Big Sky Mind
Buddhist Wisdom for Modern Life

Weekly Teachings with David Curtis in Hamilton, MT

Wheel of Dharma: Teachings of Buddhism
Wheel of Dharma: Teachings of Buddhism

Find Greater Joy in Life and Spread Peace in the World

Join David Curtis every other week in Hamilton, MT for Tibetan Buddhist teaching and meditation. By gently applying ancient Buddhist perspectives and techniques to our busy daily lives, we can gradually transform ourselves and our relationships in every aspect of life.

 

 David Curtis teaching on Chenrezig 
 
David Curtis teaching on Chenrezig 

Teachings on Buddhism and Meditation
Every 2nd and 4th Sunday of the month
11 am- 12:30
The group meets at the  Simple Yoga studio : 100 Skeeles in Hamilton

 

One-Day Meditation Retreats
Come join us as we explore some Tibetan Buddhist practices and techniques you can use to change your mind in order to change your experience and your world. This is a practical, technique-based retreat with lecture, instruction, and practice. The retreats are suitable for people of all faiths, as well as both beginning and experienced meditators, including those who have never before attended a retreat.

Dates and location TBA  

 

Instructor David Curtis

David Curtis


As the founder of Big Sky Mind and the Tibetan Language Institute, David has taught meditation, Buddhist studies, and the Tibetan language to hundreds of Western students since 1993.  He has been a student of Tibetan Buddhism for over 25 years. Upon completion of a traditional 3-year meditation retreat, he was named a lama. He now lives with his family near Hamilton, Montana.

 

 

For further Information: Call  406/ 961-5131 or  Email: info@tibetanlanguage.org

 

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