MahaSati National Training is a long-term study-practice training (2 years + option for additional 2 years), for intermediate/experienced dharma practitioners with at least 5 years of meditation practice and more than 30 cumulative days of silent retreat (in any Buddhist tradition), who have a connection with Heather through sitting retreat with her or attending events with her.
Held in cyber-small groups + individual sessions with Heather and an annual retreat, it offers ongoing recorded teachings, study and practice support in the Deepening Awareness-Wisdom including Mindfulness of the Body & Nervous System, Concentration, Accessing and Deepening Awareness, Three Characteristics, untangling and releasing Defilements, Emptiness, Suchness, Dependent Origination, Heart Practice, Energy Practice and much more. This training is grounded in and influenced by the teachings and practices out of the Thai Forest tradition of Theravada Buddhism.
If you find yourself called to deepening your practice in a committed way and developing a relationship with Heather, please check the following Talk https://dharmaseed.org/teacher/202/talk/49778/ and if the teachings resonnate for you, email me at heather<at>heathersundberg.com.
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The next MahaSati Training will be offered in 2022-2023. Registration will open Summer of 2021.
Advanced MahaSati Training will be offered in 2022-2023. And 2024-2025.
All good wishes,
“The power of the MahaSati training is the continuity of commitment from our Teacher, our Sangha, and from myself. Heather provides clarity of teaching, a deep heart, and an intimate connection with her students. Her commitment is felt and reflected in our dedication to our evolving practices. The support and sharing from the Sangha feels like an embrace of an old friend. So comforting, so kind, and so encouraging. The truth of the Dharma is the guiding light of the practice, but the commitment and strength derived from this community has allowed me to trust my process and grow exponentially in wholeness.” ~Angela, NV