September practices are Medicine Buddha & Guru Rinpoche (Sept 6–Sept 27)
Medicine Buddha meditation is a healing practice treasured by many in the Mahayana Buddhist tradition. We can practice it for ourselves, for someone we care about who is ill, and for all sentient beings. Through mantra recitation, and meditation, we invite you to delve into the heart of this practice, regardless of your level of experience. Whether you are a seasoned meditator or a newcomer, you are warmly welcomed to join. Schedule: Ringing of the Bell, Opening Prayers, Medicine Buddha Meditation Practice, Silent Meditation, Closing Prayers.
Guru Rinpoche meditation is a deep practice connecting you with the wisdom and blessings of Padmasambhava. Immerse yourself in Tibetan Buddhist tradition, embarking on a journey of self-discovery and spiritual growth led by Guru Rinpoche’s guidance. Guru Rinpoche, also known as Padmasambhava, was instrumental in bringing Buddhism to Tibet in the 8th century. He is highly revered in Tibetan Buddhism fully enlightened master and often thought of as a second Buddha.