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REFUGE VOWS
Have you considered formally entering the Buddhist path by making a commitment and receiving Refuge Vows from a qualified Preceptor?
Nalandabodhi Boulder may offer Refuge Vows in March. Anyone who wishes to take Refuge in the Buddha, Dharma, and Sangha is welcome. There are no prerequisites except a genuine heart desire to make the commitment to enter the Buddhist path.
If you would like to receive Refuge Vows, or would like to know more about it, please contact Meg Miller, Nalandabodhi Boulder Practice Coordinator, meg.miller@icloud.com

 

Looking at “Ego” Through Buddhism, Psychology and Slang

With Deborah Bowman

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The Latin term ego was first used by Freud’s original translator to refer to the “I” as a mediator between raw instincts and social norms.  As psychology became popularized “ego” became a slang term to describe attitudes and behaviors considered selfish and inflated.

In the 70’s Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche began utilizing the term ego to describe a neurotic process resulting in a solidified sense of self that is separate, self-referential and the cause of suffering.  Buddhists around the world have embraced this usage of the term ego and use it regularly to describe the illusion of a static, autonomous and self-oriented identity.

In the Friday night presentation, we will tease out the threads of confusion that arise from the different usages of the term ego significant to popular culture, the field of psychology and Buddhist understanding.

On Saturday we will experientially investigate the implications of these multiple understandings of ego – and how we can utilize this knowledge to deconstruct and hold a “lighter” sense of self.

Deborah Bowman, Ph.D., is a licensed psychologist, certified Gestalt therapist and has been in private practice for 32 years.  She retired after serving 28 years as a Naropa University professor where she founded Transpersonal Counseling Psychology, Wilderness Therapy and the Naropa Community Counseling center.  Deborah is author of several books including The Female Buddha: Discovering the Heart of Liberation and Love. She enjoys hiking, birdwatching and haiku.

Date: Friday, January 31  7-8:30pm & Saturday, February 1  9:30am-12:30pm

Cost:  Friday $10, Weekend Full Program $25

Location: Nalandabodhi Boulder, 100 Arapahoe Ave #6, Boulder 80302

To register go to https://boulder.nalandabodhi.org/events/looking-ego-buddhism-psychology-slang/

For Webcast: please register via PayPal at above link.  We will send you information about connecting to the webcast soon.  We will be using the Zoom app.  If you don’t have already have it on your device, download it from https://zoom.us for your computer, or in your app store for your phone.

Please let David Makowski know that you registered by email at djmakowski99@yahoo.com

Nalandabodhi Study Curriculum:  The Foundational Buddhism Series

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The first series of classes, covers the basic views of the early schools that under pin the whole of the Buddhist Path including Mahayana and Vajrayana. Topics such as the four noble truths, the 3 trainings of discipline, meditation and wisdom and the 12 Nidanas will be covered in depth. Also covered will be the history of the 2 main schools and their views of indirect and direct realism. These understandings give us insight into what the Buddha himself taught and how it is a blueprint for liberation and realization. We will discuss the 5 skandhas and how they effect our conception of the self.
Ponlop Rinpoche has developed this curriculum to give his students the depth of understanding needed to truly practice and manifest Buddhadharma around the world. The intention is that these classes enhance our study, meditation and daily lives in practical and useful ways. We want the rubber to meet the road!
Date:  Tuesday, Feb. 4th 2020 (Class will run 6 to 7 weeks depending how fast we cover the material)
Time:  7:00pm – 8:30pm
Location: Nalandabodhi Boulder at 100 Arapahoe #6
Cost:  $65 , text is $15
 
This is a very fun class and we will have time for Q and A and discussion.
If you have questions, please contact Steve Burden at sherablt@gmail.com

 

Dharma Protectors – An Evening Discussion with Sarah Harding

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In this week before Losar, our Tibetan new year celebration, please join us at Nalandabodhi where Sarah will talk about the history and function of dharma protectors.

Some questions to consider: What is it we are protecting?  How do protector rituals help? How is the relationship with protectors different than other practices?

