Sunday 12/6 Medicine Buddha Online Practice and Upcoming Events

Sunday, 12/6/2020, 10:00am Medicine Buddha Online Practice with Ven. Lama Kalsang

This Sunday, 12/6, at 10am, Ven. Lama Kalsang will lead the Medicine Buddha Practice online. As a spiritual support for all people affected by this global pandemic, this is a practice to connect us to the healing power of the Medicine Buddha.  We are wishing you strengths to overcome all obstacles to good health.  Please join us.

Every Saturday at 10am.  Basic Buddhism: Practice and Study.  Lama Kalsang and Toby Horn will start a new topic on Basic Buddhism.  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:
Sunday, December 13th:  TRTCC will have its Annual Meeting at 11:45am, following that morning’s practice.  At this meeting the board will have a presentation about what we have accomplished in the last year and what we hope to accomplish in the years to come.  There will then be time for feedback from the attendees and discussion.  Everyone is welcome, so please attend if you are able.  Your feedback really matters to us and help to set the direction for the future of our center.

**Upcoming TRTCC Online Teaching:  Saturday & Sunday,
December 5-6, 2020 3:00pm – 5:00pm

The Dance of Anger and Wisdom with Ven. Khenmo Drolma

We think our enemy is outside of us; but it is our reactive mind that causes us the most pain. Our true “enemy,” the arising of anger and confusion, is also the source of our wisdom. “Like a treasure found at home” difficult people and the wounds we hold, can become a path of inquiry, giving rise to courage of patience. Our hard won equanimity defines the path towards ultimate bodhicitta. Using Shantideva’s timeless wisdom and profound sutra instructions, Khenmo Drolma will explore how the dance with anger holds the potential to provoke wisdom and an unshakable peace of mind.”  — from: Khenmo Drolma, Abbess of Vajra Dakini Nunnery
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To support TRTCC for co-hosting this online teaching event with Khenmo Drolma please make a donation to support us. We thank you for your generous support so we can continue to maintain this center to provide dharma teachings and practices in the future. Suggested donation for this online teaching is $20 for each day and $30 for both days.  Please give what you can.  No one will be excluded for lacking funds.  

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