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This month at gar drolmA
And events for 2014
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Wednesday october 1

Four Noble Truths

Wednesday october 8
Shamata Meditation

Wednesday october 15
Karma Cause and Effect

WEDNESDAY october 22
Bodhicitta

WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 29
Three Roots

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Gar Drolma Choling
Schedule 2014
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DECEMBER
Lha Bhab Duchen (Actual Saturday 13th)
Sunday 14th:
                        Buddha’s Prayer
                        Sutra Chanting
                        Sutra mantra accumulation
Nyungne Retreat
            Saturday 20th – 22nd  
Christmas
            Thursday 25th: World Peace Prayer
New Year’s Eve
            Wednesday 31st: Potluck in the evening to celebrate New Year’s Eve
Traditional New Year’s Prayers

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



This WEEK at gar drolma
Monday October 27 - Sunday November 2
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wednesday

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OPEN MEDITATION PRACTICE
Time: 6-6:30 pm

During Open Meditation practice individuals are welcome to come to the
temple for silent meditation, shinay, or their own mantra meditation
practice. This practice is suitable for all students.

BEGINNERS BUDDISM CLASS
Time: 6:30-7:30pm
Teacher:Khenpo Samdup

This week's teaching will be on the Three Roots.  Guru, Yidam and Dakini. The Guru is the root of blessings, the Yidam of accomplishment, and the Dakini of activity.
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THURSDAY

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Ngondro Instruction & Practice
October 23 - December 18
Time: 6-7:30pm

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We will spend time on each of the practices: Mandala offering, Vajrasattva recitation, and Refuge combined with prostrations. Sessions will include explanations with time for questions as well as plenty of time to practice. This will be a great way to deepen and support your Ngondro practice!

These practices are powerful and efficient methods for accumulating merit and purifying obscurations. Practically, these trainings help develop positive, virtuous qualities, weaken and diminish obscurations and negative qualities, and render the practitioner receptive to more subtle teachings.
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TEMPLE OPENS
Time: 8:30am

NEWCOMERS ORIENTATION
Time: 8:45-9:00am

Want to find out more about Buddhism, but don’t know where to start? This program is for you—whether you’re just curious about what a Buddhist mediation center is like or you’ve been thinking about learning more about Buddhism. Our Newcomers Orientation is a relaxed introduction to our center and our programs. Come for a tour. Come with your questions. All are welcome.

SILENT MEDITATION - Upper Level
Time: 9:00am-9:45am

BOOK DISCUSSION - Lower Level
Time: 9:00am – 9:45am

Join Khenpo as he leads a discussion from his book "Learning Buddhism: Source of Temporary and Permanent Happiness, is a condensed compilation that reflects the essence of the Buddha's teachings, as well as the commentaries and treatises of all the great learned one's who followed. It is a compilation that will be useful for the current times, and particularly for those who have sincere interest in the Buddhadharma.  


WHITE TARA & ACHI PRACTICE
Time: 10:00-11:15am
Teachers: Khenpo Samdup & Tsunma Rinzin Khando

White Tara is always depicted as a peaceful deity. Her special function is to promote long life, both for the practitioner and for others. Ultimately, she is the very nature of the dharmakaya, and her practice is a means for attaining liberation. (more info...)

Mother Achi was the grandmother of Lord Jigton Sumgon, founder of the Drikung Lineage. To this day she remains a great dharma protector of the Buddha's teachings. Although Achi has a particular commitment to protect the Drikung Kagyu, she is recognized and practiced by all lineages of Tibetan Buddhism. (more info...)



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