Awakening the Heart

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Awakening the Heart

Time: September 28, 2013 from 10am to 12pm
Location: Kagyu Sukha Chöling meditation center
Street: 109 Clear Creek Drive
City/Town: Ashland
Website or Map: http://www.kscashland.org
Phone: 541-552-1769
Event Type: community
Organized By: Lama Pema and Lama Yeshe
Latest Activity: Aug 9, 2013

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Join Lama Pema and Lama Yeshe for a non-residential retreat weekend at Kagyu Sukha Chöling meditation center, 109 Clear Creek Drive, Ashland on September 28 and 29, from 10 AM – noon and 2 – 4 PM, each day. The path of the Bodhisattva (awakened being) rests upon the aspiration to develop the skillful means that will enable us to benefit others. To carry out that aspiration will depend upon a step-by-step journey of transformation. The lamas will present teachings on these paramitas (transcendent virtues), as well as creative ways to bring them into our daily interactions and meditations.

Suggested donation: $25/session, cash or check only.  All are welcome.  Pre-registration is not required.  For information on classes, practice groups, retreats and Buddhist library open to the public, call 541-552-1769, email [email protected] or visit www.kscashland.org.

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