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Gelek Rimpoche, April 2-3.
Fearless Compassion and
Kindness and Compassion:
Principles for a Happy Life.
Challenging times demand clarity grounded in genuine compassion. Tibetan Buddhist master Gelek Rimpoche will address how to develop genuine and fearless compassion in order to engage our lives more fully and responsibly.
Developing kindness and compassion is the first step towards living fearlessly and harmoniously. Learn the essential principles necessary to create a happy life for ourselves and others.
Lama Palden Drolma, April 16-18
Extraordinary Shamatha, Vipassana and Mahamudra of the Shangpa Kagyu.
From the stream of teachings of the wisdom dakinis Sukhasiddhi and Niguma come profound practices for simultaneously transforming the elements, aggregates and conflicting emotions of our body-mind system while traversing the stages of concentration, insight, and realization of our true nature.
Lama Tharchin Rinpoche, April 30 - May 2
Dudjom Rinpoche's Calling the Lama from Afar.
Calling the Lama from Afar is the most profound of Great Perfection teachings. It explains the innermost secret lama related with the view free from any elaboration, like the sky; meditation, unmovable and stable, like a mountain; and action, profound and vast, like the ocean. It is related with the practice of Guru Yoga and guides us to integrate the outer, inner, secret, and innermost secret practices of the lama. Through directly recognizing our own original, undefiled nature free from delusion, the innermost secret lama is revealed.
John Tarrant Roshi, May 14-15
Engage your innate creativity and wakefulness!
with Gary Gach
Explore the art, meditation, and creative expression of dharma poetry and haiku with renowned poet Gary Gach. Fri. night talk on the ancient tradition of dharma poetry from diverse lineages, Sat. workshop on the profound art of haiku.
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Gary Gach is author of The Complete Idiot's Guide to Buddhism (third edition), editor of What Book!? ~ Buddha Poems from Beat to Hiphop (American Book Award), and translator from Korean of three books by Ko Un.