Rocky Mountain

Ecodharma Retreat Center

A Home for Meditation in Nature

Rocky Mountain Ecodharma Retreat Center is for all of us: A guest post

(By Nancy Peters*) Having already reserved a space at the newly-opened Rocky Mountain Ecodharma Retreat Center (RMERC) for our summer sessin next June, our Zen Center will be the first organization to hold a retreat there once the center reopens after extensive renovation work through the winter.

In July I had the privilege of being able to learn about RMERC by spending three days there. The first weekend’s activities–consisting of indoor and outdoor meditation periods, silent hikes, and talks about the new center–were led by Johann Robbins, a Buddhist Vipassana/Insight Meditation teacher and the center’s cofounder, director and cheerleader-in-chief.

I learned that a group of dedicated Buddhist visionaries, led and inspired by Robbins and Boulder-based Buddhist writer and activist David Loy–who through Impermanent Sangha have been leading outdoor meditation hike/retreats for years together–formed a nonprofit organization which two months ago used donations plus an interest-free loan to purchase the property from the Christian Science church for just $375,000. The rock-bottom price was due largely to the fact that when Hazel Schmoll, the famous Colorado educator, biologist and lobbyist, bequeathed the land to her church, her will stipulated that the property could only be resold to a nonprofit, and that it could never be developed but must remain in its unspoiled state. Conservation easements administered through the Nature Conservancy further ensure that the original wildness of the land will forever be preserved.

Offering 180 acres of pristine land a few miles from the Indian Peaks Wilderness and adjacent to the Arapahoe National Forest, just a 40-minute drive northwest of Boulder, RMERC is an excellent location for our summer outdoor sessin, now that our beloved Blue Mountain site is no longer available. There’s a lodge which will provide a zendo, dokusan (interview) rooms, kitchen, dining area, and space to sleep up to 25 participants, along with campsites for those who choose to sleep outside. Not to mention–hiking trails, a creek whose symphonic medley invites you to “enter here,” and a balcony overlooking mountain views that will take your breath away.

RMERC a place where we can breathe in “mu” and tread lightly on the land that the spruce trees, wildflowers, mountains, elk, moose, hummingbirds, flies, mountain lions, and black bears call home–even while unflinchingly confronting and acknowledging the deep injustices and suffering which the conquest of this land inflicted upon the original Indigenous inhabitants whose bones are buried beneath the soil where we walk in kinhin.

As stated on its website, RMERC’s mission is to be “a low cost home for spiritual practice, with an emphasis on practice in nature. We are a supportive place for deep practice, a place for meditation, retreats, workshops and Ecodharma; a place for learning from nature, teachers and other participants, and a place for discovering ourselves in a wild environment.”

Writes Loy, RMERC “brings Buddhism and Dharma back into the natural world where they originated, and fosters the clarity and compassion needed to better address the ecological crisis and its related social justice issues. We call this Ecodharma.”

Similarly, Robbins suggests that this center provides practitioners an opportunity “to experience your consciousness in a different way; realizing you are not separate from the natural world, and to be nourished and healed by that connection. To spend time in silence simply being, with inner and outer nature, in a beauty and wildness that humans cannot create, and the absolute need we have to be a part of that. And to share that experience with others of like mind and intention. To be, learn, teach, share, practice, and act; while being held by the earth and the sun.”

They expect to host both group and solo silent meditation retreats, for varying lengths of time, and welcome all spiritual practice traditions. They are further committed to providing “low cost retreats that are offered in the spirit of generosity.”

And especially, recognizing the privilege which a history of domination and conquest have conferred on European Americans at the expense of people of color, and which is at the core of deep national and international injustices and inequities today, RMERC leaders are committed to encouraging “retreats for underserved communities including people of color, veterans, youth, and other groups who have historically borne or will bear the brunt of ecological and socio-economic devastation;” as well as ecodharma workshops and retreats for activists.

But more than this, RMERC leaders want this to be a place where activists and spiritual practitioners come together to explore the true meaning of “ecodharma” and to express dharma in action by working to alleviate the root causes of the suffering and injustices in our world today.

                  Walking meditation (Kinhin) during Zazenkai on July 22, 2017 at RMERC

This aspect of RMERC was brought home to me by Zen priest, climate scientist and RMERC board member Kritee Kanko, who conducted the zazenkai I attended during my second weekend at RMERC. Kritee writes in her essay, Whiteness and privilege in eco-dharma: How should we confront them compassionately? “It is not hard to see that at least some of the institutional drivers that militantly keep poor people poor, disenfranchised and in the most polluted environments are the same drivers that lead to exploitation and plundering of mother Earth within and outside this country. The sense of duality and separateness that makes us (both as individuals and institutions) objectify nature, other human and non-human species also makes us materialistic and causes both environmental and social-justice problems…. we need true Eco-Dharma communities that look at both our inner (psycho-spiritual) and outer (institutional, corporate and political) greed….”

