Introduction to Radiant Mind, by Jan Hodgman

Recognizing Our Ultimate Nature
January 19 and 20, 2013 – Anacortes, WA

Join Jan Daiyū Hodgman for a weekend at the end of the spiritual path—resting in the ground of pure being—while being fully engaged and connected with each other. Through dialogue, inquiry, silence, alert listening and explorations, we will come to recognize our natural state as unconditioned awareness, where nothing more is needed, and nothing can be taken away.

At this Introduction to Radiant Mind, we’ll taste the opportunity to enter directly into this present moment, new and fresh, free of concepts, while fully embodying our unique human existence.

Jan Hodgman brings decades of meditation, 8 years of Japanese Zen monastic experience, work in hospice and as a hospital chaplain, and certification as a Focusing Trainer to her facilitation of Radiant Mind.
In 2012, Peter Fenner asked her to start offering introductions to Radiant Mind.
Jan leads a group in “Luminous Awareness” in Anacortes, WA and offers regular meditation instruction, telecalls and one-on-one coaching in nondual awareness and Focusing.


Saturday, January 19 and Sunday, January 20
9:30 am to 4:30 pm


Croatian Cultural Center
801 Fifth Street
Anacortes, WA


Advance payment: $200
$100 for those under 25

The weekend price is $225 if paid at the door.


For more information and to register, please contact par email Jan Hodgman
Phone: 1 (360) 293-2367 in Anacortes, WA.

Advance payment through Paypal here or by check sent to:

Jan Hodgman
PO Box 876
Anacortes, WA 98221

About Peter

Peter Fenner, PH.D. is spiritual teacher and a leader in the adaption and transmission of Asian nondual wisdom worldwide. He offers training programs and individual coaching and meditation entrainment sessions over the phone. Pioneer in the development of nondual therapy and creator of the Radiant Mind Course® and Natural Awakening: Advanced Nondual Training:, he was a celibate monk in the Tibetan Buddhist tradition for 9 years and has a Ph.D. in the philosophical psychology of Mahayana Buddhism. Over a period of 40 years Peter Fenner has distilled the essence of traditions like Zen, Dzogchen and the Buddhist Middle Way, and adapted them to suit our post-modern culture.
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