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Buddhadharma : Summer 2008
buddhadharma: the practitioner’s quarterly summer 20 0 8 66 HSUMINGCHIANG BLENDING TRADITION, COMMUNITY, AND FAMILY Young Women in Buddhism Balancing Spiritual Leadership and Family Duties Relationships and Decision-Making Lesbian Women Practicing Dharma Buddhism and Society Eightfold Path and the Kitchen Sink Embodiment of Enlightenment as Women Taking Buddha to Work Entwinement and Liberation: Buddhists Living with Disabilities Role of Bhikkhunis and Monastics in US Body-Centered Meditation a Practicum http://www.shin-ibs.edu/denver.php or call 720-244-2299 The Institute of Buddhist Studies and Tri-State Denver Buddhist Temple invite you to join in a conversation with Theravadin, Mahayana and Vajrayana teachers. CONFERENCE DATES: AUGUST 29-31, 2008 ® J oin sessions on how Buddhism can support us in daily life—in work, in family and in play. Guest teachers include: DR. JUDITH SIMMER-BROWN, Naropa University LUCINDA GREEN, Rocky Mountain Insight Meditation DR. DAVID MATSUMOTO, Institute of Buddhist Studies TENZIN KACHO, Western Buddhist Monastic Conferences BISHOP KOSHIN OGUI, Buddhist Churches of America And many more from throughout the United States. LOCATION: Tri-State Denver Buddhist Temple 1947 Lawrence Street, Denver, Colorado 80202 REGISTRATION: $75. For information contact Institute of Buddhist Studies: Tri-State Denver Buddhist Temple Institute of Buddhist Studies Conference keynote by Dr. Judith Simmer-Brown, Naropa University and Acharya, Shambhala Tibetan Buddhism, and author of Dakini’s Warm Breath: The Feminine Principle in Tibetan Buddhism In conjunction with this conference an online course is being offered by the Institute of Buddhist Studies.