Independent Meditation Center Guide

""Karma," he [Buddha] often said, "is intention": i.e., a movement of the mind that occurs each time we think, speak, or act. By being mindful of this process, we come to understand how intentions lead to habitual patterns of behavior, which in turn affect the quality of our experience."
Stephen Batchelor, Buddhism Without Beliefs.

Colorado Zen Center, World Zen Fellowship
1701 Trail Creek Rd.
Idaho Springs,  Colorado   80457
(For best directions, please ask the center.)
Email Click to contact via e-mail
Phone 303-567-2389
Center's Description
The World Zen Fellowship has Dharma centers in the Washington DC metropolitan area (The Potomac Zen Sangha) , New York City (Patriarchal Zen Society) and Denver, Colorado (Colorado Zen Center).

We provide a pure, compassionate, harmonious, peaceful and open path to universal enlightenment through traditional Zen lineage practice.

Lineage Zen is a special transmission from Buddha to lineage masters outside of doctrinal teachings. Zen Master Pohwa Sunim brought this mind-to-mind teaching from the lineage masters and founded the World Zen Fellowship in the United States.

The Colorado Zen Center opened on September 21st, 2002. Teacher Hyang-Lim (Philip Regas) has been a student of Zen Master Pohwa for many years. The Center is located in the scenic Rocky Mountains, west of Denver. Sitting is also available in Denver, CO. Please call or send an email for details.

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