Chod Empowerment and Teachings with Venerable Tulku Yeshi Rinpoche

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March 9 – 11, 2018

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We are delighted to welcome back Tulku Yeshi Rinpoche March 19th – 11th and give the Chod empowerment and teachings. In Tibetan language the meaning of the word “chod” translates “to cut” and here, in Tibetan Buddhism, Chod means, “to cut the ego”. It is a practice that is based on the prajnaparamita. The benefit of Chod is that is frees you from the suffering caused by ego. It helps you generate love and compassion for all sentient beings. Chod also provides physical and mental healing.

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Tibetan New Year Celebration

Please join us Friday, February 16th at 5 pm as we celebrate the Tibetan New Year or Losar. This New Year is designated as the year of the Earth Dog.

Losar traces its origins to the pre- Buddhist period in Tibetan when Tibetans practiced a winter spiritual ceremony during which large amounts of incense were offered to appease the local spirits, deities and protectors. This celebration evolved into a Buddhist festival tied the introduction of time based on phases of the moon. It may have been the first celebration of what has become the tradition of farmers’ festivals. After the rudiments of the science of astrology were introduced in Tibet, the festival became known as Losar.
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Winter/Spring 2018 Class Schedule

Welcome to The Rime Buddhist Center’s Fall curriculum. This semester the first half of the Tier 2 classes begin. We are also excited that our Tier 3 classes begin this year. Geshe Lharampa Tsewang Thinley the Drepung Gomang Geshe in Residence at the Rime Center will be leading classes on Shantideva’s Bodhisattvacaryāvatāra. Look for details below on these exciting opportunities to deepen your practice with the support of fellow practitioners. Continue reading