Tonight’s 6 pm meditation is cancelled. The 7:30 pm Medicine Buddha practice and Geshe Thinley’s class are still happening.
The Rime Center will have a booth at this years Kansas City PrideFest 2019. This year the Kansas City PrideFest will be at Berkley Riverfront park located at 110 Berkley Plaza, Kansas City, Missouri 64120. Stop by the booth and say hi! We will have stickers and books for sale as well as information about Buddhism and the Rime Center.
- Friday – 6 pm – 11:30 pm
- Saturday – 12 pm – 11:30 pm
- Sunday – 12 pm – 7 pm
Dharma talk given by Lama Matthew Palden Gocha on May 19th, 2019.
Music by Barefoot Bran Music.
To get a copy of the handouts Lama Matthew referenced go to 108 Things You Can Do To Help The Environment and Environmental Guidelines for Karma Kagyu Buddhist Monasteries, Centres and Community.
- Hometown: Kansas City, MO
- Your role at the Rime Buddhist Center? Member, homeless outreach volunteer
- Day Job: Professor Emeritus,Tax examiner
- Description of your hobbies: Travel, foreign films
- What led you to the Dharma? The outcome of eclectic study on meditation practices
- Tell us something that most people don’t know about you. My first name means James after my father.
- What Buddhist Book would you recommend and why? How to Meditate by Kathleen McDonald
Encouragement to Adopt a Nonsectarian Outlook
“Buddha, the greatest of spiritual friends, gave the most appropriate instructions to each and every being throughout space. His collected discourse is, as you might image, as deep as the ocean – very difficult to fathom.” – Shabkar Tsogdruk Rangdrol
As many of you know, the Rime Center is a non-sectarian Dharma Center; established that way by our founders Lama Chuck and Mary Stanford. Their vision for the Rime Center was of a place where people could come together to learn about Buddhism and find a refuge for the nurturing of inner peace, kindness, community understanding and world peace. Continue reading
Sunday, September 15, 2019 at 10:30 AM – 12 PM
The pratimoksha vows or vows of ‘individual liberation’ mainly emphasize disciplining one’s physical behavior and not harming others. Pratimoksha discipline is called the foundation of Buddhism because for ordinary people physical discipline is the beginning of spiritual training and the basis of spiritual progress. Continue reading
August 4, 2019
Chökhor Düchen, the ‘Festival of Turning the Wheel of Dharma’. It occurs on the fourth day of the sixth Tibetan lunar month. For seven weeks after his enlightenment, Buddha did not teach. Finally, encouraged by Indra and Brahma, he turned the Wheel of Dharma for the first time, at Sarnath, by teaching the ‘Four Noble Truths’.
The Rime Center will be hosting a special puja to commemorate the Festival of Turning the Wheel of Dharma and will be open after the Sunday Service for you to come in and meditate at your own pace and time limit. The Special Puja will be occur during the Sunday Service.