Finally, and most importantly, while at RMERC, I learned about the additional $200,000 and “sweat equity” required to make the septic system, insulation, water, and other infrastructure improvements that will allow the 80-year old lodge, cabin and barn to host the many spiritual practitioners and activists who are already lining up to reserve a spot for their retreats, programs and events. Which brings me to the question of “Who does RMERC belong to?”

As Robbins continually reminded us all, RMERC doesn’t belong to him and the board members–it belongs to all of us for whom it was created, who see the great need for such a center, believe in its potential, and plan to use it in the future. RMERC is counting on all of us to actively support it, through our financial donations, if we’re able, by volunteering to work on the many land and building restoration projects, and in whatever other ways each of us may be inspired to become involved.

So then, RMERC belongs to me, and to you. To learn more about getting involved with your RMERC, go to rmerc.org, or email [email protected].

*With degrees in English Literature and Human Resource Management, Nancy has worked as a storyteller, English as a Second Language teacher, employment specialist, and, most recently, intensive case manager in a Housing First program and volunteer in an organization advocating for the rights of people experiencing homelessness. Currently Nancy is helping present Paula Palmer’s Toward Right Relationship with Native Peoples workshops, practicing Zen Buddhism and yoga, and disciplining herself to write.

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2024 Retreats

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With Johann Robbins, David Loy, Rochelle Calvert and Cornelia Santschi

July 19 – 28, 2024
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With Johann Robbins and Cornelia Santschi

July 30 – August 3, 2024
Rocky Mountain Ecodharma Retreat Center (RMERC)
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Nonduality in Nature: The Direct Path of Beauty and Love

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August 4 – 10, 2024
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Book now and get $70.00 off listed prices. Offer valid until May 20, 2024.
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Rocky Mountain Ecodharma Retreat Center (RMERC)
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Deepen Your Connection to the Web of Life

With Rochelle Calvert and Piero Falci

August 20 – 25, 2024
Rocky Mountain Ecodharma Retreat Center (RMERC)
Book now and get $50.00 off listed prices. Offer valid until Jun 5, 2024.
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Gratitude, Joy and Deep Belonging

With Peter Williams and Dave Smith

August 26 – September 1, 2024
Book now and get $65.00 off listed prices. Offer valid until Jun 11, 2024.
This retreat emphasizes the ability of meditation in nature to ease the mind into silence, happiness, and deep belonging. With much of the retreat happening outdoors, participants will become aware of all their senses and learn to appreciate the simple joys the earth is always offering. Gratitude becomes a natural state of mind. As practice deepens, one will gain insight into the fundamental truths, such as impermanence and interdependence, that lead to inner peace. The retreat will be held in silence with periods of sitting and walking meditation, movement practices, as well as mindful hiking on the stunning land of…

Deepening Your Practice: A Meditation Retreat for Experienced Practitioners

With David Chernikoff

September 2 – 8, 2024
Rocky Mountain Ecodharma Retreat Center (RMERC)
Book now and get $60.00 off listed prices. Offer valid until Jun 18, 2024.
This retreat is for those who want to deepen their practice and to listen to what the Thai meditation master Ajahn Chah called “the one who knows.” Ultimately, spiritual maturation involves learning to trust our own inner guidance and resting in the felt realization that we already have what we seek and we already are what we wish to become. In a caring, supportive environment, we’ll practice sitting and walking meditation in silence. There will be dharma talks on the retreat theme as well as guided meditations and some interactive exercises that highlight the transformative power of the teachings. This retreat is designed for…

SoulFire Murmuration

With Carol Kortsch and Jade Sherer

September 11 – 15, 2024
Rocky Mountain Eco-dharma Retreat Center
Book now and get $45.00 off listed prices. Offer valid until Jun 27, 2024.
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Cultivating the Courageous Heart

With Jean Leonard and Sarah Heffron

September 17 – 22, 2024
Rocky Mountain Ecodharma Retreat Center (RMERC)
Book now and get $55.00 off listed prices. Offer valid until Jul 3, 2024.
Daily we are faced with our growing vulnerability and the challenges of being alive in this complex world, as well as possibilities for transformation, personally and collectively.  More than ever, we are seeing our common humanity and how interdependent we are with each other and the more than human world. This is an opportunity to meet the moment, ourselves, and one another with care, clarity and compassion. Courage is described as “the ability to do something that frightens one” and “strength in the face of pain or grief.”   Cultivating the Brahma Viharas – the heart qualities of kindness, compassion, appreciative joy and equanimity – develops the…

