Learn and perform the practice of making tsa tsas (molded objects in the form of buddhas or stupas) according to the ancient Buddhist tradition of Tibet. Buddha’s teachings detail a great number of meritorious activities that, when performed, bring benefit to oneself and others. One such activity is the making of tsa tsa, molded objects in the form of stupas or buddhas. Each tsa tsa made is a nirmanakaya given birth. Tsa tsas can be formed from space, fire, wind, water or earth. We’ll craft our earthen ones outdoors in the open air surrounded by natural beauty reflecting pure mind’s innate freshness. There will also be a film showing Saturday evening, and a group meditation practice on Sunday morning.
Note: There will be a 4th of July sangha pot luck on Wednesday, in addition to group meditation practice, outdoor walks and a Tibetan-style picnic, weather permitting. Free.
Suggested Donation: PBC members $45; $30/day
Non-members $60; $35/day
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