Glimpsing the Nature of Mind: Meditation Retreat in Upstate New York with Ven. Amy Miller
We are delighted to announce our third annual retreat with Ven. Amy Miller at Garrison Institute. The nature of mind will be a central theme during this retreat, and, as in previous years, we will experience the integrative approach that has made these retreats so successful: alternating concentration (shiné) and analytical meditations, keeping silence during the breaks. This retreat will benefit both relatively new Buddhists and more experienced practitioners.
Friday, April 14 to Sunday, April 16
at Garrison Institute
Discovering Buddhism Study Group:
Mind and Its Potential
In this module, we will examine what the mind is, what its nature and function are, and how it affects our experiences of happiness and suffering. Discovering Buddhism (DB) is geared for students who wish to deepen their understanding of fundamental Buddhist concepts. Each module includes teachings, meditations, readings, assessment questions, and a short retreat.
For more information on the new changes made for the DB modules, please click here.
Wednesdays, March 1- April 19 from 7pm to 9pm
People’s Climate Mobilization
Concerned about climate change and the impact it has on the global community and sentient beings everywhere? We have the opportunity to join other Buddhist and Mindfulness communities in Washington DC and around the world, to come together on April 29 in Washington DC as part of the People’s Climate Mobilization.
Saturday, April 29 from 6am to 8pm
Pujas are powerful ceremonial practices that help us achieve success and harmony in our daily lives and progress swiftly in our spiritual development. Relied on by Buddhist practitioners for centuries, pujas incorporate meditation, visualization, and prayers to help generate positive potential (merit).
Friday, April 11 from 7pm to 9pm
Friday, April 21 from 7pm to 9pm
Wednesday, May 3 from 7pm to 9pm
Light of the Path Retreat 2017
Registration is now open! Light of the Path Retreat 2017 is the fifth of a 5-year series of teaching retreats led by Kyabje Lama Zopa Rinpoche and hosted by Kadampa Center – FPMT, Raleigh, NC.