Newsletter Winter 2018

This winter, Chas DiCapua and Rebecca Bradshaw are leading a 7 day retreat at Koinonia Center in South Haven, MN. Participants will have the opportunity to explore the topic of ‘walking the path of love and wisdom’ by practicing in noble silence with the TCVC community.

Please read more about the retreat in the winter newsletter. If you have any questions about the upcoming retreat, feel free to reach out to retreats@tcvc.info. If you have other general questions, please contact us at info@tcvc.info.  Have a great fall, and we look forward to seeing you this February!

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Newsletter Summer 2017

This summer, Steve Armstrong and Minneapolis’s own community member/teacher Shelly Graf are leading a 10 day retreat held at the secluded Koinonia Center in South Haven, MN. This retreat will offer an opportunity to cultivate awareness and insight in noble silence surrounded and supported by community.

Please read more about the retreat in the summer newsletter. The newsletter also includes TCVC’s annual treasury report, an invitation to our annual potluck meeting this April, and dates for upcoming retreats.

If you have any questions about the summer retreat, feel free to reach out to retreats@tcvc.info. If you are wondering about the annual meeting or have anything else we can help you with, contact us at info@tcvc.info.  Have a great spring, and we look forward to seeing you soon!

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Newsletter Winter 2017

This February, Chas DiCapua and Rebecca Bradshaw are leading a seven-day retreat called “Insight-full of the Heart.” During this time, we aim to cultivate both the heart practice (loving-kindness, compassion, sympathetic joy, and equanimity) and our insight practice in order to deepen and enliven our practice as a whole.

You can find more about retreat as well as an article on heart practices by Rebecca and other TCVC news on our Winter 2017 Newsletter below.

Winter 2017 Newsletter