The Wet Mountain Sangha!
A Zen Buddhist
Community in Pueblo, Colorado
Directions to the Zendo Here
Wet Mountain Sangha is a Zen Buddhist community
dedicated to the path of awakening.
group meets weekly on Wednesdays at
6:00 for meditation as well as on the second
and fourth Saturday mornings of each month.
There are no membership dues or sign-up sheets.
The sangha considers anyone to be a member who
wishes to be.
are welcome, and no prior experience is necessary.
A brief orientation to meditation is available
on Wednesdays at 5:40 p.m.
Mountain Sangha: 719 214-6002
meditation instructor at 719 994-3278
Steering Committee Chair,at 719 248-1542
for more information about sittings, precept classes,
koan study, wayfarer
or the next Introduction to Meditation class.
Wet Mountain Sangha located at 740 W 15th
is a Zen Buddhist community
in Pueblo, Colorado. The sangha is part
of the Open Source Network, a network
of zen practice communities and individuals
in the western United States committed
to co-creation, life in this world, and
helps you go home to the present. And every
time you go there and recognize a condition
of happiness that you have, happiness comes.
recently updated 09-02-15
The Radiance of the Dark – Joan
From our founding teacher's DarmaWorks
Project,here is Joan's new film project.
Inherent Freedom of Being: Waking Up Just as You are
Public Talk by Andrew Palmer, Sensei Wednesday, September
16, 2015, 6:00 p Center for Inner Peace, 740 W. 15th
more information click
Me: Waking Up to My Life:
program that teaches you to respond with mindfulness
to everyday life. The class meets on eight consecutive
Mondays, September 14 - November 2, 2015. You can
register for one of two sessions: Afternoon 1:00 -
3:00pm. Evening 5:30 - 7:30pm. Class size is limited.
Registration required by September 8. Contact Jude
LaFollette for information or to register: 719-557-5205
see attached flyer
the Tao Practice
Cultivating the Tao: Tao Te Ching A practice series
with Andrew Palmer, Sensei As we did last year, we'll
again ease our way into autumn by spending time exploring,
enjoying and abiding with a Taoist classic - the Tao
Te Chingthis time around. This is not a study group
but more of an inviting of the words and teachings
into our lives, keeping company with them, allowing
them to infuse our days and nights, and coming together
regularly to share our experiences and discoveries.
Rather than work straight thought the chapters, each
week I'll provide selections sharing a common theme
that we will read and re-read, take for a walk through
our lives, play with, and notice what happens when
we simply welcome them in. The opening lines of YongJia
Xuanjue's Song of Realizing the Way come to mind when
I think of the spirit of this practice series: There
is someone at peace, walking in the Tao, beyond theories,
not fleeing delusion, not seeking truth. Any version
of the Tao Te Ching will do. I've been working primarily
with Red Pine's translation while looking into others
as well, and will provide resources you can use in
addition to any version you may already have. The
initial selections will be sent out a week ahead of
our first gathering, along with suggestions for working
with them, so please sign up by August 15.Saturdays,
August 22-September 26 10 a.m. to Noon at The Palmer
Home Suggested Donation: $10 per session (5 sessions
additional information and to sign up: email@example.com
Tuesday Mornings Sittings
and friends of the Wet Mountian Sangha, for those who
have been looking for a practice opportunity but are
burdened with the hustle-and-bustle of the daily-grind
schedule, Wet Mountain Sangha is expanding Open Hall
to include Tuesday mornings. Morning meditation
has been a foundation for daily practice across traditions
and it is with this spirit that WMS invites anyone and
everyone to take up the path and join us at the Zendo
(for open hall) from 6:30 am- to 7:30 am at the CIP.
Arrive a little early if you wish for orientation or
to help with the set up. It is okay to quietly arrive
or leave at 7:00.