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Buddhadharma : Fall 2014
FALL 2014 BUDDHADHARMA: THE PRACTITIONER’S QUARTERLY 75 When the Naropa Institute in Boulder, Col- orado, offered its first summer program in 1974, no one expected more than a few hundred people to register. But when Bar- bara Dilley arrived there to teach dance, she found 1,300 people eager to listen to talks by spiritual teachers such as Chögyam Trungpa, Ram Dass, and Kobun Chino, as well as poets and artists such as Allen Ginsberg, Anne Wald- man, and John Cage. That first encounter with Naropa, the brain- child of Chögyam Trungpa, was an eye-opener for Dilley, who had been a longtime member of by Michael Haederle PROFILE NAROPA UNIVERSITY (Top) The Lincoln Building, located on one of Naropa’s three campuses in Boulder, Colorado (Inset) Students attending an introduction to Buddhist psychology course the Merce Cunningham dance company in New York. “I felt something happening,” she says. “I was particularly caught by Trungpa Rinpoche’s teaching and the atmosphere around him and the other people there.” Forty years later, the Naropa Institute is now Naropa University, a fully accredited school with both undergraduate and graduate degree programs and a formal focus on contemplative education. Dilley, who went on to lead the uni- versity for much of the 1980s and still teaches in the dance department, says Chögyam Trungpa’s vision of education for an enlightened society PHOTOGRAPHS | (TOP) LINDSAY MICHKO; (INSET) JACK GREENE