Saturday, August 13
New York City
Introduction to Tibetan Buddhist Meditation
The practice of meditation is a major aspect of Buddhist practice. But what is it? What are we doing exactly? Today we’ll explore the meaning and purpose of meditation, the stages of development, and ancient lineage instructions that we can put into practice right now.
We extend our sincere gratitude to Ugo Rondinone and the John Giorno Foundation for generously supporting these PBC events in New York City!
Lama Laia will offer a Dharma talk and lead a meditation practice.
Note: Offsite lunch break from noon-2:00pm.
Please note: Even though the pandemic seems to be lifting, for everyone’s safety and comfort we are holding the following requirements for attendance:
Spaces are limited to 45 people. Advance Registration is Required.Please email email@example.com to make a reservation or Register Online: https://signup.e2ma.net/signup/1965751/10315/
Face masks are required.
Lama Laia Pema Tsultrim was ordained in 2003 as a monk by his teachers Ven. Khenchen Palden Sherab Rinpoche and Ven. Khenpo Tsewang Dongyal Rinpoche at the sacred site of the Buddha’s first teaching in Deer Park, India. He is a resident Dharma teacher at Padma Samye Ling Monastery in New York, where he has lived since 1999. Lama Laia is a senior editor of Dharma Samudra Publishing, leads daily meditations at PSL, and regularly helps with the Padmasambhava Buddhist Center (PBC) monastery and nunnery in India. Lama Laia’s unique style of communicating the essential pillars of Buddhist tenets enable him to impart tranquility and joy, while encouraging great enthusiasm and inspiration in others to develop mindfulness, compassion, and wisdom.
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