Durango Sangha

Ours is a relatively small but active san­gha modeled on teachings of the Insight Meditation Society. We meet for evening meditations every week at a member’s

home and hold retreats here twice a year with visiting teachers from Spirit Rock and Insight Meditation Center. address: c/o Bill Manning,

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Insight Meditation Community was es­tablished to serve the Vipassana commu­nity of the Boulder/Denver area. It supports the activities of local teachers and also sponsors three - to ten-day re­treats led by visiting teachers from Insight Meditation Society and Spirit Rock Cen­ter. The Insight Meditation Community Newsletter is sent out three times a year to over a thousand people.

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A simple, comfortable, solar-warmed mountain cabin, nestled in the pinon pines and wild sage, overlooks the vast San Luis Valley and welcomes the experi­enced solo meditator. Fireplace, comfy bed, basic kitchen, weekly laundry ser­vice, and unobtrusive daily delivery of your “meditation support care basket” assure that you will have nothing to do, nowhere to go. Sunset chanting of coy­otes in the arroyos, the song of the high

desert

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Rocky Mountain Insight offers an oppor­tunity for seekers of the dharma and peace of mind to gather, meditate, study, and share life on the spiritual path in the beauty of the Rockies. Having received transmission from Ruth Denison and



lived as an anagarika in Sri Lanka

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No description available. address: 760 Northwest Birch Street, Cedaredge, CO 81413 phone: (970) 835-8295 lineage: Vipassana meditation in the tradition of Burmese teacher Sayagyi U Ba Khin, as taught by S. N. Goenka spiritual head: S. N. Goenka of the Vipassana International Academy near Bombay, India. No resident teachers; numerous assistant teachers conduct courses on a guest basis.

contact: Judi Sammons

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We meet once a week on Tuesday eve­nings for an hour of Vipassana medita­
tion under the watchful eye of Lotus the Dog. This is usually followed by dinner at a neighborhood restaurant called Cuch - ina Leone, where we eat pasta and discuss the dharma.

address: 140 South Franklin Street, Denver, CO 80209 PHONE: (303) 722-3576 lineage: Burmese Vipassana contact: Mollie Jankovsky AFFILIATION: Autonomous ESTABLISHED: 1995 facilities:

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Vipassana meditation is still young in the West, and Ajahn Sobin Namto empha­sizes the benefits derived from classical “no-frills” training and from Insight practice as a tool for enlightenment. Originally from Thailand, Ajahn was a monk for thirty-two years and has taught Vipassana

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Vipassana Towers is a twelve-story, 125- unit apartment building located in the Broadway Terrace area of central Denver. The owners, Dr. David and Woinishet Snyder, provide a meditation hall (capac­ity: 120) and kitchen/dining area (seats forty) in the building rent-free to area Vipassana groups. All instruction, mem­bership, and retreats are offered free of charge; no donations or fees are accepted. Ajahn Sobin S. Namto lives in an apart­ment in the building

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