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Online retreat with Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche – Be Wise, Go Kind: Uncertainty as an Opportunity

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Online Retreat – weekend of June 26-28, 2020

Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche

Acharya Lama Tenpa
Be Wise, Go Kind: Uncertainty as an Opportunity

Throughout the world, many of us are facing a reality filled with uncertainty as the routines of daily life continue shifting beneath our feet. When we connect with our natural wisdom, uncertainty becomes a profound opportunity for positive change in ourselves, in our relationships, and in our world.

During this retreat we will explore our inner wisdom and the power of kindness for transforming our world.

Join us in a community of discovery and craft your roadmap for living fully and meaningfully in the face of uncertainty.

 

 

Join us each Sunday: Meditation @ 9:45 am & Study @ 10:45 am.

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NOTE: Until further notice, we will be meeting online by videoconference. Please contact philadelphia@nalandabodhi.org for information on how to connect. We are taking this step out of concern for the well-being of all, given the corona virus pandemic. If you haven’t done videoconferencing before, please consider making the leap. All you need is access to the internet via computer or smartphone–technical help is available. All are welcome. Questions? Contact philadelphia@nalandabodhi.org

Mind Without Borders

birds-sky Mind Without Borders is a prison dharma program based out of the New York City Nalandabodhi sangha, providing Buddhist study through correspondence courses, dharma pen pals and meditation instructors. We offer Buddhist study and meditation groups within some prisons and send DVDs  for the inmates to view and discuss together. When possible, we make personal visits to the prisoners with whom we are working.

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