Stages of the Path Meditation Retreat
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Stages of the Path Meditation Retreat

A follow-up Saturdays course, Enlightenment in a Day

Tuesday to Saturday - January 8 - 12
10am, 4pm, 7pm (but check schedule below)

A follow-up on the course, Enlightenment in a Day!

The meditations of the Stages of the Path, or Lamrim, will solve our daily problems, bring happiness to ourself and others, bring meaning to our life, and gradually take us to the ultimate peace of Enlightenment. Gen Rinzin will explain and guide the meditations on first day of this retreat.=">

Lamrim is the core practice for Kadampa Buddhists throughout the world. Come see why!=">

Cost: $5/session, $15/day, 1/2 price for Supporting Members
Note that refreshments are provided, but not lunch is not. Please bring a sack lunch. There are also restaurants within walking distance of the Center.

Self-Guided (Tues-Sat)

After the first day of guided retreat, the remainder of the week will be self-guided. Drop-in to any session. Session times are 10am, 4:30pm, 7pm, but check the schedule, below. Each session lasts an hour and fifteen minutes

Each session begins with prayers to prepare our mind, and then there is time for self-guided study and meditation using handbooks that explain the Stages of the Path meditations. Everyone is welcome. This is a most blessed and meaningful retreat.

Retreat Times
DateSession 1Session 2Session 3

Tues, Jan 8



No Session (FP Class)

Wed, Jan 9



No Session (GP Class)

Thurs, Jan 10



Quick Path w/ Tsog (HYT only)

Fri, Jan 11




Sat, Jan 12




Suggested Facility Fee: $4/session, $10/day, $30/6 days. Free for supporting members

Location ~ Fort Collins

Heruka Buddhist Center

149 W Harvard St, Suite 102
Fort Collins, CO 80525

Tips on getting here

We are just off of College Ave. Harvard is two lights north of the mall, or the first light south of Drake. Go west one block to McClelland, turn south, and then immediately turn into the parking lot.

NOTE: Parking is on the south side of the building, and entrance is not from Harvard St., but McClelland Dr.

Retreat is a time to set aside our ordinary activities for the purpose of focusing on a particular spiritual practice.

Except as indicated, all retreats are open to everyone. Beginners may prefer the guided retreats, but are welcome to participate in unguided retreats as well.

Questions? Please call 970.482.7613 or email: