Introduction to Modern Meditation
With Kadampa Buddhist teacher: Diane Bokor
In this free public talk, we will learn how to combine meditation with modern life and practice simple meditations to cultivate positive states of mind that we can take with us anywhere.
Join in the fun as we work together to spread the word about the classes and events offered at the Center. Spend an hour or so out in the local area, posting flyers and postcards with information about what the Center offers. We will start together at 10:30, set our intention and then go out in pairs or small groups to flyer. We’ll end the day at a pre-determined space (ie restaurant) to “refresh” and relax.
Flyering (sharing publicity in the local area) is a powerful method to benefit others by sharing and inviting people to come experience the wonderful effects of meditation and Dharma practice first hand. It’s also a wonderful way to meet and connect with new people. But mainly, it is really fun!
As a volunteer-run, non-profit organization Kadampa Meditation Center Colorado relies on the kindness of volunteers to help publicize the Center. Everyone is welcome.
*Feel free to come for a part of the time as well. Just be sure to contact the Center so we can let you know where to meet a group. For more information, contact the Center at [email protected] or [email protected]
You are warmly invited to an Open House at Kadampa Meditation Center Colorado. Stop by to meet the teachers and community, tour the meditation shrine, enjoy refreshments and snacks, and participate in a free guided meditation. You may also browse our bookstore, see beautiful Buddhist art, and ask questions about meditation and modern Buddhism. Everyone welcome!
Join us for a talk on a practical approach to refuge that will energize our spiritual life, followed by the actual Buddhist Refuge Ceremony, a blessed ritual meditation dating back to the time of Buddha Shakyamuni. This Ceremony draws us closer to the love and protection of Buddha, Dharma and Sangha; and you can choose whether you use it to formally become a Buddhist or simply as a powerful blessing and inspiration on your spiritual journey.