Day-Long Retreat – The Three Principal Paths

“If your spiritual practice and the demands of your everyday life are not in harmony, it means there’s something wrong with the way you are practicing. Your practice should satisfy your dissatisfied mind while providing solutions to the problems of everyday life. If it doesn’t, check carefully to see what you really understand about your religious practice.”  – Lama Yeshe

John Bruna teaching at the Durango Dharma Center
John Bruna teaching at the Durango Dharma Center

Join us for a day dedicated to cultivating the Three Principal Paths, often referred to as the Three Principal Aspects of the path. This is a famed teaching by  Je Tsongkhapa’s (1357–1419) that contains the essence of the entire path to enlightenment, the wish for freedom from suffering, the altruistic intention of great compassion, and the wisdom realizing the nature of reality.  One does not need to be a Buddhist to benefit from these practices; they are universal to people of all faiths, traditions and cultures. The retreat will include teaching, meditation and discussion.

Time: Saturday, May 30, 2015 from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm.

Location: Third Street Center, 520 S. Third Street, Suite 28, Carbondale, CO 81623

Cost: By donation. Suggested donation is $40. All are welcome and encouraged to attend regardless of their ability to donate. You may bring your donation to the retreat or if you would like to make a secure online donation using your credit card, you can use the donation button below.

Questions: Email or call 970-510-0583.

Registration: Please register in the form below.