March 9 – 11, 2018
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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January 20, 2017
The Rime Center will be offering a one day Tsa Lung/Tummo workshop, Saturday January 20, 2018. The workshop will be facilitated by Lama Matthew Rice. The practice will consist of Tsa Lung and seated meditation in the morning from 10:00 am – 12:00 pm. With an afternoon session of Tummo and seated meditation from 2:00 pm – 4 pm. Throughout the day Lama Matthew will be sharing instructions on the practice so that those who are new to these practices will be able to incorporate them into their daily practices. Beginners are encouraged to attend, but must first have received meditation instruction.
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December 31st, 2017 at 7 a.m.
Sofia Khan in her home in Leawood, Kan. (Photo/ Julie Denesha)
The Rime Buddhist center will host the 32nd Annual World Peace Meditation, an interfaith gathering on December 31, at 7:00 a.m. (*please arrive by 6:30 a.m.). The program will consist of religious observances from various cultures and faith traditions including Native American smudging, Tibetan Buddhist chanting and meditation, Christian prayer, devotional music, and the Muslim “call to prayer.”
October 3 – October 8th, 2017
The Rime Buddhist Center is once gain honored to host the Drepung Gomang Sacred Art Tour. This tour shares the compassion and wisdom of Tibetan Buddhist culture throughout the country. The Monks will be in Kansas City and Lawrence, KS, October 3 through October 8. Events planned include a Sand Mandala creation, Tibetan dinner and family night, fire puja, in addition to Pujas and Dharma Teachings at the Rime Center. Please visit the KC tour Facebook page for event details, Drepung Gomang Tour – Kansas City.
Welcome to The Rime Buddhist Center’s Fall curriculum. This semester you will have the opportunity to receive teachings from Geshe Lharampa Tsewang Thinley the Drepung Gomang Geshe in Residence at the Rime Center. Also we are continuing with the second half of the Tier 2 classes. Look for details below on these exciting opportunities to deepen your practice with the support of fellow practitioners.
November 10, 2017
Lha Bab Düchen occurs on the 22nd day of the ninth Tibetan month. Buddha’s mother Mayadevi was reborn in Indra’s heaven. To repay her kindness and to liberate her, and also to benefit the gods, Buddha spent three months teachings in the realm of the gods. When he was about to return to this world, Indra and Brahma manifested three stairs of 80,000 yojanas each reaching this world in Sankisa. As the Buddha walked down the central one, they accompanied him to his left and right carrying umbrellas to honor him. He descended to earth in Sankisa, which is located in modern Uttar Pradesh, and which is counted among the eight holy places. Continue reading
Charlottesville: True Spiritual Teachers by Sergio Moreno
There is an expression in Mexico: “El que calla otorga.” In English we might say, “Silence is complicity.” I grew up with this notion that to be neutral in the face of injustice was to be complicit.
When I came to the Dharma, I was taught to avoid extremes, to seek the middle way. I was taught to respond, rather than react. I was taught not to suppress my emotions, but rather to observe them. I learned that I could in fact observe strong emotions as they arose without being triggered or hooked by them. Practicing and cultivating equanimity enables us to observe these emotions without attachment or reaction. However, we must remember that equanimity is not indifference. Far from it. Continue reading