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Fridays, 4pm: Teachings Revisited

August 4, 2023 @ 4:00 pm - May 31, 2024 @ 5:00 pm MST
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We will watch together teachings from the TheKnowledgebase, where there are thousands of hours of teachings available. We will pick the best ones and discuss all your questions.

During larger retreats and programs, dates and times, are scheduled to changes. Please check in with us if you want to join.


Spiritual Caretaker

Never believe that a few caring people can’t change the world. For, indeed, that’s all who ever have.” -Margaret Meade

Spending part of her childhood in Africa instilled in her a deep appreciation for beauty and simplicity. Kat attended school at Nairobi International School, played violin professionally, studied with British Riding Academy and Ethnomusicology at UCSC.

Passion and belief in successful evolution for humankind drive Kat. During her early twenties, Kat worked for the president of a fast-growing start-up fulfilling multi-national contracts with royalty and governments. This extraordinary experience implanted the confidence in her that any problem can be solved while having lots of fun. For the next 30+ years, she launched successful start-ups in catering, film, fine art publishing, a school, a newspaper, and developing products benefiting rural communities globally.  With two pre-school sons, Kat moved to the wilderness in Southeast Arizona where she built their homes.

In 2002 in the same wilderness, she met Geshe Michael, and life changed.  She gave away businesses, sold land, and moved to Diamond Mountain. For the next nine years, she helped build and operate the first buildings on the land as a volunteer. In her exuberance, she also completed advanced coursework; finished a 3-year retreat; became an ordained nun; worked for the Asian Classics Institute;  and helped launch the Sedona College of International Management in Arizona.

Now joyfully back at Diamond Mountain, Kat serves as caretaker for retreaters and ceremonies, continues studying and volunteering for world-view groups.

How Understanding Karma and the Buddhist Principles has helped her:

Using the four steps and the four powers has given me a logically-proven way to tailor-make my life. It’s been super-fun to practice and watch relationships shift, beautiful homes appear, health restored and wisdom spread, with happiness and freedom in others around me, too.

Start: August 4, 2023 @ 4:00 pm
End: May 31 @ 5:00 pm
Event CategoriesDailyClasses, Ongoing Events
Venue Name: Main Temple
Address: 3209 S Old Fort Bowie Rd.
Bowie, 85605 United States

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