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For the true happiness of all beings, Dzogchen Shri Singha Association of Salt Lake City offers classes, practice sessions, teachings and retreats on Buddhism. The main focus is increasing positive thinking such as love and compassion, both on the cushion and in everyday life.

Buddha Path meditation reduces worry and stress, promotes health, increases joy and happiness, creates positive conditions that benefit others, and leads to unsurpassable enlightenment.

The Buddha Path is a practice manual, written in English, compiled by Dzogchen Khenpo Choga Rinpoche. The Buddha Path also refers to Dharma, the cause of both temporary and lasting happiness — renunciation, compassion, faith, love and wisdom.

November 2014 schedule

Sunday November 2
10-11 am
The Yoga Center–Sugarhouse (2000 E 2670 South)
Morning practice: shamatha (peaceful resting meditation) and reading from The Buddha Path
Please bring a cushion or a folding chair that will not damage the floor of the studio

Sunday November 9
1:30-3:30 pm
SLC Main Library (conference room E, next to the children’s library downstairs)
Buddha Path practice
RSVP required: evansjoe108@gmail.com

Sunday November 16
7:00-8:45 pm
The Yoga Center–Sugarhouse (2000 E 2670 South)
Practice from The Buddha Path
Please bring a cushion or a folding chair that will not damage the floor of the studio

Sunday November 23
1:30-3:30 pm
SLC Main Library (conference room E, next to the children’s library downstairs)
Buddha Path practice
RSVP required: evansjoe108@gmail.com

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