Sadhana of Mahamudra (during the Public Sit)

March 22nd

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    Room: Main Meditation Hall

    The Sadhana of Mahamudra is an important text composed by the Vidyadhara (Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche) and is a turning point in his presentation of the buddhadharma in the West.

    The Sadhana of Mahamudra is one of the first practices that the Vidyadhara encouraged his students to do, and has a number of important characteristics. This sadhana is a binding factor for our community because students at all levels of practice can participate and receive a true experience or understanding of the spiritual path. Its essential teaching is that the nature of the practice itself undercuts any ideas of spiritual materialism. The practice consists of meditation and chants, and lasts about an hour.

    We do this practice monthly (Sunday mornings close to the time of the New Moon) and all are welcome to attend.

    This practice is done as a part of the Public Meditation session that is happening at this time.

    No charge; donations appreciated.