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A Retreat from My Retreat

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Ted Rose in front of the Great Stupa of Dharmakaya at the Shambhala Mountain Center. Blaine Harrington hide caption

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Blaine Harrington

A year ago this week, Ted Rose abandoned his New York City urban life and headed for the American West. He lives year-round at the Shambhala Mountain Center in the Colorado Rockies. In part three of a week-long series, he talks about how he sometimes needs a retreat from his retreat.