Cultivating Gratitude and Auspiciousness
At year’s end, it is a wonderful practice to remember the good things others have done and to bring in auspiciousness for the new year. Join Mari for a beautiful teaching on the auspicious power of gratitude.
Sunday, December 10th
The Yoga Center
Everyone is welcome. Suggested donation: $5-15. (No one will be turned away for lack of funds).
Mari Evans (Pema Shiwa Tso), authorized Buddha Path dharma teacher, has been studying with Dzogchen Khenpo Choga Rinpoche for 13 years, and has completed more than one year of retreat in the Dzogchen Shri Singha lineage of Tibetan Buddhism.
Self-Healing and Transformation: a Buddhist Approach
When challenges in life occur—difficulties, emotional wounds or traumas, they can sometimes seem impossible to overcome. But there is always hope; everyone and every situation has the capacity to change. Buddhist thought and practice offer solutions that heal and transform, inside and out. In this informal teaching, we will discuss the simple yet powerful practice known as ‘The Four Accumulations’—how to increase the qualities of confidence, discipline, ‘glory’ and enlightenment.
Wednesday, December 13th
First Presbyterian Church on C street, room 3
Everyone is welcome. Suggested donation: $5-15 (No one will be turned away for lack of funds.)
Joseph Evans (Orgyen Shiwo Dorje), authorized Buddha Path dharma teacher, has been studying with Dzogchen Khenpo Choga Rinpoche for 13 years, and has completed eight months of retreat in the Dzogchen Shri Singha lineage of Tibetan Buddhism.
Buddha Path practice with local sangha
Regular practice with sangha on Monday evenings. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
For deepening your practice, there are many opportunities at the Dzogchen Retreat Center in Oregon, from one-day events to one-week retreats, to months-long internship programs: Coming up are the 2017 Winter Dzogchen Buddha Path Retreat (December 28-January 4) and a Winter Retreat in Hawaii (February 11-18)!! Plus, mark your calendar for the 2018 SLC Dzogchen Spring Retreat (March 9-11).