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Self-compassion Takes Courage

Using Nalandabodhi’s tool of inquiry for transforming interpersonal conflict, the author unpacks long-held painful patterns in the context of practicing self-compassion.

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Introduction to Buddhism Course: The Four Foundations of Mindfulness (offered by NB Colorado 2022)

How to really see, be with and go through the experiences of our body, feelings, mind, and phenomena? In order words, how to build a strong foundation in our mindfulness practice?

Our local sangha Nalandabodhi Colorado will start a new Introduction to Buddhism Course, part 4, exploring the Four Foundations of Mindfulness. Please join us to connect with a natural calmness, but also to uncover profound insights that bring freedom from suffering.

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States of Matter/States of Mind

Taking inspiration from a song by the great Tibetan yogi Milarepa, the author contemplates the fluidity of life experience and offers a meditative exercise for loosening the habit of mental fixation.

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Essentials of Practice with Acharya Tashi Wangchuk

How are the Three Vehicles (Yanas) important for our journey to freedom and awakening? What are the essentials of study and practice on the spiritual journey?

Nalandabodhi Colorado is offering a series with Acharya Tashi Wangchuk who will present an overview of Hinayana, Mahayana, and Vajrayana and how they can work together in our daily lives.

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Drawing Sitatārā (White Tara): Evoking the Wish-Fulfilling Wheel

How to connect with the image of Sitatārā Tara and evoke the wish-fulfilling wheel? Hosted by NB Seattle, Stephanie Johnston and Julia Linderova will teach about the symbolic meaning and ancient technique of the Tikse method for Sitatārā (White Tara) and offer studio sessions to learn how to draw White Tara and use this as a practice to evoke the wish-fulfilling wheel.

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Day-Long Practice: Chenrezig Nyinthün with Lama Rabten Tshering – Nov. 6

Nalandabodhi Vancouver is offering again a Nyinthün, a Day-Long Practice, like 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.

“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.

Please join this beautiful practice of love and compassion.

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