Organization

 

A Shared Awareness
Location
The Lofts, 105 E Street #3G, Davis, CA
Hours
Monday, 7-9PM
Tuesday, 7-9PM
Phone
(530) 756-2671
Teacher

Sunny Shine

Yogi Acharya Lama Gursam  

July 9th - Aug 1, 2015

Weekdays M-F teachings on Lojong (mind training) 7 to 9 p.m., Weekends Sat/ Sun daylong Mahamudra meditation retreats 10 am to 5 pm. Please arrive 1/2 hour early to settle in.

All are invited to attend.  The teachings are free.  Donations gladly accepted with gratitude and support Lama's teachings and meditation practice.

JOIN OUR WEEKLY MEDITATION & PUJA

Our Sangha gathers weekly on Monday and Tuesday evenings at 7 pm for puja. On Monday, the puja follows the Practice Book of Lama Gursam Rinpoche of the Bodhicitta Foundation http://www.lamagursam.org/index.html, followed by our Dharma Reading and Discussion Group. On Tuesday, the puja follows the Practice as taught by Anam Thubten Rinpoche of the Dharmata Foundation http://www.dharmatafoundation.com/, and is followed by listening together to a recorded teaching. We meet at A Shared Awareness, The Lofts, 105 E Street #3G, Davis, CA, and begin promptly at 7 pm. Please join us!

Street Parking in the downtown area is generally available and free on week nights. Other than street parking you may try the parking structure above the movie theaters on E Street between First & Second Streets, or the parking lot behind Whole Foods Market on the south side of First Street between D & E Streets.

Come alone or bring a friend; you are welcome anytime! We hope you will take this opportunity to join us and deepen your practice of the dharma. Do feel free to invite a friend and to tell others about these regular practice sessions! For more information call Sunny (530)756-2671 or e-mail davisdharmata@gmail.com (answer within a few days) Ask to be added to the mailing list. Come help us wear out our cushions!

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Lama Gursam spends half the year in Nepal and India doing personal retreat and attending advanced teachings. The other six months he travels extensively, teaching at various centers.  He teaches in English and gives focus on practical application in everyday life.  He says "It is not necessary to be a Buddhist to meditate....When I teach, I am sharing Buddhism, but there is no expectation that you will become a Buddhist."  He is a great joy to be with! joyous day