Expand/Collapse all programs
Date: Sunday, October 10, 2021
Teacher: Acharya Judith Simmer-Brown
Judith Simmer-Brown leads this month’s “Second Sunday” Maitri Bhavana, so we can practice for the wellbeing of others. Maitri Bhavana is a practice that is done for the benefit of the seriously ill, or for major global turmoil and disasters.
Date: Saturday, October 23, 2021
Teacher: Cynthia Moku
Addressing current issues on the climate changing, with knowledge being offered to the world from both ancestral traditions of Polynesian ocean culture and current science & innovation technologies. How these topics interface with and can inform us
Date: Sunday, November 7, 2021
Teachers: Shastri Janet Bronstein & Dr. Peter Nowak
Janet Bronstein and Peter Nowak share about a new Shambhala initiative that seeks ways to measure the societal health and well-being of our community in an ongoing way. Why is this important? How can we even do this? Come learn more!
Date: Sunday, November 21, 2021
Teacher: Thomas Berthoff
Join this exploration of what deeply understanding impermanence implies, how impermanence determines the path the Buddha taught, and how impermanence interacts with egolessness and suffering to provide the framework for all of the Buddha's teachings.
Date: Sunday, November 28, 2021
Teacher: Acharya Daniele Bollini
Humanity is living in a democracy, economic, and environmental crisis. Yet we postpone solutions and pretend the problems are not there. This talk explores the Buddhist notion of avidya (basic ignorance), and why we resist a clear perception of reality.
Date: Sunday, December 12, 2021
Teacher: Acharya Mathias Pongracz
Mathias Pongracz leads this month’s “Second Sunday” Maitri Bhavana, so we can practice for the wellbeing of others. Maitri Bhavana is a practice that is done for the benefit of the seriously ill, or for major global turmoil and disasters.
Date: Sunday, December 19, 2021
Teacher: Touching The Earth Collective
Join us for a SUPER family friendly and fun-filled celebration of Children's Day and the Winter Solstice as a way to connect with the cycles of the seasons and the importance of family and children. Hosted by the Touching the Earth Collective.