Program for March 2016

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Program for March 2016

Evening Meditation Mon-Fri at 8pm
Each weekday night at 8pm*, there is a guided meditation on the 16th Karmapa, our main meditation practice. All are welcome to join, there are no prerequisites and there is no cost. A short introduction will be provided for all newcomers. (*Meditation starts at 7pm every first Friday of the month.)

Monthly Events:

Weekly Dharma Talks

Weekly Dharma Talks are offered every Wednesdays at 8pm. They are followed by a guided meditation on the 16th Karmapa.

Wednesdays in March

March 2nd – “Introduction to Diamond Way Buddhism” – Thure Svane-Dupont
March 9th – “Working with Disturbing Emotions” – Sasha Rozenberg
March 16th – “Ngondro: The Great Preliminaries” – Masha Chlenova
March 23rd – “Karma, Cause and Effect” – Renzo Balducci
March 30th – “Buddhism in Daily Life” – Jonathan Bradley

Program with Peter Malinowski

Thursday March 10th – “Buddhist Meditation”
Friday March 11th – “The Teacher in Diamond Way Buddhism”

Peter Malinowski was born in 1964 in Braunschweig, Germany. He took refuge in 1990 and has been a traveling teacher since 1994. Peter has been living in the Diamond Way Centre in Liverpool since 2001. He holds a PhD in Psychology (University of Konstanz, Germany) and works as a Senior Lecturer in Psychology and Cognitive Neuroscience at the Liverpool John Moores University in the UK. One main strand of his research focuses on the psychological and physiological effects of Buddhist meditation practice.

Program John Christopherson

Thursday March 24 at 8pm: “Working with the Sangha”

John Christopherson was a searching idealist when he met the dharma years ago. He took refuge in 1999 with Lama Ole, and helped establish Diamond Way Buddhist Centers in the Midwest. Working as an elementary school teacher, he lives in Madison, Wisconsin, and spends summers based at the Europe Center.

Learn about our retreat center project!

The Northeast Retreat Center
Modern self confident people value real experience over philosophical ideals. Buddha’s teachings offer practical, inspiring, and useful tools for transforming even our greatest disturbances into wisdom by pointing directly at our own enlightened nature. By applying the teachings correctly one can take advantage of every situation, even their bustling city lifestyle, to lead them down the path of freedom and enlightenment.

All events are offered free of charge unless otherwise noted. No prior knowledge of Buddhism is required and there are no prerequisites for any center event.

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