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PostPosted: Fri Jun 03, 2011 1:32 am 

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The Mini-Siddha Path: Integrating Spiritual Practice Into a Busy Life
Sept 9-11, 2011 with Tulku Sherab Dorje

Turn your everyday life into a rich and deep spiritual practice! Tulku Sherdor has walked the talk of spiritual practice through the office hallways and urban streets of American life, and he would love to show you how to do the same.

The yogic tradition of Tibetan Buddhism offers a wealth of simple and effective techniques for seeing and using every experience to deepen and enhance practice. Tulku describes the application of these techniques to modern, busy life as “The Minisiddha Path,” as introduced in his book of memoirs and reflections, A Path Strewn with Flowers and Bones (available from Blazing Wisdom Institute, at Boulder Bookstore, and online retailers).

This program is open to all, but best suited for those who are searching for balance and integration in their spiritual practice while holding responsibilities for jobs and families.

Registration Information: Friday evening lecture 7-9 PM; suggested donation $15.
Sat./Sun. 9:30-11:30 & 1:30-4:00 PM; requested donation $135 ($125 if you attend the Friday evening talk.) No one will be turned away for inability to pay. Tax receipts available at the door.
Space is limited; please register in advance.
Contact: dharmaseminars@gmail.com or 303.349.9897 to register or with questions.
Location: Ratna Shri, 3565 Martin Drive in Boulder.

PostPosted: Mon Jun 27, 2011 11:20 pm 

Joined: Sat Dec 25, 2010 9:19 pm
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Location: Lafayette, CO
I'm looking forward to this. Tulku Sherdor is such an interesting individual. He's got such life experience as a lawyer at the same time as being a close disciple of Urgyen Kusum Lingpa, not to mention also having been recognized as a Tulku. If you read his autobiography, it's full of very real, very deep suffering. So if anyone has something useful to say about practicing Vajrayana as a layperson in the 21st century Western world, I think it would be Tulku Sherdor.

Pema Chophel པདྨ་ཆོས་འཕེལ

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