The Rime Center is offering a Zen style retreat online using Zoom. We will be observing noble silence throughout the retreat.
Join Lama Matt and other Rime Sangha members as we participate in this year’s Give SevenDays events. Following the April 13, 2014 tragedy at the Jewish Community Campus and Village Shalom in Overland Park, Kansas, a group of caring individuals decided that we, as a community, have the power to outshine and overcome such senseless acts of hate. SevenDays is a challenge for young and old, to embrace diversity across races, religions and cultures. Continue reading
Saga Dawa Duchen is one of the most important sacred Buddhist days. The Rime Center will have meditation sessions throughout the day (8am-5pm) for people to meditate on their own. Reserve your spot today.
The Rime Center will also be hosting a special online puja to commemorate Saga Dawa Duchen beginning at 6:00 pm and will be led by Geshe Lharampa Tsewang Thinley. This will be using Zoom so click on the button to register in advance.
Founders Day has been established as a way to honor the legacy of our founders, Lama Chuck and Mary Stanford. Founders Day has been set to occur on June 5th, the Saturday closest to June 8th, Lama Chuck’s birthday. As a celebration of homecoming we use this time to welcome back former sangha members and celebrate the organization’s existence with pujas, meditation practices, and family activities. Read more…
Lama Matthew Palden Gocha will be offering both a spirit offering and smoke offering during the Sunday Service April 18th. We will be making offerings to help establish auspicious connections for the end of the 108 Day Bodhisattva Challenge. Read more.
What is Zen? See for yourself at a free, two-hour introduction to Zen meditation on Saturday, March 13 at 9am CST on Zoom. Zen teacher Maezen Miller‘s Dewdrop Sangha in partnership with the Rime Center are hosting this wonderful opportunity to learn about establishing a Zen practice. Read more.
The Rime Center will be hosting a special puja to commemorate the Chotrul Düchen, the ‘Festival of Miracles’. It is one of the four major Buddhist holidays, and celebrate the fifteen days on which the Buddha displayed a different miracle. Read more…
Designed to be accessible for all levels of learning, each retreat will focus on developing shamatha (calm abiding). The retreats will focus on releasing ego clinging and training the mind in compassion through mindfulness meditation. Beginners are encouraged to attend. Read more…
Please join us online as we celebrate Losar, the Tibetan New Year. This new year is designated as the year of the Iron Ox. Ven. Geshe Thinley will be leading us in a special puja ceremony. Register in advance for this meeting.