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Meditation and practice with Geshe Gelek

Repeats every week every Sunday 100 times except Sun May 22 2022, Sun Jul 03 2022, Sun Jul 10 2022, Sun Aug 07 2022.
11:30 am Sunday, March 13, 2022

 

Medicine Buddha, Green Tara, Vajrasattva and Refuge - these are four foundational practices in Tibetan Buddhism. 

Join in as Geshe Gelek Chodha leads us in meditation and prayer in these practices.

We will rotate among the four practices each Sunday, following Dharma teachings. 

 

 

How to attend online:

Students who are already present in the gompa, on Zoom or on YouTube for the teachings can simply stay for the practice session.

Students who wish to attend the practice but aren't present for the teachings can use their Zoom link for Sunday Dharma, or go to our YouTube channel.

Register here for Sunday Dharma and meditation practices in Zoom.

If you attend in the gompa, please observe our COVID protocols:

  • Gompa seating will be limited to allow for social distancing and maximum air filtration (please do not rearrange seating).
  • Anyone wishing to attend Sunday Dharma inside the gompa must have an up-to-date COVID-19 vaccine. Up-to-date means a person has received all recommended doses in their primary series COVID-19 vaccine, and a booster dose when eligible. No other conditions (such as being infected with COVID-19 in the past) qualify you to be in the gompa. 
  • There will be overflow seating in the lobby and outdoors. 
  • Please maintain at least a 6-foot distance from Geshe-la, whether he is seated or entering/leaving the building. We will not have a khata line or opportunities to bring offerings to Geshe-la at the end of teachings. Of course, any student who wishes to make an offering may leave an envelope or card of appreciation on his table before he arrives. This is to protect our precious teacher.
  • Masks must be worn at all times while inside the building.  Masks are optional for our teachers so they can be clearly understood.
  • Please use hand sanitizer upon entering the Center.
  • Continue to use good hand hygiene practices while onsite e.g. washing hands immediately after using the restroom or blowing your nose, keeping your hands to yourself, avoid touching your face, cover coughs and sneezes with your elbow.
  • Please stay home if you, or someone you have been around, don’t feel well.
Location at Kadampa Center: 
Gompa