Events

Buddhist Women in the 2020’s (Introduction)

May 27, 2021
5:00pm-6:00pm MDT

While there may be frustration, grief and rage about historical gender inequity in Buddhism, we can use Buddhist methodologies to transform these conflicting emotions into greater compassion and wisdom.

Join Catherine Pawasarat Sensei for this one hour free talk, a prelude to the weekend course on June 4-6.

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Buddhist Women in the 2020’s (Online Course)

June 4-6, 2021

While there may be frustration, grief and rage about historical gender inequity in Buddhism, we can use Buddhist methodologies to transform these conflicting emotions into greater compassion and wisdom.

Join Catherine Pawasarat Sensei for this weekend course.

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Exploring the Bardo of Now (Online)

June 19 – June 25, 2021 (Online)
This retreat is ideal for relatively new students who are interested in exploring Buddhist principles that include both Eastern and Western views of death and impermanence. It will appeal to students of the Positive Death movement.

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Summer meditation

Summer Meditation Retreat: Breathing

July 9 – 16, 2021
Vipassana (Mindfulness of breathing)
A guiding text for this retreat will be the Satipaṭṭhāna Sutta, or discourse on the Four Foundations of Mindfulness, which has been described as the most profound discourse the Buddha ever gave on mental development.

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Ignite Your Spiritual Life (Online)

90 minutes for 7 Saturdays
September 11 – October 23
This course will guide you in principles that help you have a consistent meditation practice, reframe negative thoughts and habits, and re-connect with what’s most important to you.

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Zen Online Course

Oct 25- Nov 15 (4 Mondays)
Zen is derived from the Sanskrit word dhyana, which is often translated as ‘absorption’. Rigorous self-restraint, sitting meditation practice and insight into the nature of mind are central to Zen practice.

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