Bozeman Dharmata Sangha
The Bozeman Dharmata Sangha was formed in 2010 under the direction of Tibetan Buddhist meditation master and founder of the international Dharmata Foundation, Anam Thubten Rinpoche. We are guided and inspired by his teachings and presence.
We aspire to integrate these teachings into our daily lives through study, practice and meditation, for the benefit of all beings. In addition to weekly Sangha meetings, we host programs and retreats with Anam Thubten Rinpoche and other Tibetan Buddhist teachers.
We meet on Sundays, 11:00 am – 1:00 pm
Live streamings (from Point Richmond, CA) start at noon.
All are welcome to join us for practice and community!
12/3 Guided meditation and Dharma talk by Anam Thubten (live streaming)
12/10 Guided meditation and Dharma talk by Anam Thubten (live streaming)
12/17 Peer-led meditation and book discussion “Embracing Each Moment”
12/24 Peer-led meditation and book discussion “Embracing Each Moment”
12/31 Guided meditation and Dharma talk by Anam Thubten (live streaming)
Please consider helping with the set-up for our sangha gatherings by arriving 15-20 minutes early to assist the leader for that day. Thank you for your participation and support!
About Dharmata’s Leadership
The Bozeman Dharmata Sangha is under the spriritual guidance of Anam Thubten Rinpoche. Susan Morgan, ordained as a Dharma Leader by Anam Thubten in 2012, guides and advices the sangha. The group is coordinated by the local Dharmata Council: Mem Schultz, Ellen Sagmyr, Casey Cassidy, Sheila Devitt, and Ash Schoep.
Susan Morgan is a student of Tibetan Buddhism and practiced for many years in the Christian and Theravadan Buddhist traditions. Inspired by Anam Thubten Rinpoche’s teachings, Susan co-founded the Bozeman Dharmata Sangha in 2010 and was ordained by him as a Dharma Leader in 2012. She is a co-founder of the Bozeman Dharma Center. Susan is a diplomate Jungian analyst, a former psychotherapist and social worker and has eight grandchildren. Over the past few years, she made several pilgrimages to the Buddhist sites in India, Bhutan and Nepal. With dedication to everyone’s potential for transformation and awakening, she brings her experience of the joys and sufferings of the human heart to her teachings on and off the cushion.
If you would like individual meditation instruction or for more information please contact Susan at: DharmataBozeman@gmail.com
Anam Thubten Rinpoche
Dharmata is a Sanskrit word meaning “luminosity”, “the way it is”, suchness, our original nature.
“In Buddhism, enlightenment is called “inner relief”,
a form of laying down the burden.”
-Anam Thubten, The Magic of Awareness
About Anam Thubten Rinpoche
To learn more about the Dharmata Foundation and to access Anam Thubten’s teaching and/or to join go to: https://www.dharmata.org
To view Anam Thubten’s teaching and retreat schedule, please visit www.dharmata.org/events-calendar.