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The Joy of Living - Calming the Mind Online with Mingyur Rinpoche - June 20 - These remarkable meditation teachings are clear, profound, authentic and relevant to all students, Buddhist and non-Buddhist alike.  Mingyur Rinpoche considers these to be the essential teachings for all students of the path, both beginners and old hands.  This approach to meditation is the basis for all that we do at the Buddhist Center.  If you haven't had these teachings, please sign up.  The program lasts 6 weeks and includes teachings from Mingyur Rinpoche, as well as a forum and webinars with Tim. Registration is open now.

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Exploring the Sacred - Us vs. Them - Overcoming Division - Thursday, June 18, at the Library@6:30pm

Day-Long Meditation Retreat - August 25, 9am-5pm - at The Buddhist Center

A SONG OF FREEDOM - Meditation, Compassion and the Essence of Mind
Weekend Retreat with Khenpo Kunga - Steamboat Springs - October 12-14, 2018

Study Opportunity - Exploring Compassion and Wisdom: A Course on the Six Paramitas
This 4-month in-depth course will offer a remarkable and inspiring exploration of the path of the Bodhisattva and the
Six Paramitas - Here

Greeting to the community from Mingyur Rinpoche - Here 

Please help support of lineage teachers who have inspired and guided our community for the past 20 years - Here

Inside our website, you’ll learn all about our community: our monthly calendar, our practices and activities, as well as information about our spiritual lineage, a guide to finding Buddhist related resources in the internet, and some lists of recommended readings. You’ll also find many recordings of our Monday night teachings, as well as a number of great podcasts and articles and video clips to stimulate your mind and open your heart. (see menu above) These are all free to anyone who wants to follow along with us at a distance. Most importantly, you’ll find a curriculum of study, complete with talks, articles, and recommended readings to help you as you move along the path of study and practice. Finally, you can learn how to join our community.

“Refrain from causing harm,
Foster all that is virtuous,
And thoroughly tame your mind
These are the teachings of the Buddha”