Introductory

Anatomy & Physiology of Ego: A Dharma Study Workshop on the Five Skandhas

with Eileen Malloy & Gary Allen

January 5th—February 2nd

Please join us for a participatory five- week class exploring the foundational Buddhist teaching on the five skandhas. Open to all! Continue »

Full Moon Shambhala Sadhana

January 28th

The recitation of this sadhana is a way for us to establish confidence in our own basic goodness and to rouse the wish for all beings to recognize their basic goodness. Open to all! Continue »

Shambhala Training I: The Art of Being Human

February 5th—February 7th

Through the practice of meditation, we glimpse unconditional goodness as the ground of our existence. Opening to this original nature with gentleness and appreciation, we begin to see our potential as genuine, dignified, caring human beings. Continue »

New Moon Sadhana of Mahamudra

February 11th

This practice received and written by Chogyam Trungpa combines the power of the Kagyu and Nyingma lineages of Tibetan Buddhism to help us dispel obstacles in our practice, life, and world. Open to all! Continue »

Meditation in Everyday Life

February 17th—March 17th

Open to all! Learn how to meditate and live a mindful life. Continue »

A Time to go Deeper: The Unique Buddhist Teachings of Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche

with Judy Lief, Carolyn Gimian, Gaylon Ferguson, Martin Janowitz

February 20th—March 20th

This inspiring, in-depth five-week program (three 1-day retreats and two evening classes—all via Zoom) offers the foundation of the journey and way of life as presented by the Buddha and taught by Chogyam Trungpa. Open to all! Continue »

A Time to Go Deeper: The Three Yanas

with Judy Lief

February 20th

This retreat provides an overview of the three principal Buddhist paths as presented in the Tibetan Buddhist tradition; Hinayana, Mahayana and Vajrayana. Open to all! Continue »

A Time to Go Deeper: Can the Climate Crisis Activate Meditation?

with Martin Janowitz

February 25th

Can we activate our inner being as a transformational force for sanity, environmental health, safety, and compassion? Can we raise our gaze in meditation to activate meditation in action? Open to all! Continue »

The Six Types of Mindfulness in the Dzogchen Tradition with Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche

February 26th—February 27th

During this special program, Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche will share the Dzogchen tradition's unique approach to mindfulness. Open to all! Continue »

Full Moon Shambhala Sadhana

February 27th

The recitation of this sadhana is a way for us to establish confidence in our own basic goodness and to rouse the wish for all beings to recognize their basic goodness. Open to all! Continue »

A Time to Go Deeper: Core Foundational Teachings

with Gaylon Ferguson

March 6th

In the first presentations by the Buddha, he introduced many core teachings, particularly the Four Noble Truths. We are encouraged to realize the truth of suffering, understand the causes of suffering, and walk the path to liberation from suffering. Open Continue »

A Time to Go Deeper: Art in Everyday Life

with Anne Saitzyk

March 11th

You are invited to come and experience, or play with, one of Chögyam Trungpa’s favorite activities—object arranging. Drawing on the principles of Heaven, Earth and Humanity, we will explore the process of perception as the foundation of the creative proce Continue »

A Time to Go Deeper: Community and Lineage

with Carolyn Gimian

March 20th

In the Buddhist tradition there are the “Three Jewels”: the Buddha, Dharma, and the Sangha. This retreat will focus on the Sangha (Sanskrit) or community of practitioners. Open to all! Continue »

Contentment in Everyday Life

March 31st—April 28th

Open to all! Learning to relax into our basic goodness allows a contentment and feeling of well-being to arise that is a total game changer! Continue »

Shambhala Training I: The Art of Being Human

September 17th—September 19th

Through the practice of meditation, we glimpse unconditional goodness as the ground of our existence. Opening to this original nature with gentleness and appreciation, we begin to see our potential as genuine, dignified, caring human beings. Continue »