Welcome to the website for the Longmont Shambhala meditators.
Read about Shambhala on this page.
Please join us - Everyone welcome.
Weekly Thursday Evenings 7 - 9 pm (includes Tea)
First Saturday of every month 9 am - 12 noon
LOCATION For Thursday Night Events
The Meditation Place
324 Main Street, Longmont, CO (East alley entrance, parking directly East of our door)
What to Expect
Thursday evening is from 7-9 pm. Meditation instruction is available for newcomers at 7:00 pm. The evening always includes sitting and walking meditation. Some Thursdays practice is followed at 7:55 pm by a talk. Sometimes there is a reading and discussion instead. The third Thursday of the month is an extended practice of walking and sititing meditation until 8:30 pm, followed by tea and socializing.
Just Sit: Thursday August 22.
Occasionally we have a talk by an experienced teacher.
A period of meditation 7:00-9:00 pm. Tea at 8:30 pm. Introductory Instruction at 7:00 pm.
Five Week Drop-in Study and Practice
Thursdays September 12 – Oct 10.
Includes meditation, talks and discussion.
The topic for this series of talks is The Four Immeasurables:
How we develop compassion through the practice of wishing happiness, showing compassion, acknowledging joy
and discovering equanimity in ourselves and others.
Taught by senior teachers in the Shambhala/Buddhist tradition.
There is no fee but we do appreciate donations toward a teacher gift and our tea offering.
Check back for upcoming Thursday Talks with Senior Shambhala Teachers
Saturday Morning Nyinthun
Saturday morning sessions are now from 10 am until 12 noon
These are sitting and walking meditation practice intensives.
Included is the maitra bhavana practice - a compassion practice for others who are seriously ill or distressed.
No August Practice
Next Date = Saturday September 7th
For any session, if you would like to arrive late or leave early, you are entirely welcome. There is no expectation people have to stay for the entire practice.
AUDIO LIBRARY (Updated September 2017)
Use this link to the Members Page to listen to some of the talks that were given by senior teachers on Thursday nights at our regular gathering at The Meditation Place. Enjoy them for the first time -- or hear them again!
Interested in learning how to meditate?
One way to start is to view this online video:
Thursday August 25
The Meditation Place
This is a practice that combines meditation, chanting and contemplation of the Basic Goodness of ourselves, others and society.
Everyone is welcome to attend.
Instruction will be given.
Tea and discussion included.
Join us for a celebration of our good hearts and minds.
Check back soon for events!
LSMG BOOK CLUB
Has finished for the moment.
Check back for our next book and dates!
OPEN HEART OPEN MIND: LOOKING AT DEATH
An Open Series of Monthly Forums
When: Third Saturday of the month.
Next Gathering: TBA
2pm to 3:30pm
Location: The Meditation Place
Check back for discussion topic
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Donations are not required but are appreciated.
This group is open to anyone who has a meditation practice and is interested in the topic of Death and Dying...
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Our Mission Statement: The Longmont Shambhala Meditation Group aspires to create a more harmonious and sane society and a culture of kindness, generosity, and courage. We invite all people to connect with their inherent wisdom and compassion through meditation practice, the study of the Shambhala teachings, and service to the community.
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Last updated August 19th, 2019
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