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    I’m contemplating putting together a gathering/retreat to this place Shambhala Mountain
    They have several different programs throughout the year. I’d be looking at more doing a group rental of one of their setups, participating in the program available, but also having some side time to do our own thing, Would anyone be interested in traveling to Colorado to be taught meditation of Qigong by a master?
    Here are some of the Programs Available, check them out tell me what you think, if it would be worthwhile doing a gathering/retreat here. If there’s enough interest, I’ll look into pricing and stuff.

    Hmm, I’ve looked more into the programs and although it would be nice, they are cost prohibitive, $300+, so I guess back to the drawing board.

    Kol Drake

    heh… typical see-saw for me…  either I have the time (and no money) or the money (unable to get the time off).

    Got to admit, if time and money were not an issue, it does look good … and Colorado is a nice area to visit regardless.


    At one time, a group had tons of land up in that same area and were ‘giving it away’… almost literally, to those who wished to establish their organizations there.  I looked into it back in the late late 90s but they had already stopped doing it since they got an overload of folks wanting to ‘build’… churches, temples, etc.  (and camp facilities) all over.  Suppose it is long past time to check it out again.


    actually is a whole town, Crestone, in the Rockies just east of where I’m at, they’ve stopped giving it away, but now there is some type of grant.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crestone,_Colorado#Spiritual_Centers

    the Manitou Foundation and Manitou Institute, which, according to its website, “provides and grants and some financial support in Crestone/Baca, Colorado, to qualified religious and spiritual projects.

    It seems like a beautiful place, and one I mentioned back when everyone was talking about an offline temple.

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