Category Archives: Western Buddhism

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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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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Studying the Hinayana Teachings in Philadelphia!

Nalandabodhi Path of Study… Currently in Philadelphia we are studying the foundational teachings of the Buddhist tradition… From our main NB site: Buddhism is not a religion in the usual sense of the word. It is a method of investigation that allows you to work skillfully with the positive potentials and negative energies of your […]

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One Common Thing – Mindful Activity

Working Together to Benefit Kids in Philly Earlier this year, Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche asked Nalandabodhi sangha directors worldwide to work together on a project that would have an impact in our local communities. As Rinpoche put it, “it would be good to do one common thing.” That’s how the name of this initiative was born. It was decided to celebrate One Common Thing on Lhabab […]

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