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Be part of our prison dharma program Mind Without Borders

“Prisoners should have the same opportunity as any one of us” – Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche.

Mind Without Borders is Nalandabodhi’s prison dharma program, providing Buddhist study through correspondence courses, dharma pen pals and practice instructors. It is a way to directly benefit others and let harmony and happiness flourish in our deeply interconnected worlds.

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Letting our Appreciation Shine for Losar 2023

Losar, the traditional start of the new lunar year for buddhists in the Tibetan tradition, offers us an opportunity for connecting with our heart of appreciation for our teachers, for the teachings, and for the support of our dharma community.

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Re-introducing Vajrayana – A 3-part series – starting Feb 2nd

How is ritual in general and Vajrayana in particular still relevant and effective for modern meditators?

In this 3-part series, offered by Nalandabodhi Colorado together with SŌTERIC, Karunika Dan Hirshberg introduces the history and diversity of Vajrayana technologies in India and Tibet, defining what ritual is, exploring what ritual does, why it is practiced, and how it accomplishes its objectives––including today.

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Sharing our Individual Grief Collectively – NB Akasha Open Heart Circle – February 11

“May I be a protector to those without protection, a leader for those who journey, and a boat, a bridge, a passage for those desiring the further shore.” (From A guide to the Bodhisattva’s Way of Life by Shantideva)

Nalandabodhi Akasha is hosting an Open Heart Circle practice. This is an adapted Mahayana practice that is traditionally done to support those who are ill, dying or have recently died. With all the suffering in our world today, please join a space to share and offer light, wisdom and compassion.

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