with: David Nichtern
Greenwich: November 1st
From: 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Cost of Attendance:
$25 book sold separately
A workshop and book signing with David Nichtern
Based on Nichtern’s new multi-tiered book, Creativity, Spirituality & Making a Buck (release by Wisdom Publications October, 2019), participants will each and together explore our individual life puzzle through the lens of personal well-being, creative expression and the development of tangible business skills.
Incorporating meditation practices drawn from the Buddhist tradition, we will learn to develop clarity, precision, and stability as well as a friendly and inquisitive attitude – as the ground for transformation, personal evolution and manifesting your vision here on earth.
Open to all levels, the workshop includes meditation instruction & practice, talks and discussion,
individual and group process, followed by book signing and reception.
David Nichtern was one of the original Western students of renowned Tibetan Buddhist meditation master Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche upon his arrival to America in 1970. Nichtern has been the Director of Karme Choling Meditation Center in Vermont (USA), Director of Buddhist Studies and Practice at OM Yoga Center (NYC), and Director of the Dharmadhatu Meditation Center in Los Angeles. He currently teaches workshops and teacher training programs around the world and mentors individual students in person and online.
A four-time Emmy winner and two-time Grammy nominee, David wrote the classic song, “Midnight at the Oasis.” A highly-regarded composer, producer and guitarist, Nichtern has played/recorded with greats like Stevie Wonder, Paul Simon, Jerry Garcia, and Krishna Das. He discovered and signed Lana Del Rey, scored Christopher Guest’s film, “The Big Picture” and produced scores and title songs for ABC’s One Life to Liveand CBS’s As the World Turnsfor many years.
He has authored two books for Wisdom Publications: Awakening From The Daydream; Re-imaging The Buddha’s Wheel of Life (2016). and his much anticipated second book, “Creativity Spirituality and Making A Buck” (Oct 2019). Within it he helps readers identify their creative path, and how to create the right circumstances to actually manifest it. Early reviews have likened it to “A next-gen Artist’s Way”
For more information about David and his endeavors, go to or facebook.com/davidnichtern