CyberDharma Teachings:

Gampopa’s Jewel Ornament of Liberation  and Q&A

Q&A Sunday June 30 at 9AM PT

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Special Practice Sessions:

Sadhana of Thousand Arm Avalokiteshvara

To be announced.

This session is an opportunity to practice the sadhana together. No teachings or instructions will be provided. Participants should have received necessary initiation/ empowerment. We hope that practitioners will use this opportunity to both familiarize and stabilize their practice. Click here for sadhana text.



Online Practice Sessions: 

Tara Mantra Recitation Session   

To be announced. 

A wonderful way to begin your day and to stabilize your practice. Each session will be 30-45 mins long.

20 Minutes of Calm 

Virtual Sittings – Online Meditation Sessions 

Tuesdays, 1pm ET  

Paused – resuming in the fall.


Special Events: 

Bodhi Day: Meditation & Aspiration Prayer Session

Recent Past Teachings:

  • Jewel Ornament of Liberation
  • Lojong: Thought and Mind Transformation
  • Sutra of Remembering the Sublime Three Jewels
  • Themes from the Lotus Sutra
  • Book of Kadam
  • Three Principle Aspects of the Path
  • The Lotus Sutra


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Select Verses on the Middle Way

Online retreat with the Venerable Tenzin Priyadarshi

Saturday, June 8 at 8AM PT

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This retreat includes teachings based on selected verses from Nagarjuna’s “Fundamental Stanzas on the Middle Way”


Upcoming Retreats

Everyone is welcome to  join us for these upcoming retreats, which include teachings, prayers, meditation and discussion.

*Note for On-line Retreats: Please take a screenshot of the connection details on the final landing page, once you’ve gone thru payments with PayPal. No reminder e-mails will be sent.


Meditations on Bodhichitta 

A one day retreat with the Venerable Tenzin Priyadarshi, in person and on-line. 

Saturday, July 20 | Miller Ranch Community Center,  Edwards, Colorado

Details:  Doors will open at 9:30 am with retreat starting at 10:00.  There will be a lunch break (brown bag, bring something to share, or walk to nearby restaurant at the Riverwalk).  The afternoon session goes until around 4pm.   E-mail: Ben or Susan with any questions.

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This retreat includes teachings based on selected verses from the works of Shantideva and Khunu Rinpoche Tenzin Gyaltsen, which encourages one to develop an altruistic heart and an enlightened mind through the motivation of bodhichitta.  For further reading: “Vast as the Heavens, Deep as the Sea” by Khunu Rinpoche and “The Way of the Bodhisattva” by Shantideva.



Etiquette for Virtual Gatherings, CyberDharma and on-line Retreats 

  • Join the session a few minutes prior to the actual start time.
  • Be sure that your computer is connected to the network and have the login information available.
  • When using video be sure that camera is at a proper angle. Or else choose not to transmit video.
  • Whether you are using computer audio or a phone line, mute yourself unless you have to say something or it is a Q&A session. After you’ve asked your question turn the phone to mute.
  • Do not pace around or talk to your pets or yourself while having the audio and video on. 
  • When using phone line only be sure you are at a quiet spot. If you are by yourself, please use a headset.
  • Prayer-books and texts are generally circulated in advance.

Virtual Meditation Sessions

  • Join the session a few minutes prior to the actual start time.
  • Find a quiet and comfortable place to Join in/ call in from.
  • Meditation sessions are generally silent unless it is a guided meditation
  • No Q&A unless the instructor has suggested as such