Every Sunday 10:00 - 11:00 am
In his great compassion the Buddha also emanated as Chenrezig, a form of the Bodhisattva Avalokiteshvara. Practices such as the Chenrezig and Tara sadhanas can be approached by someone leading an ordinary life. The Chenrezig meditation is uncommon both in the ease of its performance and the blessing that it bestows. It too is development stage practice, and regardless of which yidam is practiced, this practice is important because in it we work with our attachment to "I" or "I am."
Tuesday and Friday 6:00 a.m.
Green Tara is perceived as giving powerful help to remove obstacles. These obstacles may be external or within our own mind - anything that causes us suffering or prevents us from being happy. People pray to Tara for help with worldly problems as well as for help with progress along the spiritual path. Images portray her as quick and fearless in her activity, for example, her outstretched right leg shows her readiness to spring into action whenever she is needed and she is often described as youthful, playful and dynamic. Green Tara is particularly associated with the quality of fearlessness and her special role lies in helping beings to overcome all kinds of fear and the suffering associated with fear.
Wednesdays 7:00 - 8:00 pm
The group has finished studying the Third Kampara's text On Buddha Essence and in keeping with the same subject matter we will begin a new book this coming Wednesday titled As It Is, a teaching on how to implement the natural state and develop stability in our practice and daily activity. The teacher of this book Tulku Urgyen Rinpoche gave these instructions to a group of his students in October 1995 and passed away three and half months later. Free copies of the study material will be provided to those interested in receiving the blessing of this master. The group is very informal and it is not necessary to attend every session.
Form more detail information contact Anthony Modica at 520-834-5435 or firstname.lastname@example.org