Tuesday, August 22nd 2017

David Richo does Spirit Rock

We’re big fans of David Richo, a former Roman Catholic priest who integrated his Christian training into a Buddhist conversion — and found international acclaim as a spiritual teacher and author.

Most of all we’re impressed by the power of David’s personal presence, which is why it’s such a privilege to experience it in a face-to-face setting.

5 Things book coverDavid lead an all-day workshop on Saturday, March 8 at Spirit Rock, a Buddhist-oriented retreat in the brown hills of the Marin Headlands – and a short hop north of San Francisco. The theme: “Our commitments to Love and Realism.”

Last year David did a smaller workshop in San Francisco under the theme, “The Archetype of Light”. In his own words…

“There is a light within us that helps us through intuition and spiritual realizations in daily life and in dreams. This light lets us see through the gross appearances in the world to the trans-personal life deep within all things.”

Richo has taken a very deep leap of faith, and is a conductor of that light. It’s hard not to have an illumination in his presence.

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