Upcoming Dharma Teachings
Applying Mind Training to Your Life
Keep Calm and Practice Lo-jong
with Venerable Losang Drimay
Saturday & Sunday, January 9th -10th, 2016
10:00am - 4:00pm (with lunch break)
Mind Training is a translation of the Tibetan term Lo-jong (also called Thought Transformation) - a genre of Buddhist practice that aims to use problems as one's path to enlightenment.
At first, you might be most interested in getting rid of your problems, but as your Mind Training skills improve, you will eventually look forward to problems as a chance to practice.
Venerable Losang Drimay was born in California in 1960. She has a B.A. in Asian Studies and has traveled extensively in Asia, but actually met her Tibetan lamas here in the United States. She has been studying, practicing and working with centers in the FPMT since 1984.She served as resident teacher of Gyalwa Gyatso Buddhist Center in Campbell (San Jose), California from 2001-2012, also living and serving at Land of Medicine Buddha for part of that time. In 2012, she became full-time at Land of Medicine Buddha, continuing to lead regular meditations and classes.
For more information contact: anne@Dharmakayacenter.com
Due to the charitable donations of our members this teaching is offered free to the public.
Buddha's Descent from Tushita Heaven
Tuesday, November 3, 2015
This Tibetan Buddhist holiday celebrates the anniversary of the Shakyamuni Buddha’s descent from the heavenly realm to earth.
It is part of Tibetan Buddhist tradition to engage in virtuous activities and prayer on this day.
We will be open for meditation
Tuesday 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Thanks to Venerable Robina Courtin for giving the first teaching at our new center.
THE HEART SUTRA
EMPTINESS OF THE
VEN. ROBINA COURTIN
OCTOBER 9–11, 2015
Free Public Talk Friday, October 9th, 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Retreat on Saturday & Sunday October 10th and 11th, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm w/break
Dharmakaya Buddhist Center
6165 Ridgeview Court #G, Reno NV 89519 (775)-232-8067
Affiliated with Foundation for the Preservation of the Mahayana Tradition (FPMT).