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Tibetan Calendar 2023 – Water Rabbit Year

Bringing the common Gregorian dates and Tibetan lunar dates together, according to the ancient Tsurluk and Phukluk systems, this calendar shows the major world and traditional Buddhist holidays, as well as auspicious days and other astrological signs to look out for during the year. Published by Nitartha International and Nalandabodhi, and now available in our Nalanda Store.

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Visualization & Meditation with Stephanie Johnston

Visualization is a key meditation skill in Buddhist tradition. Yet, what does visualization refer to in the context of meditation? When does it apply? How does it support our Buddhist path?

Hosted by our MRC, Stephanie Johnston, an online workshop on visualization & meditation for Buddhist practitioners of any age and practice stage. Please join us and learn or strengthen this essential skill.

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Day-Long Practice: Chenrezig Nyinthün with Lama Rabten Tshering – Dec. 2022

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

Please join this beautiful practice of love and compassion.

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Mind Without Borders: Winter Retreat 2022-2023

In our crazy world, it is all too easy to become overwhelmed with the global challenges and local issues facing us today, and decide there is nothing we can do. But like a pebble thrown into a pond, our individual actions create concentric circles that go beyond us, out into the world, and that is where we can make a difference — either positive or negative. But how?

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Celebrating Lhabab Düchen 2022

How can we help wisdom and compassion flourish at a time when they are desperately needed?

Please join Nalandabodhi Vancouver celebrating Lhabab Düchen, the fourth of the four Düchens or “major anniversaries.”

Wherever we are, and whoever we are with, this celebration is a beautiful opportunity to open our hearts with gratitude and engage in generosity and kindness.

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