Retreats and Events

Integral Zen 7 Day Retreat in Arizona

By Doshin Nelson

TBA

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Shadow and Integral Theory Fundamentals Self-paced Course

By Michael Nelson (Doshin)

This course is shorter and less intense than our "Whole Spectrum of Shadows" course. It focuses on the basics of shadows in the context of integral theory.

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Introduction to Meditation Self-paced Course

By Michael Nelson (Doshin)

This self paced course will introduce you to the Integral Zen meditation teaching framework. We will cover concentration practice, mindfulness practice, emptiness practice, a special form of meditation developed at Integral Zen, and finally a bonus meditation to develop discipline and self awareness.

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Online Course Level 5 - Collective Shadows

By Doshin Nelson

Starting February 2022

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The Whole Spectrum of Shadows Self-paced Course Level 01 Integral Framework

Various instructors

This is a self-paced version of our live "Whole Spectrum of Shadows - Level 1" course, an intermediate level course. Topics covered include Integral Theory: levels, states, quadrants, lines, and types...and how they interact with shadows and trauma.

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Shadow for Beginners Self-paced Course

By Michael Nelson (Doshin)

This course is a very short, beginner level course on the shadow. It consists of 11 short videos of 5 minutes or less.

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Integral Zen 7 Day Retreat (New Hampshire)

By Doshin Nelson

Oct 21

Info TBA

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Integral Zen 7 Day Retreat (Los Angeles)

By Doshin Nelson

Sep 18

Info TBA

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Integral Zen 7 Day Retreat (Iowa)

By Doshin Nelson

Jul 14

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Daily Group Meditation

By Michael Elser (Kodo Aishi)

Let’s reframe Social Distancing as “Spacious Connection.” Social Distancing does not require social isolation. We can be together, separately! Daily Group Mediation - Join us in our Rocks & Waters Zendo on Zoom for daily meditation. We will conduct daily meditation periods.

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Sunday Integral Dharma Calls

By Doshin Nelson

Zen wisdom, deep conflicts and a simple Integral framework to make sense of some of the new possibilities of “business as usual”.

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