Sunday, 11/22/2020, 10:00am Buddha Amitabha Online Practice with Ven. Lama Kalsang

This Sunday, 11/22/2020, 10:00am Buddha Amitabha Practice Online with Ven. Lama Kalsang

This Sunday, 11/22, at 10am, Ven. Lama Kalsang will lead the Buddha Amitabha Practice online. Amitabha means “Infinite Light”, or “Boundless Illumination”.  The chanting of the Amitabha mantras and prayers to help the deceased to swiftly go through bardo to reach the Pure Land of Great Happiness (Sukhavati in Sanskrit, and Dewachen in Tibetan) is practiced by buddhists of various traditions all over the world.  Lama Kalsang is offering this practice to send good wishes to all suffering beings to attain a new life of peace and happiness during this difficult time of pandemics and natural disasters.  May this benefit all, humans or animals alike.

Please join us:

Every Saturday at 10am.  Basic Buddhism: Practice and Study.  Lama Kalsang and Jonnie Viakley will continue the topic on Yidam Practice this Saturday to help participants develop an understanding of what this practice is about.  To join our Saturday meeting:
Every Wednesday at 7pm:  One of our sangha members, Keith Romig, will host this open meditation session. This will be a time of silent meditation while also providing fellowship with other practitioners. It’s open to anyone, with any level of experience.  To join any Wednesday practice:

**Upcoming TRTCC Online Teaching:  Saturday & Sunday,
December 5-6, 3:00pm – 5:00pm
The Dance of Anger and Wisdom with Ven. Khenmo Drolma

“May all sentient beings, especially those enemies who hate me, obstructors who harm me… have happiness…  May I swiftly establish them in perfect and precious Buddhahood.”  Lord Jigten Sumgon’s direct pointing out of the very purpose of practice, begins every session.  Our dance with an enemy, the arising of anger and confusion, can become our source of equanimity and path of bodhicitta.  Using Shantideva’s timeless wisdom and profound sutra instructions, Khenmo Drolma will explore how to take this simple prayer to heart and live it as a continuous practice.  Khenmo Drolma’s Bio: