Tibetan Buddhist Center for Wisdom
REGISTER for Zoom classes by clicking on the link of title of class you want to join:
We have decided to temporarily cancel all in person classes due to COVID-19, however we are now offering a variety of ZOOM classes. We understand everyone is going through difficult times and we are doing our best to continue to offer the Dharma to you during these times from the comfort of your home!
Please check our calendar for more information or use the links above to register for these Zoom classes as registration is required. We are currently offering a variety of ways to make a contribution and we genuinely appreciate all of your generosity and support during this difficult time. For those of you that can afford to make an offering, you may want to contribute to someone else's attendance and/or want to contribute to our ongoing center operating costs. We rejoice in your generosity to support the center, preserve the Dharma and we thank you for your continued support!
At this time we are inviting all MEDICAL PERSONNEL/Nurses, & First Responders, to join these amazing teachings on us, as we feel they are extremely beneficial, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more. We also understand that many people may be experiencing true financial hardship and we would like to extend this offer to you as well. We also believe in community support and have a number of people within our community that are looking to help others in need. If you are in need of some assistance or know someone that is need of some assistance please let us know how we can help.
WAYS TO HELP THE COMMUNITY: (click on links below for more info)
If you would like to help from home, here are a few ways to offer service:
Join one of our zoom classes - Daily meditation could slow aging in your brain, study says
Taking up meditation while sheltering-in-place may not only help you cope with the stress of the coronavirus pandemic, it may even keep your brain from aging. Read more about study here.
Our aspiration is to help students achieve their maximum potential for wisdom, happiness, and compassion. Our programs present Buddhist teachings in an authentic and traditional manner. At the same time, we show how the teachings of the Buddha continue to be effective with the current challenges in our lives today. You can learn more about Buddhism here.
We are affiliated with the Foundation for the Preservation of the Mahayana Tradition (FPMT) founded by Lama Zopa Rinpoche and Lama Thubten Yeshe. Under the spiritual direction of Lama Zopa Rinpoche, the FPMT has been bringing the teachings of the Buddha to the West for several decades and has over 160 centers and charitable projects worldwide. We follow the tradition of His Holiness the Dalai Lama and it is our honor to serve and support his way. For more information about FPMT click here. You may subscribe to FPMT's Monthly Newsletters by clicking here.
Join us for a teaching by our resident teacher, Venerable Tendron, an American nun who explores Buddhist tools and techniques with a Western perspective. Sunday classes are ideal for newcomers focusing on methods to cope with the demands of daily life. If you wish to study Buddhism in depth you might want to choose our Thursday night series of Discovering Buddhism. For more information on our classes check out the Programs tab.
We are only open during teachings, so if you would like more information or have a question, please give us a call at 954.421.6224
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