Retreats
Post-Fall-Festival Retreat (Denver)
This course is at — Kadampa Meditation Center Colorado (Downtown)


Heal the World Through Compassion

Heal the World Through Compassion
Post NKT-IKBU Int'l Fall Festival 2017 Retreat with visiting teacher Gen Kelsang Khedrub

Gen Kelsang Khedrub

Taught by Gen Kelsang Khedrub

Saturday, October 21 to Sunday October 22

This urban retreat, with the wonderful Gen Khedrub visiting from Seattle, will be inspired by the empowerment and teachings ofBuddha Avalokiteshvara, the Buddha of Compassion, given at the International Fall Festival.

Compassion gives our life meaning and direction, and it brings real peace to our families, community, and troubled world. By strengthening our connection with Buddha Avalokiteshvara, and learning powerful time-tested ways to open our hearts, we will be able to deepen our experience of the powerful mind of limitless love. Set in the very beautiful environment of KMC Colorado and open to everyone.

Everyone is welcome.

Registration

For more details and to register: Meditation retreat

Location ~ KMC CO - Downtown

Kadampa Meditation Center Colorado (Downtown)

1336 Glenarm Place
Denver, CO 80204

Tips on getting here

Very easy from northern Colorado:

I25 south to Colfax (Colfax shows up on maps also known as US40 or Business I70)
East (left) on Colfax (about a half mile, go two blocks past Speer Blvd)
Left on Glenarm Place (go one block)
It's on the right.

Parking

Also quite easy.

When you turn from Colfax onto Glenarm place, at the next intersection is a traffic light. Right after that light there is a parking lot which is usually $5 on weekends.

Walk a few steps and you're at KMC Colorado.

If that parking lot is more expensive on a particular day, then the one behind it is often cheaper.

Metered parking is $1/hour, 2 hours max, so you'd have to keep feeding the meter.



KMC CO - Downtown ~ Kadampa Meditation Center Colorado (Downtown)



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: info@meditateinfortcollins.org