Join us each week, starting January 2019, for guided meditation, a teaching on some aspect of Buddhist philosophy in daily life, and time for discussion and Q&A
Sundays ~ 10:30 am - 12:00 pm
Jan 6 to Feb 10
Feb 17 to Mar 31
Sundays from 10:30 to 12:00 Noon
January 6 to February 10
Increase peace of mind and positive outlook on life.
Meditation, and in particular concentration, is a powerful way to develop flexibility of mind and body. In this day and age, we need this. We live in a world where distractions are growing increasingly intense. In order to find deep inner peace, we need to find a way to move beyond these distractions and improve our concentration.
In this class, we will learn techniques to increase concentration both in and out of meditation.
This series is also an introduction to the Silent Retreat at International Kadampa Retreat Center Grand Canyon, March 7 - 10.
Mindfulness and Concentration
Training in Concentration
Mental sinking and excitement
A well-rounded practice
Sundays from 10:30am to 12:00 pm
February 17 - March 31
Sickness and even pain are not inherently bad. Meditations can relieve pain, and even if pain remains, it can be a source of important growth for us. The Buddhist perspective offers many effective methods for everyone – Buddhist and non-Buddhist — to reduce pain and to transform our experiences into treasures of inner wealth, which are the actual causes of peace and lasting happiness.
Purifying through Acceptance
How Love Helps
Healing Ourself with Compassion
The Transformative Power of Tantra
Location ~ Greeley
Greeley Branch of Heruka Buddhist Center
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.