|Wednesday Evenings at Shove Chapel, 7-8:30pm
1010 N. Nevada Ave. on the Colorado College Campus
Wednesday evenings are informal and an opportune place to bring questions
and new friends interested in meditation. There is always a meditation
and discussion period, some evenings we will focus on developing attention in meditation and others
on visualization and compassion practice.
We will be working on cultivating attention and continuing
practice on Chenresig meditation. Chenresig is the Buddha of Compassion. This
practice incorporates recitation and visualization creating a conducive meditative focus.
Thursday Evenings at Ganden House, 7-8:30pm
506 W Taylor St., 1 block south of Fillmore Ave, 4 blocks west of
Seven Point Thought Transformation and Tonglen Practice - Jan 16th-March
Thursday evenings are study and discussion courses. We will
begin the new year with the Seven Point Thought Transformation. This practice
is excellent for cultivating bodhicitta, the compassionate mind with the
intention to attain enlightenment for the benefit of all sentient beings. There will be a
presentation in each class that will focus on one of the points of practice and will be followed by
discussion and meditation.
Saturday Mornings at Ganden House, 8:30-9:30am
506 W Taylor St, 1 block south of Fillmore Ave, 4 blocks west of Cascade
Saturday mornings are open silent meditation practice, without teaching
or discussion. Please come and join us.
Ganden House in Colorado Springs
Ven. Geshe Gyeltsen and Ven.
Long Life Prayer for His Holiness the
In the snowy mountain paradise
You're the source of good and happiness.
Powerful Tenzin Gyatso Chenresig,
May you stay until samsara ends.
You are cordially invited to join us at Gaden House on Saturday, March 1,
beginning with a meditation from 8:30 to 9:30, followed by an open house.
We will be combining a celebration of the newly expanded Gaden House with
a commemoration of Tibetan New Year (which is March 3). You are invited
to come with a friend and to bring some food to share.
Gaden House is at 506 W. Taylor St. #2.
We look forward to seeing you Saturday!
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