Two practitioners in the Dharma Training Program talk about the benefits of structured Buddhist training in these challenging times.
With the fear and uncertainty of the current world situation, we wanted to offer a Tara practice which my be of benefit to you. Tara is reknown for eliminating fear, and Jetsun Drolma Ritö Loma Gyönma is one of the 21 Taras.who specifically protects from contagious diseases, pandemics and fevers by destroying them and bringing ease, health, and well-being.
Lama Pat Berube discusses the changes that have come since the publication of Elizabeth Kübler-Ross's ground breaking book, On Death and Dying, started a revolution in how we care for the dying.
Lama Döndrup introduces the practice of Chöd and gives an overview of Sukhasiddhi’s offerings for the coming year that will help us cut through obstacles and embody the dharma.Confess your hidden faults Approach what you find repulsive...
by Lama Annik Brunet, December 5, 2017 Sixteen years ago, Lama Palden had the inspiration to offer her serious, committed students the opportunity to do the practices usually only undertaken during the Shangpa Lineage traditional 3-year retreat – while still engaged in work and family life. She believed that doing intensive, semi-retreat practice while remaining active in the world could allow for a continuous integration of our spiritual development with the physical, psychological and sociocultural
from left: Lama Annik, Lama Pat and Lama Stephen In a moving investiture and authorization ceremony on November 4, 2017, Lama Palden, Lama Drupgyu Tenzin and Lama Döndrup, under the authority of Kalu Rinpoche, welcomed Annik Brunet, Pat Berube, and Stephen Gross as lamas of the Shangpa Kagyu lineage. Over the last 20 years, the three lamas have, through retreats, classes, pilgrimages and an extraordinary amount of individual practice within their everyday lives, accomplished the
WE CAN'T BE HERE on the earth unless we incarnate in a body. The body is the perfect suit that is designed for life here on planet earth.
Congratulations to Sukhasiddhi Teachers Pat Berube, Annik Brunet and Stephen Gross, and to Lineage Students Gail Ferrari and Robin WinnJoanne Molyneaux2018-08-22T16:01:29-07:00
from left, Pat, Robin, Gail, Stephen and Annik With the end of the month-long Chod retreat August 31st, Sukhasiddhi teachers Pat Berube, Annik Brunet and Stephen Gross complete over 15 years of daily practice and study, including all practices done in the traditional Shangpa three year-three month-three day retreat, as well as four years of teacher training. Pat, Annik and Stephen are the first at Sukhasiddhi to complete the full range of practices
Participants in the Community Dharma Leader's program share thoughts on what they've learned and where they're going Editor's Note (Jane Brunette): The Community Dharma Leaders program (CDL) just completed its year-long training. In it, Lama Palden and Lew Richmond teamed up to prepare a circle of practitioners to teach aspects of the Dharma in community settings. I spoke with Lew and with two of the trainees to get a feel for the program and how