Sarah Harding

Sarah Harding has been a Buddhist practitioner since 1974 and has been teaching and translating since completing a three-year retreat in 1980 under the guidance of Kyabje Kalu Rinpoche. Her publications include Creation and CompletionThe Life and Revelations of Pema LingpaTreasury of Knowledge: Esoteric Instructions, and Niguma, Lady of Illusion. She is an associate professor at Naropa University in Boulder, Colorado, where she has been teaching since 1992, and has been a fellow of the Tsadra Foundation since 2000

Date:  Wednesday, February 19  7:00pm – 8:30pm

Location:  100 Arapaho, #6, Boulder

Suggested Donation: $15

To register go to https://boulder.nalandabodhi.org/events/dharma-protectors-evening-discussion-sarah-harding/

 

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NITARTHA (SKT.): DEFINITIVE MEANING
At Nitartha Institute, everyday thought and speech serve as tools for discovering definitive meaning, the unconditioned wisdom and spontaneous compassion of the buddhadharma. Combining an in-depth course of study with training in meditation and analysis, the Institute introduces 21st century students to the complete Tibetan Buddhist science of mind.

Course Description:

This course explores the criteria of a valid cognition and its various classifications, based on the teachings of the Pramana tradition, or Buddhist epistemology and cognitive psychology. We will analyze our consciousness and determine to what degree it is in agreement with its observed object or not; when our mind is direct or not; what the difference is between deceiving and non-deceiving, mistaken and non-mistaken, conceptual and non-conceptual types of awareness. We will also study the objects of perceiving subjects.

Date:  Mondays, January 6th – March 30th

Time:  7:00pm – 8:30pm

Location: Nalandabodhi Boulder, 100 Arapaho Ave, #6

Cost: $200 (discounts are available if needed at the time you register under the PPFA section)

Registration form: (click here),

For registration questions contact

Francis Sullivan Francis.Sullivan@arraybiopharma.com or

Elena Weiss at eweiss@nitarthainstitute.org

Texts:  To order please contact Karen Wallace at bookstore@nitarthainstitute.org

Mind and its World I Sourcebook    $56.74

Lorik root text  $23.46

Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche founded Nitartha Institute in 1996, under the guidance of Khenchen Thrangu Rinpoche and Khenpo Tsültrim Gyamtso Rinpoche. The parent organization is Nitartha International, an educational organization dedicated to the preservation of Tibet’s heritage of religious and philosophical texts. Though the focus of our curriculum is the Kagyü and Nyingma understanding of the Dharma, the Institute upholds the importance of non-sectarianism and appreciation of the many forms of Buddhism. Students of any background are welcome and encouraged to attend—the Institute is open to all who are interested in deepening their study and practice of Buddhism.  https://nitarthainstitute.org/

Sunday Open Meditation

All are welcome!

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The sitting practice of meditation is an invaluable tool!
Come join us any Sunday morning between 9:00 and 11:00 AM.
We offer basic instruction at 9 am and continue with mindful sitting and walking meditation.

Green Tara Practice from 11:00 to 12:30 on the 1st Sunday of the month

On the 4th Sunday of the month, we have Open Heart Circle practice from 11:00 – 11:30 to send prayers to those who are ill or have recently died.  

Nalandabodhi Mission Statement:

 Offering the timeless wisdom and boundless compassion of the Buddha to inspire individuals and create kind communities in today’s world

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Medicine Buddha

*** Ring in the New Year with Blessings of Health & Healing ***

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Meditation and the Healing Guru: Medicine Buddha’s Outer, Inner & Secret Practices for Attaining the Two Truths

The Healing Guru ~ Medicine Buddha, is so powerful a practice it is said innumerable benefits arise just by hearing his name or mantra, including enhancement of healing practices and the infusing of medicines.

In this weekend, transmission and practice instructions will be given to help you engage in the embodiment of your innate healing potential. This concise yet simple healing practice is founded in generation and embodiment of the Medicine Buddha’s characteristics and compassion practice.

Tools to transform poisonous emotions and illness into healing energy for self and others benefits those experiencing pain of any kind, illness, as well as those dying. All can experience relative and ultimate truth as gifted by this practice of embodied compassion.

Those new to meditation and healing practices, as well as those seeking deeper Medicine Buddha will benefit. Participants may bring any fresh, unopened medicine for blessings and will learn how to use this practice with healing substances.

