Christine Heming

Christine Heming has been a meditation instructor and teacher in the Shambhala Buddhist community for over 40 years. She is a board member of the Centre for Local Prosperity, a nonprofit society promoting new economic models that invite a balance between economic development and the preservation and restoration of natural systems. She holds the view that it is possible for human society to flourish within the ecological limits of the earth. This cultural shift means reconnecting with our longing for peace, social justice, and a caring community. She lives with her husband, Gregory Heming and their dog Bonnie on a farm near Granville Ferry, Nova Scotia.

Events with Christine Heming

The Golden Key
August 2, 2019

Through exploring the depth of perception, one engages the elemental and magical strength inherent in the world around us. This extended weekend retreat presents the teachings from the Shambhala root text The Letter of the Golden Key. These teachings explore our relationship to the “material world” through our sense perceptions. We will learn the practice of enriching presence—the ability to instantly sense the inner wealth within ourselves, phenomena, and the natural world. PREREQUISITES Completion of the Sacred Path levels Great Eastern Sun, Windhorse, Drala, and the Four Dignities (Tiger, Lion, Garuda, Dragon) NOTES The program cost – $375, includes a materials fee of $50.…