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NalandaWest is Having an Open House Sat.15: Learn About Tibetan Buddhism

November 14th, 2014 by master

Did you Know that Nestled in Between Fremont & Wallingford is a world Renowned Buddhist Center?

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NalandaWest is opening its doors for a free-to-the public Open House this Saturday, Nov. 15 and continuing on Sunday Nov. 16. Including Meditation, Panel Discussions and activities, this is a two day celebration of the Buddhist Tradition.

There will be representatives of three Buddhist traditions: Theravadin (Ven. Pannavati), Mahayana (John Tarrant Roshi), and Vajrayana (Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche). The panel will be co-moderated by Angela Russell of KIRO 7 Eyewitness News, together with Nalandabodhi senior teacher Tyler Dewar.

You can also take an experiential tour through the Five Fields of Knowledge (Creativity & the Arts, Health & Well-Being, Communication, Knowledge & Reasoning, and Inner Science of Mind). Get a taste of bringing a contemplative perspective to any aspect of your life. Learn about the offerings of Nalandabodhi.


NalandaWest Asks, “What Does It Mean to be Awake in the 21st Century?”

On Suday, there will be a lively panel discussion with Nalandabodhi’s Mitras* – Tyler Dewar, Karl Brunnhölzl, Lee Worley, and Mark Power – will discuss the nature of awakening, the timeless qualities of the path to awakening, and the dance that we as 21st century practitioners engage in when negotiating the busyness and distractions of modern life.

For a full schedule of events, visit their Website
Any questions? Write info@nalandawest.org

*The “Mitra” title: In 2005, Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche empowered a group of his long-time students to be senior teachers of Nalandabodhi. He gave each of them the title Mitra, which is drawn from the Sanskrit term Kalyanamitra, “spiritual friend.”

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