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28th Annual Treasury of Knowledge Retreat with Acharya Lama Tenpa Gyaltsen

How can a deep understanding of consciousness and wisdom help us overcome our divisions and cultivate a compassionate world?

Presented by our friends from the Contemplative Resource Center (CRC), Acharya Lama Tenpa Gyaltsen will explain the essential points of karma, interdependence and nondual wisdom during the 28th Annual Treasure of Knowledge Retreat.

Drawing from the beautiful text by the Third Karmapa Rangjung Dorje, Distinguishing Consciousness from Wisdom, Lama Tenpa will point out how learning about our mind is crucial to awaken our inherent compassion and peace and guide us in practices to do so.

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Best Con Artist Ever

As a “victim” of a fraudulent call with someone impersonating a bank executive, the author has a direct experience of the difference between her confused mind — the “best con artist ever” —and her wise mind.

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Day-Long Practice: Chenrezig Nyinthün with Lama Rabten Tshering

“Doing the practice of Chenrezik means developing our love and compassion, and giving rise to bodhichitta. Accomplishment means being able to manifest [ourselves at] the level of Chenrezik.” – His Holiness the Karmapa.

Nalandabodhi Vancouver is offering a Nyinthün, a Day-Long Practice every first Sunday of the month. During this one-day meditation retreat, Lama Rabten Tshering will lead us in the practice of Chenrezig, also known as Avalokiteśvara. Please join this beautiful practice of love and compassion.

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MRC Annual Retreat. Bodhicitta: Discovering the Heart of Enlightenment

What is forever the cause of happiness? That we all seek happiness and wish to avoid suffering seems clear. However, are we really aware of the cause of happiness? Our Retreat Centre MRC is hosting Acharya Lama Tenpa Gyaltsen in their 3rd Annual Open Retreat. He will teach and guide us in how to discover the Heart of Awakening, the wish to attain enlightenment for the benefit of all beings, in Buddhism known as Bodhicitta. Please join in-person or online.

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