Open to everyone & especially helpful for those in the healing arts!

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Nashalla Gwyn Nyinda Menpa TMD, LMT began studying Tibetan Medicine in 1999 and treating with permission in 2004. At the encouragement of her root teacher, Venerable Thrangu Rinpoche she moved to Darjeeling, India to study at the Chagpori Tibetan Medical Institute. Nashalla earned her Menpa degree (Doctor of Tibetan Medicine) from Qinghai Tibetan Medical College, Tibet and The Shang Shung Institute of Tibetan Medicine in 2009. She holds an Interdisciplinary Studies BA from Naropa University, with a focus on Asian Medicines and Buddhist Psychology. Nashalla has published and taught Tibetan Medicine techniques worldwide to Tibetan and Western students, practitioners, and doctors. An Adjunct Professor at Naropa, she teaches Anatomy and Nutrition, and has developed training manuals for Tibetan Medicine in English. She founded the Sowa Birthing Method for late stage pregnancy and postpartum care. Acting director of the Nyinda Clinic for Tibetan Medicine & Holistic Healing in Boulder, Colorado, she and husband, Dr. Tsundu S. Nyinda, offer classes, consults and internships in Tibetan Medicine and the Sowa Birthing Method.

Friday, 1/3:  7:00pm – 8:30pm (transmission will be given – requirement for the program)

Saturday, 1/4:  9:30-12:00 & 2:00-4:30pm

Location: 100 Arapaho Ave, #100

Cost: Suggested donation $60

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Upcoming Programs & Events

*** Ring in the New Year with Blessings of Health & Healing ***

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Meditation and the Healing Guru: Medicine Buddha’s Outer, Inner & Secret Practices for Attaining the Two Truths

The Healing Guru ~ Medicine Buddha, is so powerful a practice it is said innumerable benefits arise just by hearing his name or mantra, including enhancement of healing practices and the infusing of medicines.

In this weekend, transmission and practice instructions will be given to help you engage in the embodiment of your innate healing potential. This concise yet simple healing practice is founded in generation and embodiment of the Medicine Buddha’s characteristics and compassion practice.

Tools to transform poisonous emotions and illness into healing energy for self and others benefits those experiencing pain of any kind, illness, as well as those dying. All can experience relative and ultimate truth as gifted by this practice of embodied compassion.

Those new to meditation and healing practices, as well as those seeking deeper Medicine Buddha will benefit. Participants may bring any fresh, unopened medicine for blessings and will learn how to use this practice with healing substances.

Open to everyone & especially helpful for those in the healing arts!

Nashalla G Nyinda (2)

Gwyn Nyinda Menpa TMD, LMT began studying Tibetan Medicine in 1999 and treating with permission in 2004. At the encouragement of her root teacher, Venerable Thrangu Rinpoche she moved to Darjeeling, India to study at the Chagpori Tibetan Medical Institute. Nashalla earned her Menpa degree (Doctor of Tibetan Medicine) from Qinghai Tibetan Medical College, Tibet and The Shang Shung Institute of Tibetan Medicine in 2009. She holds an Interdisciplinary Studies BA from Naropa University, with a focus on Asian Medicines and Buddhist Psychology. Nashalla has published and taught Tibetan Medicine techniques worldwide to Tibetan and Western students, practitioners, and doctors. An Adjunct Professor at Naropa, she teaches Anatomy and Nutrition, and has developed training manuals for Tibetan Medicine in English. She founded the Sowa Birthing Method for late stage pregnancy and postpartum care. Acting director of the Nyinda Clinic for Tibetan Medicine & Holistic Healing in Boulder, Colorado, she and husband, Dr. Tsundu S. Nyinda, offer classes, consults and internships in Tibetan Medicine and the Sowa Birthing Method.

Friday, 1/3:  7:00pm – 8:30pm (transmission will be given – requirement for the program)

Saturday, 1/4:  9:30-12:00 & 2:00-4:30pm

Location: 100 Arapaho Ave, #100

Cost: Suggested donation $60




 

Nitartha Institute: Mind & Its World 1

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NITARTHA (SKT.): DEFINITIVE MEANING
At Nitartha Institute, everyday thought and speech serve as tools for discovering definitive meaning, the unconditioned wisdom and spontaneous compassion of the buddhadharma. Combining an in-depth course of study with training in meditation and analysis, the Institute introduces 21st century students to the complete Tibetan Buddhist science of mind.

