Everyone welcome to these special courses and events!
Saturday, March 31 1:00 to 5:00 pm
Loving-Kindness can solve so many problems. For example, in our relationships, problems come due to our mind being
clouded by anger and jealousy. But although our mind is often like a cloudy
sky--overcast by negative states of mind, in essence it is clear and
pure. The Buddhist way of loving-kindness is a profound and practical
method to solve relationship problems by clearing our mind so we can
enjoy satisfying experiences with everyone we meet.
This mini-retreat will introduce both meditation and daily life practice of loving-kindness. Each session will incorporate instruction and guided meditations that help us open our heart to others and interact with them in a more positive, kind, and loving way.
|1:00 - 2:00 pm||Teaching and Meditation 1|
|2:30 - 3:30 pm||Teaching and Meditation 2|
|4:00 - 5:00 pm||Teaching and Meditation 3|
With Buddhist nun Kelsang Thaye
A Colorado Buddhist nun ordained April 2010, Kelsang Thaye (say Tah-yay) is a Foundation Program student at Heruka Buddhist Center. Her teachings convey her enthusiasm for Buddhist practice.
Location ~ Greeley
Heruka Buddhist Center in Greeley
710 Eleventh Ave, Room L30
Greeley, CO 80631
This is the old Greeley high school. It is next to the UCCC, Rec. Center, and Lincoln Park Library.
You may park in front or back. Or, there is a bus stop about 20' from the door on Eleventh Avenue at Eight St.
The easiest way to find room L30 is to enter the lower-level west doors on Eleventh Avenue, facing the Santiago's restaurant. If, instead, you go in the main doors, you will need to take the stairs or the elevator down.
NOTE: Even if you take the elevator, there are still 6 steps to go down.