at the Dharma Center
These listings are color coded:
Insight Meditation events are in Blue,
Zen events are in Black
and Tibetan Events are in Maroon.
Green listings are multi-lineage events.
(These color codings are for reference as to the lineage source or orientation of the teacher, but all events are open to all practitioners.)
Why Buddhism and the Modern World Need Each Other
An evening with David Loy
Friday, October 20, 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
The highest ideal of Western civilization (now globalized) has been to restructure our societies so that they are more socially just. The most important goal for Buddhism is to awaken and put an end to the dukkha (suffering) due to the delusion of a separate self. Today it has become obvious that we need both: not just because individual transformation and social transformation complement each other, but because each needs the other in order to be successful.
This is a stand-alone, talk open to the public which kicks off a weekend non-residential retreat led by David. For more information and to register for the retreat, click here.
On the occasion of our 4th birthday, we invite everyone in the community to come celebrate the unfolding of the dharma in our midst and brainstorm where we might go from here. Please join members of the Bozeman Dharma Center Board of Directors and Programming Committee to share ideas, possibilities and refreshments. We’d love to see you there!
Wednesday, December 20th
7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Please join us for an evening celebrating the winter solstice and the returning of the light. The evening will close with tea and conversation. All are welcome!