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Online Tara Drupchen

We joyfully announce the sixth annual Tara Drupchen to be held by the Nalandabodhi International sangha: September 24th – 26th. This weekend practice intensive includes sadhana or ritual practice, meditations, and teachings from Nalandabodhi teachers. All are welcome to attend online, make prayer requests, and offer positive aspirations by registering for this free event. Your offerings and donations are appreciated.

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Songs of Milarepa: An Online Retreat

Milarepa is a renowned figure in Tibetan culture. During this Oct. 9-11 online retreat, Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche, Lama Rabten Tshering and Mitra Tyler Dewar will teach on the songs and life story of Milarepa, and how they are relevant to our lives today. Meditation sessions will help us integrate these teachings.

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Mahamudra Online Retreat

Mahamudra is the natural state of our being –– a life-changing practice that extracts the essential points of the Buddha’s teachings. During this retreat, Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche will be giving the profound key instructions that will allow participants to practice Mahamudra, and Acharya Lama Tenpa Gyaltsen will lead the actual meditation practice.

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Introduction to Buddhism

Introduction to Buddhism (Sept. 8 through Dec. 22) is a cycle of teachings on introductory and foundational Buddhist topics, exploring the basic principles of Buddhism and lay the foundation for deeper studies, including being introduced to the views of different Buddhist schools. All are welcome! The courses are free; donations are accepted.

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Nalandabodhi Study Curriculum: Vajrayana

The Vajrayana curriculum is the culmination of Nalandabodhi’s Path of Study. It offers a wide- ranging overview of Tibet’s tantric lineages, the power of symbolism and pure view, and the entire progression of the Vajrayana path, from the preliminaries through empowerment, the generation and completion stages, Mahamudra and Dzogchen. All four courses of this curriculum will be offered in sequence, Sept. 8 through May 4.

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Connecting with Buddha Nature With Acharya Tashi

According to Tibetan Buddhist teachings, a person’s true nature – buddha nature – is the foundation from which all wisdom develops. In this series of eight Sunday classes, Acharya Tashi will teach on the writings of the Third Karmapa Rangjung Dorje (1284-1339) with a focus on bringing the teachings into practice.

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