Foundations of Buddhism and Meditation: Spanish Translation
All Thursday nights staring on May 19th 2022
From 7pm to 8pm (ET / GMT-5)
Meditation and teachings in English with Spanish translation.
Tema: Seis Paramitas
Go to the following webpage to see updates on schedule and link to video conference.
Sunday Morning 10:00-11:00 AM
*Sunday, November 20th service has been canceled*
Medicine Buddha and Green Tara Chanting Followed by Teachings by Lama Karma Chötso
Join Lama Karma Chotso online via Zoom Meeting as she leads the chanting of the Short Green Tara and Medicine Buddha practices. These protective and healing Vajrayana practices provide a supportive experience for better coping with the current health crisis or any of life’s challenges.
Following the service, Lama Karma Chötso will teach focusing on specific texts or topics ranging from the basic Four Thoughts that Turn the Mind to the Dharma, to engendering compassion, to the Middle Way. Sessions will include Q&A and will be approximately one hour.
Join Zoom Meeting:
Meeting ID: 845 3715 3500
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Suggested Donation: $20
* No one will be turned away for lack of funds.
Grand Stupa of Reconciliation
In the region of San Martin, in the Peruvian jungle, near the city of Lamas and the town of Rumizapa, is the Great Stupa of Reconciliation Rime Jangchub Chöten.
Its construction began in 2014 thanks to the effort and collaboration of Buddhist practitioners of various traditions and supporters. It is 15 meters high and contains one hundred thousand Tzatzas, with carefully prepared mantras during days of meditation and contemplation.
The intention of this project is to contribute to the happiness and peace of the region by sharing skillful means, mental training techniques and practical and contemplative knowledge with deep respect for local traditions.
To learn more about this transformational project, click here: Great Stupa of Reconciliation
Open Awareness Buddhist Center encourages the support of this wonderful project being completed by our sister sangha in Peru, Rime Jangchub Chöten. Please click the Donate button below to make an offering in support of this important activity: