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Quarterly Practice Day — Friday, April 19, 2019


Please join fellow sangha brothers and sisters for our quarterly day of practice — there will be opportunity for most Nalandabodhi practices including any silent practice as well as: Sitātāra (6:00 am), Ngondro, VS and Sadhana of Mahamudra (if qualified). Lunch will be available. We will conclude with a Guru Rinpoche Feast open to all […]

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Analytical Meditation — Wednesday evenings in April

Analytical Meditation

This four session course will cover the basics of analytical meditation, provide guided meditation sessions, and answer questions. Prerequisite: at least six months of daily shamatha practice The two main types of Buddhist meditation are resting meditation and analytical meditation. Through resting meditation, our minds can settle and become more workable in various situations. Through […]

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Buddhist Conversations for Today’s World

Acharya Tashi

Acharya Tashi Wangchuk will teach on Sundays (except Sangha Days) through mid-June 2019. He will lead discussions on a wide range of topics relevant to Buddhism and modern life in today’s world. If you have a suggested topic, please contact Born and raised in eastern Bhutan, Acharya Tashi moved to Rumtek Monastery in Sikkim, India […]

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Chotrul Düchen — Tuesday, February 19, 2019


Liturgies and chants in the Mahabodhi shrine room, followed by celebration in the community room. Tuesday, February 19, 2019 6:00–7:00pm Liturgies and Chants All are welcome! On Tuesday, February 19th Nalandabodhi engages in joyful celebration of Chotrul Düchen, the second Buddhist holiday that occurs in what is known as the “month of miracles”. Chotrul Düchen celebrates the […]

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Losar 2019 — Tuesday, February 5, 2019

Losar 2019

Losar is the Tibetan New Year.  “Lo” means “year” or “age” and “sar” means  “fresh” or “new.” Losar is a time to start with a new outlook   as we set the tone for the coming year. It is a time to come together as a sangha, share our heartfelt aspirations, mark transitions in leadership roles, […]

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