Upcoming Events and Programs

 Sunday Meditation

gong 300Shamatha (Calm Abiding) meditation practice, Sunday morning from 9:00 to 11:00

Guided Meditation for beginners and advanced students, 11:00 to 12:00 on the 2nd and 3rd Sunday

 

Teachings on the Bardos  

andrewmainheadshot-245x300Andrew Holecek’s class resumes this Tuesday.  What happens after death?  How do we prepare for death?  How do we live a good, fruitful life?

Introduction to Buddhism:  Karma, Rebirth, and Selflessness

 Wednesdays, March 15 – April 5

blue flower centerNalandabodhi is offering a series of talks and courses on foundational Buddhist topics beginning Wednesday, March 15, for 4 weeks.

The introductory courses in the Nalandabodhi Path of Study explore the basic principles of Buddhism.  If you are new to Buddhism this is a good place to start.  If you have been studying Buddhism, these courses could serve as refresher or bring new insight into the foundational teachings of the Buddha.

The courses are based on talks by Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche.  Senior Nalandabodhi students facilitate the discussion based on a sourcebooks of talks by Rinpoche.

The next course is Karma, Rebirth, and Selflessness

All are welcome! These classes may be attended as a 4-week course or on a drop-in basis.

The course is $25 and includes the sourcebook. This option is for people interested in attending all of the classes.

For drop-in participation, a donation of $5 per evening is requested. You may attend any evening talk or discussion.

A short guided meditation will start each class.

Date/Time: March 15 through April 5, 7:00 to 8:30 PM

Cost: $25 for the 4 classes, including the sourcebook. Othewise, a $5 donation is requested.

Contact:  Steve Burden at sherablt@gmail.com.  We need a count of people so we have a count of the sourcebooks needed.

More Information and to Register …

 

New Study Course on the Mahayana, “Not Even a Middle”31456144531_76b5ecd54b

More information ….

 

 

Nalandabodhi Mission

Provide a complete curriculum of study, meditation, and mindful activity, based on an authentic lineage of Buddhist teachings, that is accessible and relevant to everyday life.

Offer a supportive environment for exploring and applying these teachings, with people who understand the challenges of creating a meaningful life in the 21st century.

 

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