Join us for Chotrul Düchen, the ‘Festival of Miracles’. Chotrul Düchen falls on the fifteenth day of the first Tibetan month’s full moon. The following fifteen days celebrate the Buddha’s miracles to boost his disciples’ devotion. A special puja begins at 7:00 pm. The puja will be in-person and online using Zoom. Continue reading →
The Rime Center’s Chenrezig retreat is open to all skill levels. It focuses on sadhana practice like tantric liturgy chanting, meditation, and mantra. Replacing old patterns and thoughts with new ones, and overcoming obstacles. It’s an excellent practice to benefit all beings… Continue reading →
Join us as we explore the rich repository of Buddhist Sutras. We will be studying the Gold Sūtra The Buddha compares the mind of awakening to gold, which retains its purity despite being shaped into different forms. Similarly, the mind of awakening manifests in unique ways, yet its inherent nature remains unchanged. Continue reading →
Losar Tashi Delek! Happy Tibetan New Year!
Losar means New Year in Tibetan. It is the first day of the first month of the Tibetan lunar calendar. For Tibetans, Losar celebration is one the most festive periods of the year observed with a lot of religious, cultural and merrymaking events. Learn about some recommended practices that can be done for Losar. Read more.