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Meditation existed before the Buddha appeared in the world and today meditation is being practiced for all sorts of reasons—for improved health, for relaxation, or even to help people perform better in their work. Our Thursday sessions will explain the basic techniques needed to begin a regular meditation practice and keep it going. The session also includes a few words from H.E. Chhoje Rinpoche or one of our visiting teachers explaining how we can integrate Buddhist principles into our daily lives. Attendance is free and no registration is required. See our calendar for updates.
In this weekend program, Andrew Holecek guides us through the rich teachings on death and dying from the Tibetan Buddhist tradition. From practices and teachings to prepare you for dying, to a thorough view of the Bardos (the after-death states), you’ll learn everything you need to know to transform the greatest obstacle into the greatest opportunity. We’ll cover many of the practical issues around dying, including medical and legal concerns before, during and after death, as well as difficult issues such as organ donation, euthanasia, suicide, and death of a pet. This weekend combines practices, teachings, and discussions that will enhance your understanding and experience of both your own death as well as the death of your loved ones. Who this is for: Anyone committed to transforming their relationship to death – experienced practitioners and those new to the path – as well as those who work in helping professions, will find this weekend deeply enriching. This program is being jointly hosted by the Padmasambhava Meditation Center and Shambhala Meditation Center of Denver. Registration will be fufilled from the Shambhala website and can be accessed through the link below:
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1900 South Cook Street, Denver 80210.