Introduction to Buddhism
Friday (9/16) - 7 PM
Jamyang Lama will teach the next class in the ongoing ongoing course. Each week covers a different topic of Tibetan Buddhism. Everyone is welcome to attend, previous participation in the class or Buddhist instruction is not required.
Finding Your Dharma Teacher and Path
Friday, September 23 at 7 PM
Ven. Geshe Kunchok will offer teachings on how to find your dharma teacher, ways to properly rely on them and keeping samaya. Finding your good dharma teacher is very important for your dharma studies and spiritual developments. RSVP here. You may also contact (513) 385-7116 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Vajrasattva Initiation and Teachings on 100 Syllable Mantras
Saturday, September 24 at 10 AM
Vajrasattva is the manifestation Buddha to help sentient beings to help purify negative karma. Vajrasattva practice is a powerful method of purifying body speech and mind and Karmas of the past and present time. Vajrasattva practice is also preparation for taking further higher Tantric practices. RSVP here. You may also contact (513) 385-7116 or Email: email@example.com
Tsongkhapa Guru Yoga Practice (Migtsema Mantra and Tsog)
Sunday, September 25 at 10 AM - 5 PM
Ven. Geshe la will offer instruction on how to do Meditation (visualization) practice of Tsongkhapa guru yoga practice, explanation of Migtsema mantra. He will also give teachings on Tsog offering, and how to do it. All are welcome. Specially recommended to all beginners. RSVP here. You may also contact (513) 385-7116 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Gaden Samdrupling Buddhist Monastery, founded in 1999, is a community center for Buddhist study, practice, and culture. It is a tiny corner of Tibet transplanted to the West Side of Cincinnati. Historically, a Tibetan town monastery served as a hub of spiritual and communal activity. Community members drew religious and spiritual inspiration from the monastery and provided material support for the monks, who focused their efforts on helping all sentient beings.
GSL Monastery continues this tradition by offering classes, meditation practice and special events for those in the community who wish to learn about or study Tibetan Buddhism as a philosophy for life, a spiritual path or a religious practice. Our teachers offer instruction handed down from Shakyamuni Buddha (“The Buddha”) and passed from teacher to student in an unbroken lineage for over 2,500 years.
All are welcome. Our purpose is not to convert individuals to Buddhism. Rather, our intention in offering the teachings is to assist others in attaining happiness and peace.
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