Silence, Stillness and Concentration

With Barry Gillespie

September 23 – 29, 2024
Rocky Mountain Ecodharma Retreat Center (RMERC)
Book now and get $55.00 off listed prices. Offer valid until Jul 9, 2024.
A traditional Theravada silent mindfulness retreat with emphasis on stillness, concentration and continuity of practice, leading participants to a spacious stillness of mind, a radiant calm. There will be regular seated and walking practice, daily meditation instruction, evening dharma talks, an optional daily gentle yoga class, individual practice meetings and time every day to hike/walk in the beautiful natural world surrounding the retreat center. All of the teachings will be based directly on the Buddha’s teachings found in the Pali Canon, in particular in the Satipatthana Sutta.

ArtLife – Awakening Original Creativity

With Jane Seaton

October 2 – 6, 2024
Rocky Mountain Ecodharma Retreat Center (RMERC)
It is becoming ever more urgent to break free from the old paradigms strangling our world.  How are we each called to contribute, from our hearts and with our myriad skills, to no less than radically heal and evolve beyond this fractured reality?  Whether as contemplatives, healers, visionaries or social activists, our natural creative gifts support fulfilling our true life purpose. During this retreat, we’ll go on intuitively guided and sometimes marvelously surprising creative adventures. No prior art making experience is needed to engage with and be nourished by participating in this program. The kind of creativity that we will…

Zen and Ecodharma Retreat (Sesshin)

With Kritee (Kanko) and Imtiaz Rangwala

October 8 – 13, 2024
This silent retreat is for participants who want to learn about Zen tradition and deepen their surrender to the “Enlightened Mind”. Our sangha takes a trauma informed approach to healing, awakening and changemaking. As a result, at our retreats, we combine practices from the ancient tradition of Rinzai Zen with our current understanding of what individuals need to face and release our trauma. Each day will include indoor zazen (seated meditation), outdoor meditation (by trees, bonfire or flowing water), kinhin (group walking meditation), deep abdominal chanting, opportunities to share our experience with other participants, a talk at the interface of…

Deepening Kinship: Exploring the Intersections of Queerness, Ecology & Dharma

With Kirsten Rudestam, Emerson James and Jean Leonard

October 15 – 20, 2024
Rocky Mountain Ecodharma Retreat Center (RMERC)
Book now and get $55.00 off listed prices. Offer valid until Jul 31, 2024.
As practices, kinship and queer ecology can help us get in closer touch with the truth of who we truly are, as well as strengthen our inherent connection with the more-than-human world. In queer ecology, at the scale of the individual, to be queer is to be mutable; queerness signifies that which is unfixed and in a constant process of becoming. At the scale of the collective, queerness is relational, symbiotic and supportive.* In this retreat we apply these lenses of kinship and queer ecology to explore the paramitas, a set of 10 qualities or perfections of character, that, once…

The Body of Stars: Exploring Embodiment, Earth & Purpose through Astrology

With Ramon Gabrieloff-Parish, Renee Sills and Michelle Gabrieloff-Parish

October 24 – 27, 2024
Rocky Mountain Ecodharma Retreat Center (RMERC)
PRIVATE RETREAT Exploring to Embodiment, Earth & Purpose through Astrology Astrology is a symbolic language that helps us attune with our intuition, open the gates of our imagination and live with a sense of inspiration, presence and purpose. As a model for complex systems thinking and mind-body coherence and integration that predates and underlies many forms of science and psychology, astrology goes far beyond the simplicity of “sun signs.” In this retreat, participants will explore astrology as a spiritual and contemplative method. We’ll engage with charts, signs and symbolism, to develop greater self and relational awareness; connect with our physical…

Awakening the Heart of Love; Walking the Path of the Bodhisattva

With Heidi Bourne and Laurie Cousins

November 5 – 10, 2024
Rocky Mountain Ecodharma Retreat Center (RMERC)
Book now and get $60.00 off listed prices. Offer valid until Aug 21, 2024.
The path of the Bodhisattva asks us to dedicate ourselves to the well-being of all sentient beings – to show up as best as we can for ourselves, each other, and the natural world with a quality of no-matter-whatness. It’s an impossible though necessary task. Drawing on the teachings of the Buddha, our retreat focuses on cultivating the capacity to skillfully navigate our everyday lives with a steady receptive mind and a courageous wise heart. Held in peaceful noble silence throughout the retreat, our practices include foundational and transformative guidance on lovingkindness, compassion, joy, and equanimity. Please join us as…

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