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Buddhist wisdom on the topic of death offers us insight that enriches our life, helping us to make every moment meaningful. Through gaining familiarity with certain special ways of thinking, we can learn to accept the reality of our mortality with a calm and peaceful mind, and without fear.  


Liberation From Sorrow: A Green Tara Chanting Retreat

with Gen Kelsang Tenzin

Friday - Sunday | November 11 - 13

Friday, November 11

Intro Talk 7 - 8pm | $15

Saturday & Sunday, November 12 – 13 | $20 per day

Session 1 10 - 11am  Session 2 12 - 1pm

Session 3 3 - 4pm  Session 4 5 - 6pm

Green Tara is a female enlightened being, the manifestation of the ultimate wisdom of all the Buddhas, who protects living beings from outer and inner obstacles and guides them to the attainment of all the stages of the path to enlightenment. In relying on Mother Tara and requesting her help, we recite twenty-one special verses of praise, or homage. This prayer practice is called Liberation from Sorrow. The precious words composing it are Buddha's own speech and are therefore very powerful. By engaging in this practice, we draw closer to the twenty-one emanations of Tara and constantly receive special blessings and protection. 

Everyone is welcome to join us for this weekend retreat.

Attend as many sessions as you wish. 

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Je Tsongkhapa Empowerment 

with Gen Kelsang Tenzin

Sunday, February 26

More Details Coming Soon


Dealing with Death: A Buddhist Perspective

with Gen Kelsang Tenzin

Monday, October 31 | 7 - 8:15pm


Included in all membership levels


"When the turbulence of distracting thoughts subsides and our mind becomes still, a deep happiness and contentment naturally arise from within."

Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso, from the book The New Meditation Handbook