Lhasang Ceremony and Picnic
Saturday, June, 16, 2018
11686 Flatiron Drive
Lafayette, CO 80026
Starting 11:00 am
Everyone is invited to this celebration of the solstice and gathering of sangha and friends in a beautiful outdoor setting with a sweeping view of the mountains, with direct interaction with the environmental elements and dralas!
11 am: Riwo Sangcho lhasang practice *
12 pm–late afternoon: potluck picnic and celebration.
Please bring one of the following: main dish, side dish, salad, dessert.
Please also bring something to drink, alcoholic or non-alcoholic.
Bring a sweater or jacket even if it is a hot day… the weather can change quickly. Bring sun block, insect repellant, an umbrella, and a picnic blanket if you wish.
* Lhasang : A lhasang is a liturgical ceremony derived from the Tibetan tradition involving the burning juniper to make an offering of fragrant smoke to the Buddhas, Bodhisattvas, transcendent and worldly deities. The function of the lhasang is to purify negative actions, obstacles, and environmental problems, and to magnetize positive circumstances, health, prosperity, and harmonious relations with people and the environment. Lhasangs are performed on significant days of the calendar, such as Summer Solstice.
Directions from Boulder to 11686 Flatiron Drive, Lafayette
Valmont Road east to Hwy 287
(Valmont ends at 95th St. go right, south, ¼ mile and continue east on Isabelle)
Cross Hwy 287, then left, north, on 107th St.
Right on Flatiron Dr.
Drive a few blocks east and up the hill. The address is on mail box.
(Will have prayer flags out front)
For a Google map click here
See you there!