Venerable Tulku Yeshi Rinpoche
May 13 – 15, 2016
No Set Fee – Pay Whatever You Can Afford
We are delighted to welcome back Tulku Yeshi Rinpoche May 13th – 15th and give the Yuthog Nyingthik empowerment and Tsalung Trulkor teachings.
Tsalung trulkor is a practice that works intensively with our subtle body. By combining special breath retention techniques with physical movements and visualizations, we move our wind-energy throughout the body, allowing it to reach deep places and open more and more subtle channels. It is said that tsalung trulkor is a wonderful daily practice,
especially to control and handle the stress of our modern life in society. It has the power to balance the energies of mind and body, and it also helps enormously to support one’s meditation practices.
February 22nd, 2016
Chotrul Düchen occurs on the full moon (the fifteenth day) of the first Tibetan month, which is called Bumgyur Dawa. The first fifteen days of the year celebrate the fifteen days on which, in order to increase the merit and the devotion of future disciples, Buddha displayed a different miracle.
The Rime Center will be hosting a series of Shakyamuni Buddha Pujas and open meditation sessions as an opportunity for you to come in and meditate throughout the day at your own pace and time limit. Continue reading
April 1st–3rd, 2016
No Set Fee – Pay Whatever You Can Afford
We are delighted to welcome back Lama Lodu Rinpoche returns to the Rime Center to share teachings and an empowerment focused on 1,000 Arm Chenrezig, the Bodhisattva of Compassion.
Chenrezig (Avalokiteshvara) is said to be the essence of the speech of all the buddhas and incarnation of their compassion. As one of the Eight Great Close Sons, he is usually depicted as white in colour and holding a lotus. He is of special importance to Tibetans, so much so that he is sometimes described as the patron deity of Tibet Continue reading
Please join us Saturday, Feb. 6th at 5 p.m. as we celebrate the Tibetan New Year or Losar. This new year is designated as the year of the Male Fire Monkey.
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. Continue reading
Join us on Feb 6th for a celebration of Bob Marley’s life and music. It will start at 9:00 PM or as soon as the Tibetan New Year’s activities are ended. The Rime Center’s very own Sista G will be presenting Bob Marley’s music in celebration of his life and works. This event is to benefit the Rime Buddhist Center.
Dear Rime Members and Friends:
For the past 20 years it has been my pleasure to serve as both spiritual and executive directors of the Rime Buddhist Center. As many of you know I will be retiring at the end of this year.
I’d like to invite you to a very special event being held at the Rime Buddhist Center and it will be my last official duty before I retire.
The event is the 30th annual “Meditation for World Peace.” This amazing interfaith event will feature prayers of peace by each of the 15 different faith traditions represented on the Greater Kansas City Interfaith Council. A highlight of the event will be the presentation of the Bodhisattva Award. The Bodhisattva Award is presented to those who work for the benefit of others. State greetings will be given by The Honorable Dr. Charles B. Wheeler, former Missouri State Senator. Former Mayor Pro Tem Alvin Brooks will give community greetings. This year’s event is endorsed and co-sponsored by the American Friends Service Committee – Kansas City Program and the Greater Kansas City Interfaith Council. The event is free and open to the public. This year’s keynote speaker will be Kansas City Mayor Sly James. Continue reading
December 31st, 2015 at 6 a.m.
The Rime Buddhist center will host the 30th Annual World Peace Meditation, an interfaith gathering, on Thursday, December 31, at 6:00 a.m. (*please arrive by 5:30 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, Sufi dancing, and the Muslim “call to prayer.” Continue reading
#GivingTuesday is an online movement to create a national day of giving at the beginning of the holiday season. On Tuesday, December 1, 2015, charities, families, businesses, community centers, and students around the world will come together for one common purpose: to celebrate generosity and give.
TWELVE ways to support the Rime Buddhist Center this holiday season:
Saturday, December 5
There’s a holiday sale and open house at the Rime Buddhist Center! The event will be held on Saturday, December 5, from 1:00 p.m. until 5:00 p.m. Many books will be deeply discounted and the new 2016 calendars will be available to purchase .
Cookies and hot tea will be offered.
Please plan on stopping by and stocking up on items for the holidays!
The Rime Center is pleased to host this 24-hour interfaith meditation for the earth in conjunction with meditation sit-ins across the globe. Global start time is 8:00 am, November 1st, Paris time. This is why we will begin at 12:45 AM (we are 7 hours behind).
People of all faiths and no faith are invited to join us as we focus our meditative attention on climate crisis and environmental responsibility.
DROP IN AT ANY TIME DURING THESE 24 HOURS – STAY AS LITTLE OR AS LONG AS YOU WISH – TEA AND COOKIES PROVIDED! Continue reading