our body, the wisdom and resourcefulness of our mind, and the feeling-sense of our Heart. Listen to a September 2016 podcast interview of Paul Constant on SpiritualTeachers.org or visit searchwithin.org.
For the past 30 years, Paul has expressed his love for Truth by facilitating retreats, leading rapport sittings, serving as a TAT Foundation member, and studying with Richard Rose during 1985-1995. Paul and his wife live near Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.
Shawn Nevins “fell onto the spiritual path in 1990,” had an enlightenment experience in 1999, and since then has enjoyed making films, writing, and working with the TAT Foundation. His creative endeavors include the book The Celibate Seeker and the film Closer Than Close—an acclaimed documentary on Self-realization. Shawn is also the co-author of Images of Essence. See his work at poetryinmotionfilms.com.
Shawn and his wife live in the San Francisco Bay area.
Mark was a dedicated Zen practitioner for many years, a participant in TAT events for over five years, and brings a well-honed perspective on the interior landscapes of the mind.
Additionally, there will be Group Inquiry and Rapport and Meditation Sittings
The registration deadline for the April Gathering is Sunday, April 1st.
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