1019 E Main St
Bozeman, MT 59715
Weekend Retreat with
Anam Thubten Rinpoche
June 15 – 17, 2018
Bozeman Dharma Center
Friday evening 7 – 9 pm (also open to the public)
Saturday, 10:00 am – 5 pm
Sunday, 10:00 am – 5 pm
There are three important aspects of meditation: mindful attention, open awareness and loving kindness. By practicing these, we can let go of negative mental patterns and expand our heart and mind, bringing about joy, peace and inner freedom. Anam Thubten will teach and guide participants in developing these three aspects of meditation and share Buddhist wisdom on working with our thoughts and emotions.
Please note that the Dharmata Foundation has asked that participants attend both Saturday and Sunday retreat days. Friday evening talk is not required for full attendance. Your registration fee covers the suggested $15 donation for the Friday public talk.
Registration now open!
Please register early as this retreat fills up quickly!
We have compiled some suggestions for lodging and restaurants for out of town guests which can be found here.
Please direct any questions to: email@example.com
About Anam Thubten’s Teachings
The goal is to unburden ourselves from mental habits that cause unnecessary suffering and to realize our natural state which is the inner dimension of peace, joy, and love. Anam Thubten invites everyone to experience this spiritual transformation through meditation practice and the timeless teachings of the Buddha.
Anam Thubten grew up in Tibet and at an early age began to practice in the Nyingma tradition of Tibetan Buddhism. He is the founder and spiritual advisor of Dharmata Foundation, teaching widely in the U.S. and occasionally abroad. He is also the author of various articles and books in both the Tibetan and English language. His books in English include The Magic of Awareness, No Self, No Problem, and Embracing Each Moment available at the Bozeman Dharma Center.
For more information and to access talks by Anam Thubten, see Dharmata.org.
Sponsored by the Bozeman Dharmata Sangha.
in partnership with the Dharmata Foundation
Hosted by the Bozeman Dharma Center