Dharma Studies & Practices at the Gampopa Center
Sundays at 10:30 AM - Noon
Karma What it is, What it isn't, Why it matters. Karma is our theme for exploration and discussion this season. We are reading from Traleg Kyabgon Rinpoche's book of the same name
Start your Sunday with short prayers, quiet meditation, learning and an interesting discussion.
Sundays at 2-3 PM
Buddhist meditation, including the study and practice of methods such as calm-abiding, insight, mindfulness, Lojong, and Mahamudra meditation.
In addition to meditation there's always time for a little discussion!
Tuesdays, 7:00 PM
Mahamudra, or "The Great Seal," is a form of meditation taught and practiced by countless followers of the Buddha, and has the ability to bring the practitioner swiftly to enlightenment. Accessible to beginners and advanced meditators alike, this is one of the most popular forms of meditation in the Tibetan Buddhist tradition.
Wednesdays, 7-8 PM
Wednesday evening are a time for taking a break in the middle of the week to cultivate and increase our compassion; for ourselve, others, all sentient beings.
We use the traditional Chenrezig practice of Tibet and discuss modern ideas of cultivating compassion.
We are committed to providing a safe and healthy environment for all of its patrons and practitioners.
In light of recent events in our community surrounding the spread of COVID-19, also known at the coronavirus, we have made the difficult decision to indefinitely cancel all in-person programs. Our online Zoom program schedule can be accessed here, and appropriate practice texts can be found in the resource library. May you and your families remain safe and healthy.
Green Tara Practice
Thursday, 7:30-8:30 AM
Green Tara is considered the Mother of All Buddhas. This practice is a great way to center yourself for the weekend ahead!
Every 3rd Saturday, 1 PM
An hour of exploration and discussion of how the teachings of the Buddha can fold into and guides our lives in an authentic and contemporary way.
If you're curious about Buddhism, this is a great place to start!