Buddha Path Practice
Regular practice with sangha: November 4th at 7:30pm. Please plan to arrive at 7:15pm. Contact email@example.com for location and details.
Cultivating Gratitude: Buddhist Meditation for Thanksgiving
Join Mari Abe Evans (Dharma Acharya Pema Shiwa Tso) for a light-hearted sampling of meditation techniques for increasing love, compassion and joy in the holiday season.
A native of Japan, Mari has been studying Buddhism for 15 years under the guidance of H.E. Dzogchen Khenpo Choga Rinpoche, a Tibetan Buddhist Yogi in the Dzogchen Lineage. She has attended numerous retreats, and recently completed a Japanese translation of The Buddha Path, a daily practice text. Mari currently lives in Salt Lake City.
When: Monday, November 18th at 7-8:30pm
Where: Anderson-Foothill Library, 1135 South 2100 East, Salt Lake City, Utah 84108
Dzogchen Shri Singha Foundation Retreats
For starting or deepening your practice, the Dzogchen Shri Singha Foundation provides many opportunities throughout the year. The next is the Autumn Retreat at the Dzogchen Retreat Center, October 26th – November 3rd. Retreat schedule
Meditation Cushion Sets for The Dzogchen Retreat Center
The Dzogchen Retreat Center, located in central Oregon, is a place where students of Tibetan Buddhism train to improve their lives, become authorized dharma teachers, and ultimately become enlightened beings through the extraordinary Dharma system of the Dzogchen Lineage, thus bringing benefit to this world and all beings. The ‘Vajrasana’ is a traditional meditation seat that is an important condition for these goals, since students spend several hours each day in formal meditation on their cushions.
One set, including mat and cushion, is produced specifically for this purpose, and costs approximately $100 USD. The Salt Lake City Dzogchen Sangha has pledged to sponsor 30 sets, so our goal is to raise $3,000 USD. Please join this generosity opportunity and create great merit! It is said that anyone who sponsors a virtuous activity such as a meditation retreat gathers equal merit as the practitioner, so your contribution will generate lasting benefit to yourself and others. Even a small contribution of a few dollars is greatly appreciated. Thank you!
For more information about the Dzogchen Lineage: http://www.thebuddhapath.org