Social Meditation with Nick Kranz

with Shastri Nick Kranz

August 25th—August 27th

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  • $130 Patron Fee
  • $110 Program Fee
  • Or pay what you can afford (enter your amount below)
Room: Meditation Hall

The foundation of enlightened society is being unashamed of who you are. This weekend intensive will be an exploration in creating enlightened culture through the practice of social meditation, a newly evolving way to experience meditation as a form of cultural interaction, which allows us to experience our individual and collective goodness.

Social Meditation is a practice developed by Shastri Nick Kranz, under the mentorship of  Acharya Adam Lobel. It is a group practice that explores creating a culture of authenticity and nowness, through meditating socially, by listening and speaking from our present moment experience.

The program will immerse participants in the forms of social meditation and provide training to support your growth as leaders in your local community.  We will use the powerful practices of social meditation to create a foundation for authentic communication and fearlessness in leadership. 

Who should attend? This program is designed for anyone who would like to bring the view of meditation further into their daily life, as well those wishing to develop leadership skills and learn practices to foster enlightened culture in their communities.

Shastri Nick Kranz has been a student of Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche since 1997. He has developed an approach to cultural transformation in the practice of Social Meditation, and worked with Youth Leadership development in the Shambhala community for the last decade. He brings the wisdom of meditation practice to businesses and organizations with www.mindfulinthemidst.com. He is interested in the intersection of social entrepreneurship,  awakened intentional community, and collaborative right livelihood.

"I want to help create a culture of mindfulness in the workplace that is not only less stressful, but one that also brings energy and clarity to everyone involved."

Generosity Policy

In order to make our programs accessible to everyone, we have a “pay what you can afford” policy. If the program price is an obstacle for you, please decide what works for you and offer whatever you can.

For those who can offer more, we invite you to pay more to help cover the costs for others who are not able to pay the full price.