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Relating With The Wisdom And Power Of Emotions

Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche in Washington D.C. – May 29 and 30th   Together with our sangha friends in Washington D.C., Nalandabodhi Philadelphia recently had the good fortune of hosting our teacher, Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche.  As usual, Rinpoche gave profound yet easy to grasp teachings on working with our minds emotions and bringing our everyday experience […]

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Mahayana 300 – Heart of Daring

Mahayana Study in Philadelphia! Sundays 1 – 230 PM – Yoga on Main In the Nalandabodhi Path of Study, our studies of selflessness in the Hinayana are the jumping off point for understanding Mahayana selflessness, which broadens the notion beyond personal selflessness into the vastness of mahashunyata, or the “great emptiness.” The Mahayana Courses begin with […]

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Lojong Retreat with Acharya Lhakpa in Philadelphia

Seven Points of Mind Training – Lojong Retreat Join us as we conclude our study of the Seven Points of Mind Training/Lojong series with a short retreat led by Acharya Lhakpa. The Lojong slogans of the Seven Points of Mind Training teachings are pith instructions for working with our mind in everyday situations. The study and practice of […]

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An Evening with Mitra Tyler at Nalandabodhi Philadelphia

Mitra Dean Tyler at Nalandabodhi Philadelphia Nalandabodhi Philadelphia was honored to host Mitra Tyler recently for an intimate evening of teachings, singing and socializing. Mitra Tyler provided our Philly sangha with guidance as we make our way through the Nalandabodhi Paths of Study, Practice and Mindful Activity. In particular Mitra Tyler gave teachings on making […]

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Towards an American Buddhism

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Dzochen Ponlop Rinpoche discusses the evolution of an American form of Buddhism…

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