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Winter Kado The practice of ikebana or the path of flowers is a beautiful practice and contemplative path. It teaches us that everyone has the instinct and courage for artistic talent. Skill develops with curiosity, receptivity, and guidance from a trained instructor, and practice. Please join us for the opportunity to learn basic patterns of harmony and mindfulness […]

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Songs of Boundless Freedom: The Doha Tradition of the Indian Mahasiddhas Nov. 30th – Dec. 2nd  During this weekend, we will explore the life stories of some well-known mahāsiddhas (such as Saraha, Śavaripa, Tilopa, und Maitrīpa) and sing a selection of their songs. Every Tibetan Buddhist knows the life story and the songs of realization […]

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  Approaching Mahamudra: Dealing with Life A Public Program with Jim Scott Everything we do centers around being happy and avoiding suffering. What comprises the lasting happiness we seek? It is the nature of mind. We need to sharpen our understanding of this nature and know the methods for realizing it.  To do that, learning […]

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Wisdom Body Lujong: Tibetan Yoga 11 am to Noon at Nalandabodhi – 100 Arapahoe #6 Those interested in doing lujong, please join us for a monthly practice session on second Sundays of the month following our regular Sunday sitting. Guided group practice with time for discussion, questions and clarifications. Hope to see you: Oct. 14 […]

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Mahayana Study Course Not Even a Middle Tuesdays, starting September 11 from 7:00 to 8:30 Announcing the next class in our Mahayana series! It is “Not even a Middle”!  This class covers the Madhyamaka or “Emptiness” teachings.  Ponlop Rinpoche has emphasized the importance of the Madhyamaka view and how it is crucial to truly understanding and practicing Mahamudra, Dzogchen, Yogachara […]

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