Course Description:

This course explores the criteria of a valid cognition and its various classifications, based on the teachings of the Pramana tradition, or Buddhist epistemology and cognitive psychology. We will analyze our consciousness and determine to what degree it is in agreement with its observed object or not; when our mind is direct or not; what the difference is between deceiving and non-deceiving, mistaken and non-mistaken, conceptual and non-conceptual types of awareness. We will also study the objects of perceiving subjects.

Date:  Mondays, January 6th – March 30th

Time:  7:00pm – 8:30pm

Location: Nalandabodhi Boulder, 100 Arapaho Ave, #6

Cost: $200 (discounts are available if needed at the time you register under the PPFA section)

Registration form: (click here),

For registration questions contact

Francis Sullivan Francis.Sullivan@arraybiopharma.com or

Elena Weiss at eweiss@nitarthainstitute.org

Texts:  To order please contact Karen Wallace at bookstore@nitarthainstitute.org

Mind and its World I Sourcebook    $56.74

Lorik root text  $23.46

Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche founded Nitartha Institute in 1996, under the guidance of Khenchen Thrangu Rinpoche and Khenpo Tsültrim Gyamtso Rinpoche. The parent organization is Nitartha International, an educational organization dedicated to the preservation of Tibet’s heritage of religious and philosophical texts. Though the focus of our curriculum is the Kagyü and Nyingma understanding of the Dharma, the Institute upholds the importance of non-sectarianism and appreciation of the many forms of Buddhism. Students of any background are welcome and encouraged to attend—the Institute is open to all who are interested in deepening their study and practice of Buddhism.  https://nitarthainstitute.org/

Introduction to Meditation 5-Week Class

Through meditation you come to know and become friends with your mind—you first learn to tame your mind so that later you can train it.

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This 5 week class will introduce the basics of beginning a meditation practice at home. The classes will progress from proper body posture, mindfulness techniques, skill development and working with mind, through support in sustaining a practice at home.

Each class will include time for meditation practice, discussion and reflection. Topics related to meditation and obstacles to meditation will be covered. We will also address questions related to suggested readings from Rebel Buddha by Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche.

We invite you to join us in discovering the timeless and practical wisdom of mindfulness meditation and how you can bring it into your daily life in a gentle and joyful way. The following topics of interest will be explored, plus much more…

  • Body posture
  • Wakefulness
  • Is meditation rebellious?
  • Benefits of mindfulness
  • Finding precision & balance
  • Present moment awareness
  • Thoughts & emotions
  • Letting go of assumptions – what are we really experiencing?
  • Analytical mediation – developing insight
  • Suffering & the self

Date & Time:  TBD

Location:  100 Arapaho #6, Boulder

Suggested Price:  $5 per class

Suggested Materials:  Rebel Buddha by Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche

To register please go to:

Sunday Open Meditation

All are welcome!

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The sitting practice of meditation is an invaluable tool!
Come join us any Sunday morning between 9:00 and 11:00 AM.
We offer basic instruction at 9 am and continue with mindful sitting and walking meditation.

Green Tara Practice from 11:00 to 12:30 on the 1st Sunday of the month

On the 4th Sunday of the month, we have Open Heart Circle practice from 11:00 – 11:30 to send prayers to those who are ill or have recently died.  

Nalandabodhi Mission Statement

Offering the timeless wisdom and boundless compassion of the Buddha to inspire individuals and create kind communities in today’s world
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Offering the timeless wisdom and boundless compassion of the Buddha to inspire individuals and create kind communities in today’s world

Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche at Naropa University

Sanity within Chaos

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Believe it or not, it is possible to dwell in a state of calmness even within the most intense periods of outer, or even inner, chaos. Fortunately for ourselves, the Buddha emphasized that we do not have to believe this; we can actually experience it for ourselves. According to the Buddhist approach to meditation, the possibility of “achieving” calmness exists because calmness is a quality of our mind’s native or natural state; it doesn’t need to be added. Once we connect with this inherent calmness even a little bit, we can recall it in flashes even in the most blustery of situations. During this program, Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche will share pith advice and instruction on how to access calmness as if it were in palm of the hand.

