Category Archives: Path of Mindful Activity

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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Taking Everyday Life as the Path: Tools for Awakening — January 26, 2019

Tools For Awakening

Saturday, January 26, 2019 10 AM-4 PM  Path of Mindful Activity presents a pre-Losar workshop of teachings, reflections, guided meditations, and experiential exercises for practitioners of all levels based on the 3rd, 4th, and 6th of DPR’s Six Cornerstones of Our Practices on the Path of Awakening. The first 3 cornerstones presented last year will […]

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Building Tiny Homes for the Homeless (POSTPONED)


(This PoMA activity has been postponed due to inclimate conditions. – 2018.10.29) In this city-sanctioned homeless encampment, join in a hands-on building of a tiny house so one homeless person can make a transition from a tent to a more livable and secure abode. No tools or special skills needed. Come for all or any […]

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Compassion in Action: Lunch for Homeless Community — March 28, 2018

When everything is good, we can sit on our cushions. When there are things to take care of, we should get up and do it. Even Buddha said it is hard for a person to make progress when he is hungry. — Venerable Pannavati (Real Change, 2012)   Compassion in Action Lunch for Homeless Community […]

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Umdze Training Workshop — March 17, 2018

Have you always wanted to hold the Umdze seat, but don’t feel you have the training or the confidence to do so? Do you need to review the umdze procedures? Would “umdze practice” sessions with constructive feedback be helpful? Do you just need to spend some time ringing the gong? If you’ve said “yes” to […]

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