Sundays at 10:30am-12pm April 4, 11, 18
In times of turmoil we can see the necessity of wisdom to guide our actions. Although Buddhism is an ancient spiritual path, what Buddha taught is timeless and universally applicable, especially during these complex and challenging times.
In his fundamental teaching, The Four Noble Truths, Buddha explains the spiritual path in a clear and simple manner. These four wisdoms show a way to the end of suffering and how to find supreme inner peace. With this ultimate problem-solving wisdom, anyone can develop a fearless and optimist approach to their life!
In Sutra of the Four Noble Truths, Buddha says:
You should know sufferings.
You should abandon origins.
You should attain cessations.
You should practice the path.
|April 4||The 1st Noble Truth: Understanding Suffering|
|April 11||The 2nd & 3rd Noble Truths: Origins & Cessations|
|April 18||The 4th Noble Truth: The Path|
|April 25||Special Course: Following Truth + Buddhist Refuge Vow Ceremony|
|This session on the 25th is part of the Following Truth course. Please use that page for registration, thanks!|
With Resident Teacher Trina Gunther
Trina Gunther is a long-time practitioner of Modern Kadampa Buddhism. She has studied and practiced in Dharma centers under Gen-la Dekyong and Gen Rigpa, and she has worked as Education Program Coordinator at centers in Los Angeles and the UK. She is an inspiring example of a lay practitioner of Kadampa Buddhism, and brings with her a wealth of practical experience of putting Buddha's teachings into practice amidst a busy daily life.
Location ~ Fort Collins
Heruka Buddhist Center
149 W Harvard St, Suite 102
Fort Collins, CO 80525
We are just off of College Ave. Harvard is two lights north of the mall, or the first light south of Drake. Go west one block to McClelland, turn south, and then immediately turn into the parking lot.
NOTE: Parking is on the south side of the building, and entrance is not from Harvard St., but McClelland Dr.