Summit Dharma Center
PO Box 6333
Breckenridge, Colorado 80424
|Tibetan Karma Kagyu|
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|The Summit Dharma Center offers Tibetan Buddhist Meditation, classes, discussion groups, and retreats, under the guidance of Ven. Chokyi Dhakpa Tenkyong (Michael Gregory). The Dharma Center's Bodhicharya Retreat Center, is located in Park County, Colorado, and is managed by Lhakpa Tsamchoe.
Classes are offered weekly throughout the state, in Breckenridge, Frisco, Carbondale, Aspen, Vail, Evergreen, and Denver. Our Sangha is growing rapidly, with more than 320 Dharma practitioners in weekly attendance.
Summit Dharma Center is affiliated with the Karma Kagyu lineage of Indo-Tibetan Buddhism. Ringu Tulku Rinpoche is the lifelong teacher of our spiritual guide, Chokyi Dhakpa / Michael Gregory.
|Averages of independent reviewers (23)|
(1 = Weak ... 5 = Excellent)
Reviewed By: Diane Lucas
As one of the many members of the Summit Dharma Center whose life has been transformed in such a positive way by the authentic dharma teachings of Michael Gregory and Ringu Tulku Rinpoche, I would like to offer the following comment to the anonymous Dharma Practitioner who reviewed our Center: I am very sorry that you have not been able to fathom the teachings of these two extraordinary men. I feel much compassion for you, and I wish you good luck on your spiritual journey.
Reviewed By: Michael Gregory
I completely believe in free-expression even when it is negative. I think that somebody who would say something like this though without leaving their name so that dialogue may ensue is not of much service to anyone. We have received glowing reviews from the N.Y. Times, Snow Lion (the most recent issue our center is on the front cover along with our precious teacher Ringu Tulku Rinpoche). Every now and then I suppose someone may become angry with our organization - but I have not seen this in many years now. We have a large organization with more than a dozen centers and over 400 members in weekly attendance, so I suppose every now and then someone may become disenchanted. We try our best to spread loving-kindness and inevitably we probably don't succeed with everyone. I apologize to this person, although I don't know what I've done and hope that he/she may forgive us for whatever problems may have occurred.
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