Empathy & Insight - Meditation Retreat in Evergreen
ScheduleCoffee & Registration: 9:30-10:00am
Meditation Session 1: 10:00 – 11:30am
Meditation Session 2: 12:00-1:30pm
About This Event
Opening our heart to others and letting the love flow becomes natural and easy when we can stop being so hung up on ourselves. In Buddhism, wisdom and compassion are said to be like 2 wings of a bird — our wisdom realizing the dream-like nature of our self and our compassion reaching out to others complement each other, flying us to the city of fulfillment and joy. In this half-day retreat, we will practice an enjoyable and accessible meditation for opening our heart and deepening our wisdom, both at the same time! This is sure to give you food for thought and put a smile on your face.
Meditation in Evergreen, Colorado
Meditation Retreats Near Denver
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Mailing Address: Meditation in Evergreen
134 Beaver Lane, Evergreen, CO 80439
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MICHAEL DEFEVER December 10, 2018
I have been to a number of events with Kadam Lucy James. She is talented at helping the audience get into a great meditative space. For example, on a Friday night she will help everyone relax after a busy day of travel. Other times she introduces deep topics in a way that you can meditate on them. But if it's been a long day of retreat sessions, she'll be especially gentle and light. When I've met her, she is entirely approachable. Kadam Lucy James is one teacher that I think can connect with any audience.
Justin Oliver January 06, 2018
Kadam Lucy is one of the most knowledgable and experienced teachers of meditation and Buddhism of which I'm aware. All of her students love and appreciate her skillful presentations of Dharma.
Dallas Jacobs August 28, 2015
I was very fortunate to hear Lucy give a free talk on living in the moment at the Kadampa Meditation Center in Baltimore, Maryland last week. Her self deprecating humor and use of straight forward examples from every day life, made her points on the power and serenity of living in the moment and the futility of dwelling on the past or getting anxious about the future, crystal clear; more so than any of the books I have read on this subject.