DAKINI DAY CHOD
September 1st, 1-3pm PT | 4-6pm ET
Chod is a meditation method through meeting fear and neurosis with compassion and skill. Rather than renounce these mind states, in Chod, they are allowed to transform and be reintegrated as keys to innate wisdom.
Meditation and Instructions on letting go of fictions and self-deception in Tibetan Chod meditation. A link to the text will be shared during the program.
September 17-19th, 10am – 6pm PT | 1pm – 9pm ET
This retreat focuses on the paradox of resting in buddha-nature and recognizing illusions. It offers support for exploring Buddhist philosophy experientially through alternating dharma study and practice. The retreat is led by Buddhist scholar and teacher, Pema Khandro, founder of the Buddhist Studies Institute. As a special event during the pandemic, Pema Khandro will lead the study of and practice of the sems nyid ngal gso, Longchenpa’s instructions on Finding Comfort and Ease in the Nature of Mind, a classic text of the Nyingma lineage of Tibetan Buddhism. This retreat is led entirely online, with alternating sessions of group practice, small group discussions, yoga, meditation, lectures, question and answer sessions with Pema Khandro and private meetings at the end.
Daily & Weekly Programs
- Daily Meditation, Free Every Day at 12 PT / 3pm ET
- Vajrayana Training, Ngakpa Training, Open Teaching, and Umdze Training (Except during retreats and training or other special events) – Wednesday nights 6pm PT / 9pm ET
- Sept 1st Dakini Day Chod
- Sept 17-19th Annual Dzogchen Retreat with Pema Khandro
- Sept 28-30th Ngondro Module 4 – Intrinsic Wisdom
- Oct 30-Feb 26, 2022, Meditation Instructor Training – Details TBA
As more details roll out for our Upcoming Events, please visit the Event List Here.