October 18 – 20th!

Friday night talk – 7:00-9:00 p.m.
Sat. morning sitting meditation – 9:00-10:00 a.m.
Sat. morning Rinpoche talk – 10:30 a.m.-12:00 noon
Lunch on your own – 12:00 -1:30 p.m.
Sat. afternoon – Discussion groups 1:30-3:00 p.m.
Sat. afternoon – Rinpoche talk 3:30- 5:00 p.m.
*Duplicate schedule for Sunday

Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche is a widely celebrated Buddhist teacher and the author of Emotional Rescue, Rebel Buddha, and other books. A lover of music, art and urban culture, Rinpoche is a poet, photographer, accomplished calligrapher and visual artist, as well as a prolific author. Rinpoche is the founder, president, and spiritual director of Nalandabodhi, an international community of Buddhist centers.
Rinpoche is acknowledged as one of the foremost scholars and meditation masters of his generation in the Nyingma and Kagyu schools of Tibetan Buddhism. He is known for his sharp intellect, humor, and easygoing teaching style, for launching the kindness initiative and for his outreach to communities internationally.

Naropa University welcomes participants with disabilities. Persons with questions about accessibility or who require disability accommodations should contact Kristin Anderson-Bohan at 303-546-3593 or kbohan@naropa.edu at least two weeks prior to the event.

To purchase tickets go to:

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/breeze-of-simplicity-sanity-within-chaos-tickets-67297830623

 

Acharya Lama Tenpa Gyaltsen: Bodhicaryavatara

“The Way of the Bodhisattva”

We are pleased to announce the topic of Lama Tenpa’s fall series.  He will teach on Shantideva’s  “Bodhicaryavatara” otherwise known as “the Way of the Bodhisattva”.  This profound and classic text is from 700AD and was written at the famed Buddhist Center Nalanda in India. This text has been an inspiration for students down through the ages.
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Acharya Lama Tenpa is a faculty member at Naropa and a guiding member of the Nitartha Institute faculty.  He is a scholar and translator and is revered around the world for his ability to teach such profound and essential texts in a clear and direct manner.
Contact Steve sherablt@gmail.com  or Rachel rcseely@gmail.com for more info
Date: September 18 – December 4th
            No class November 27th for Thanksgiving Holiday
Time: Wednesdays, 7:00pm – 8:30pm
Location: 100 Arapaho Ave #6, Boulder
Suggested Cost:  $15/class in person or $120 for the series + audio recordings
Video Streaming: $95 + audio recordings (instructions for streaming will be sent following registration)
Follow the link to register and pay via paypal

Karma, Rebirth & Selflessness

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When you say “it’s your karma” to someone, what are you really saying? Is it preordained fate or just a belief, or is there a scientific aspect to it?  How do we create our karma?
This class will discuss these ideas and the seminal topics of rebirth and selflessness from a Buddhist point of view. We will also examine how these ideas  effect our meditation and how they weave into the conduct our daily lives.
Come join us for some fun and intriguing discussion!
Date: Tuesday nights, November 5th - November 26th
Time:  7:00 – 8:30pm
Cost: $30 suggested for the whole series (text is $15)
Location: Nalandabodhi Boulder, 100 Arapahoe Ave. #6, Boulder, CO.
For more information or questions please contact Steve Burden sherablt@gmail.com
To register please go to:

Introduction to Meditation 5-Week Class

Through meditation you come to know and become friends with your mind—you first learn to tame your mind so that later you can train it.

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This 5 week class will introduce the basics of beginning a meditation practice at home. The classes will progress from proper body posture, mindfulness techniques, skill development and working with mind, through support in sustaining a practice at home.

Each class will include time for meditation practice, discussion and reflection. Topics related to meditation and obstacles to meditation will be covered. We will also address questions related to suggested readings from Rebel Buddha by Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche.

