Buddhist Studies

Learn about our Chants

with Judith Johnson

July 16th

Learn about our Chants. Chants are one of the funkier parts of our practice. Many of us chant along without clear understanding of what they mean or why we are doing them. If this rings true for you, join us for our 1st session of learning about our chant Continue »

White Tara: A Soothing Practice for Difficult Times

August 1st—August 29th

This five-week recorded course introduces the short daily practice of White Tara, one of the most famous bodhisattvas of compassion in Tibetan Buddhism. Continue »

Learn about our Chants

with Judith Johnson

September 10th

Learn about our Chants. Chants are one of the funkier parts of our practice. Many of us chant along without clear understanding of what they mean or why we are doing them. If this rings true for you, join us for our 1st session of learning about our chant Continue »

The Bodhisattva Warrior: The Six Paramitas

with Ellen Rook

November 5th—December 3rd

The bodhisattva—the renowned ideal of Mahayana Buddhism—is not a god or deity but a way of being we can all aspire to. As Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche explains, those who take the bodhisattva vow make one simple commitment: to put others first, holding nothin Continue »