Join the Sakyong’s retreat from the Comfort of Home


Join Sakyong Mipham in the practice of good conversation with his Online Retreat

In a world of smart phones, social media, and email – we are all in constant contact. Then why are so many people feeling burned out, distant from colleagues, and abandoned by family and friends? The Sakyong’s newest book, The Lost Art of Good Conversation, helps us answer this question. He is visiting three cities this fall to explore the important modes of communication that help us develop better relationships in all areas of our lives
Part One – Denver: Working With Ourselves // Oct 20th
The first step towards forging a stronger relationship with our friends, family and fellow citizens is to develop the relationship we have with ourselves.
Part Two – New York: Enriching Our Relationships // Nov 3rd
Mindful conversation has the power to unlock the potential of our relationships. When we converse from a place of authenticity, we enrich the lives of others.
Part Three – Toronto: Engaging Our World // Nov 17th
When we are armed with a sincere belief in the inherent wisdom and compassion of others, we can take our first steps towards being helpful to the world as a whole.

Access retreat materials online from New York, Denver, & Toronto along with exclusive bonus content

This online companion to the 6-week, three­ city, Lost Art of Good Conversation book tour happening this fall includes one year of online access to each of the Sakyong’s talks being live-streamed at the Boston Shambhala Center.
The package includes:
  • Panel discussions with Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche and featured guests
  • Retreat days with Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche and guest teachers
  • Exclusive bonus talks recorded specifically for The Online Retreat by Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche and guest teachers


Step into this powerful retreat and infuse your life with the art of good conversation, as taught by Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche.

PLUS you’ll support the Boston Sangha with the link below

By registering directly at a portion of the proceeds will directly benefit the Boston Shambhala Center allowing us to plan the Sakyong’s visit to our city in April 2018.
Tickets are $79 but you can get $20 off with promo code GOODTALK making this an incredibly hard to pass up opportunity!