We invite you to join us in discovering the timeless and practical wisdom of mindfulness meditation and how you can bring it into your daily life in a gentle and joyful way. The following topics of interest will be explored, plus much more…

  • Body posture
  • Wakefulness
  • Is meditation rebellious?
  • Benefits of mindfulness
  • Finding precision & balance
  • Present moment awareness
  • Thoughts & emotions
  • Letting go of assumptions – what are we really experiencing?
  • Analytical mediation – developing insight
  • Suffering & the self

Date & Time:  Thursdays, 7:00pm – 8:30pm, Nov. 7th – Dec. 12th (no class Nov. 28th)

Location:  100 Arapaho #6, Boulder

Suggested Price:  $5 per class

Suggested Materials:  Rebel Buddha by Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche

To register please go to:

Nitartha Institute: Mind & Its World 1

22341_281394294760_979680_s

NITARTHA (SKT.): DEFINITIVE MEANING
At Nitartha Institute, everyday thought and speech serve as tools for discovering definitive meaning, the unconditioned wisdom and spontaneous compassion of the buddhadharma. Combining an in-depth course of study with training in meditation and analysis, the Institute introduces 21st century students to the complete Tibetan Buddhist science of mind.

Course Description:

This course explores the criteria of a valid cognition and its various classifications, based on the teachings of the Pramana tradition, or Buddhist epistemology and cognitive psychology. We will analyze our consciousness and determine to what degree it is in agreement with its observed object or not; when our mind is direct or not; what the difference is between deceiving and non-deceiving, mistaken and non-mistaken, conceptual and non-conceptual types of awareness. We will also study the objects of perceiving subjects.

Date:  Mondays, January 6th – March 30th

Time:  7:00pm – 8:30pm

Location: Nalandabodhi Boulder, 100 Arapaho Ave, #6

Registration details coming soon!

Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche founded Nitartha Institute in 1996, under the guidance of Khenchen Thrangu Rinpoche and Khenpo Tsültrim Gyamtso Rinpoche. The parent organization is Nitartha International, an educational organization dedicated to the preservation of Tibet’s heritage of religious and philosophical texts. Though the focus of our curriculum is the Kagyü and Nyingma understanding of the Dharma, the Institute upholds the importance of non-sectarianism and appreciation of the many forms of Buddhism. Students of any background are welcome and encouraged to attend—the Institute is open to all who are interested in deepening their study and practice of Buddhism.  https://nitarthainstitute.org/

Sunday Open Meditation

All are welcome!

gong 300

The sitting practice of meditation is an invaluable tool!
Come join us any Sunday morning between 9:00 and 11:00 AM.
We offer basic instruction at 9 am and continue with mindful sitting and walking meditation.

Green Tara Practice from 11:00 to 12:30 on the 1st Sunday of the month

On the 4th Sunday of the month, we have Open Heart Circle practice from 11:00 – 11:30 to send prayers to those who are ill or have recently died.  

Nalandabodhi Mission Statement

Offering the timeless wisdom and boundless compassion of the Buddha to inspire individuals and create kind communities in today’s world
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Upcoming Program & Events

Thursday Evening Gatherings
Our salons promise to be very eclectic and interesting, attracting curious intellectuals and artistic souls

Please join us!
Nalandabodhi Boulder – 100 Arapaho, #6
7:00 – 8:30 pm Thursdays
Donation requested

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August 8 – Peter Lynch / Discussions on Indigenous Cultures

Please join in a conversation as we share some grounding principles of the cultures of indigenous peoples of the Plains and Mountain West. The approach will be impressionistic rather than pedagogical as we talk about these marvelous Native Groups.

SAVE THE DATES!

Details coming soon!

Introduction to Meditation

5 week course beginning September 5th

Ringu Tulku Rinpoche

October 8th & 9th

Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche

October 18-20th at Naropa University

Sunday Open Meditation

All are welcome!

gong 300

The sitting practice of meditation is an invaluable tool!
Come join us any Sunday morning between 9:00 and 11:00 AM.
We offer basic instruction at 9 am and continue with mindful sitting and walking meditation.

Green Tara Practice from 11:00 to 12:30 on the 1st Sunday of the month

On the 4th Sunday of the month, we have Open Heart Circle practice from 11:00 – 11:30 to send prayers to those who are ill or have recently died.  

Nalandabodhi Mission Statement

Offering the timeless wisdom and boundless compassion of the Buddha to inspire individuals and create kind communities in today’s world
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