New Weekly Schedule Starting April 2nd

New Weekly Schedule Starting April 2nd

Starting April 2nd all virtual meetings will now be held on Tuesday and Saturday. Join us remotely for any practice by using our zoom link

Saturday Schedule:

Saturday Silent Sitting Meditation Join us for two sessions of Silent Sitting Meditation, Introduction available for those who are new to the practice.

Book Study New Title Bardo: Interval of Possibility by Khenpo Karthar Rinpoche Commentary on “Aspiration for the Bardo” by Chokyi Wangchuk

Khenpo Karthar Rinpoche gives an exceptionally clear and lucid explanation of Aspiration for the Bardo, graciously giving the necessary time and attention to its more obscure points. His commentary, however, is not merely a bare description of the sequence of events in the process of dying and death, but is underscored throughout with the purpose and urgency of aspiration. We are clearly instructed on what to practice and how to train ourselves at every point of opportunity, “whether in the waking state or the dream state” and even within the interval experience itself.

For complimentary copy digital copy please visit:
Chenrezik and Amitabha Sadhana practice continues at the same time. First Saturday of the month is Green Tara Sadhana practice. These active forms of meditation, chanting and mantra practice help us cultivate loving, kindness and compassion. We will have the prayers available on screen for those who don’t have a copy. The pdf is available here if you would like to download or print

Tuesday Schedule:

Medicine Buddha Practice All are welcome to join in this wonderful, traditional healing and purification practice. This active form of meditation helps us cultivate the inner qualities needed to overcome mental and physical affliction and generate compassion for all beings that are suffering.
The sadhana or prayer is chanted in Tibetan with English translation in the text. You can download the text here
We begin with a short reading from Thrangu Rinpoche’s Medicine Buddha Teachings
Buddhism Basic’s  Virtual Study group for learning about Buddhism. We begin with readings from Buddhist introductory texts and discuss how that apply to our own practice and every day lives. This is a great sessions for new and experienced practitioners alike. We are currently studying “Dharma Paths” by Khenpo Karthar Rinpoche. If this is your first visit feel free to request and Introduction.
Apologies for any inconvenience this schedule change has. We appreciate your support and thanks for everyone’s understanding. We look forward to seeing everyone once our new center renovations are completed.
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