We have news from our directors from 2013-14, Kelly and Sergey Noskov, who are now in a nice village just outside of Ulan Ude, Buryatia, Russia. They are buying a house which you can see here. Kelly says: If you click on “street view” you should be looking right at the house we plan to
KTTG welcomes back Zoe de Bray to her former position as director. The KTTG board unanimously voted to reinstate Zoe after a one year absence. The interim was covered admirably by Sergey and Kelly Noskov. Sergey is a traditional thangka painter and Kelly has been a Tibetan Buddhist nun. We thank them for their untiring
KTTG Welcomes Zoe DeBray back as Director The KTTG board unanimously voted to reinstate Zoe after a one year absence. The interim was covered admirably by Sergey and Kelly Noskov. Sergey is a traditional thangka painter and Kelly has been a Tibetan Buddhist nun. We thank them for their untiring service to KTTG and wish
Zoe has resigned as director of KTTG. She has been a visionary, loving and hard-working leader for our small and diverse group. She will be deeply missed here in Crestone where she has not only accomplished many great acheivements for KTTG but has also forged deep bonds with the other spiritual centers and the entire
On Sunday, June 23, about 25 people gathered at the stupa to recite offering prayers and good wishes for His Holiness’s long life. (Photo courtesy Daniel Brooks). Smoke from nearby wildfires fills the valley behind the chanters. Circumambulating the stupa with the photo of His Holiness. A delicious birthday cake was offered.
Visitors to Crestone and the Stupa should be aware that Curt’s Olde Country Store is now out of business. Groceries are available elsewhere in town, but Curt’s had the only gas pump. The closest gas stations now are in Hooper (30 miles from town if you’re coming from the south) and Poncha Springs (53 miles
Losar-la Tashi Delegs! Happy New Year of the Water Snake! Many Dharma practitioners practice certain rituals on certain days to make use of the astrological forces of the sun-moon cycle to enhance that particular ritual. The Tibetan calendar was designed with this in mind, and many of us practice Guru Rinpoche feast on the 10th