Vajrayogini Initiation and Tsok Commentary by Gyumed Khensur Rinpoche Losang Jampa * REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED * Friday, March 12, Saturday, March 13, & Sunday March 14 1:30 – 6:00 pm in Manassas, VA This is a rare opportunity to take this Highest Yoga Tantric initiation from a true master. Rinpoche’s teaching on an overview […]
Book signing by the author Canyon Sam in Washington D.C. on February 23, 2010 at 6:30 pm. The following event description is posted on the International Campaign for Tibet website: “Through a lyrical narrative of her journey to Tibet in 2007, activist Canyon Sam contemplates modern history from the perspective of Tibetan women. Traveling on […]
Recently, I received a group e-mail from a Buddhist who noted that there was “no apology yet” from Fox news about “Buddhist bashing” in regards to the reporter who suggested that Tiger Woods leave his Buddhist faith because the reporter believed it did not emphasize forgiveness nor offer him redemption. I have been thinking about […]
There’s been a proliferation of Dharma-related websites recently covering all facets of Buddhism. Which are your favorites? Why are they special?
Please pray for the victims of the earthquake in Haiti. Gyumed Khensur Rinpoche said, “we have been learning dharma for quite a long time, so, it is time to act on what we have learned. As we are saying, all mother sentient beings have been kind to us from beginingless time and we must be […]
Saturday, January 9 7:00 – 9:30 pm The Unitarian/Universalist Church, 1625 Wiehle Ave., Reston VA 20190 Suggested donation: $10 Please join us for the Guhyasamaja Center’s first Movie Night! Come and get to know one another outside of class. Rebecca Freeman, our Spiritual Program Coordinator, will introduce the Center with a short video about our […]
Here’s a terrific new article by Center Director, Dr Lorne Ladner that contains inspirational advice from Lama Zopa Rinpoche: http://www.mandalamagazine.org/2010/january/change_the_world.asp Lorne interviewed Rinpoche for a forthcoming book about low self-esteem — something that many Westerners experience at some point in their lives. Rinpoche explains how to develop self-confidence and how by starting with small tasks, […]
What dharma books are you reading these days before turning off the lights? Would you recommend it/them?
Here’s a blog post by Andrew Graves about Gyumed Khensur Rinpoche Losang Jampa’s senior student Geshe Losang Dhargye’s Gekgo ceremony at Sera Mey monastery. Includes photos. Rejoice!
Please share your thoughts on what you are most thankful for in your life from a Buddhist perspective. Is there a difference between feeling thankful and feeling gratitude?