Perky (Online) with Jesse Miller

with Jesse Miller

February 4th—February 11th

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  • $50 Full Price
  • $40 Concession Rate
Room: Zoom

The Perky weekend is offered to graduates of Meek. It is the fifth weekend in a series called the Sacred Path.  

The Sacred Path program introduces further practices of warriorship, that extend the basic meditation training. These practices are based on a societal vision and aspiration to help the world. This level of training cultivates one’s dignity and natural gifts that are able to widen one’s sphere of compassionate and practical influence.

It continues to deal with bringing the principles of warriorship and the practice of mindfulness-awareness into daily life. In particular, it is designed to nurture the student's natural ability to experience the world as sacred and his or her aspiration to create an enlightened society.


The warrior’s path of the four dignities is connected with how to incorporate more and more space into your world.  As your world becomes more and more vast, obviously, any notion of self-centered, egotistical existence becomes increasingly remote.  So the path of the four dignities is also connected to realizing egolessness.

The second of the Four Dignities focuses on cultivating sharp, vibrant and uplifted energy through natural discipline. Overcoming the trap of doubt, the warrior of perky is able to accomplish her or his activities with a sense of nobility and ease.

Our teacher, Jesse Miller

Jesse has been a student of Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche and Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche for over thirty years and has been directing Shambhala Training programs since 1991. He is also a teacher of Buddhist programs and has worked closely with Pema Chodron. 

Jesse has played a major role in establishing Shambhala Training in Australia and New Zealand and is a very popular and talented teacher in our centres.


This program will be offered online through Zoom. Participants are requested to have a working connection and previous experience with using Zoom.


The times are Melbourne/Sydney based and need to be adjusted for other time zones.

New Zealander registrations and payments

New Zealanders can use this page to register, but should pay fees into the following account:

Name: New Zealand Shambhala Buddhist Trust Account

Number:  06 0606 0126783 00