The Bozeman Dharma Center’s mission is to provide a welcoming, supportive, and peaceful refuge for all who suffer and seek to experience their innate true nature of wisdom, compassion and liberation through the timeless teachings of the Buddha for the benefit of all beings.
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- Low TransmissionThe CDC is listing Gallatin County as having low COVID transmission right now! This means masking is optional when you are in person at the BDC. We check Gallatin County’s status weekly and we have a sign on a table near our front door that lets you know if masks are required or optional. Masks are provided in case you […]
- Feeling like homeThe new space is feeling like home with new blinds and lamps. Come by and check it out. We’d love your feedback!
- Bozeman Insight Community UpdateDue to Suzanne’s retreat this fall, the Insight community has invited a stellar list of guest teachers for their Thursday nights. Since most teachers now to Sept 15 will be on zoom, the Insight sangha will be zoom only August 11 to September 15 (except August 18 which is in-person for Suzanne’s final evening before retreat). BIC will meet in-person again Sept 22 – […]
- Half-Day SitJoin Karen DeCotis and the Bozeman Zen Group on Sunday, August 14 for a half-day of practice. This is a wonderful way to deepen your practice, get some experience with retreat practice and still have your weekend! Sit zazen, do walking meditation (kinhin), stretch, listen to a Dharma Talk, and chant. The Zen group asks for a $15 donation for […]