Once Monthly Potluck & Practice - Sadhana of Kindness

January 10th—March 7th

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    Room: Meditation Hall


    We invite you to come to the Center to share in this human journey of dignity, worthiness and social relevance through gathering for a potluck dinner and practicing the Sadhanas. This inspiration comes from wanting to make a point of sharing in community these special ceremonies. 

    Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche and Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche have given us these incredible practice gifts, or ceremonies, in the form of Sadhanas. Sadhanas are a subjective journey of learning to accomplishment using imagery, focus and linguistics together. Sadhana practices offered in this form are an opportunity to identify with our awake qualities together in community. The occasion to enjoy a potluck dinner and practicing the Shambhala Sadhana, the Sadhana of Kindness and the Sadhana of Mahamudra in community will be offered alternately in the coming months.

    You are warmly invited to come on this journey of potluck dinner and practice together in community.

    This Monthly Community Practice & Potluck is a time for our community to come together for meditation practice, food & conversation. All are welcome—and members are encouraged—to join in, no matter what your level of experience.

    Once Monthly First Thursdays 6pm Potluck & Practice:
    February 7th - Sadhana of Kindness
    March 7th - Sadhana of Mahamudra

    April 4th - Shambhala Sadhana (Trungpa Rinpoche's Parinirvana)

    February 7th - Sadhana of Kindness Practice

    Awakening the Moon of Enlightened Society

    This sadhana was composed by the Kongma Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche during two retreats, the first in 2015 and the second in 2017. A sadhana, or "means of accomplishment", is a liturgy that accomplishes its aim--in this case, for kindness to fearlessly create enlightened society. This sadhana is designed to foster this in a variety of ways. 

    Questions? Contact: Susie Cook at [email protected]
    Come join us for these remarkable practices!