Meditation on Chenrezig, the embodiment of the Buddhas’ compassion, is the central Vajrayana Buddhist practice supported by KCC. Varjayana practices utilize visualization, recitation of mantra, and other techniques to cultivate direct recognition of the innate purity of the mind and the qualities that manifest from this primordial purity. The Wednesday practice includes reciting a text in Tibetan, and no instruction is given.
Resident Lama Eric Triebelhorn provides detailed instructions about the practice of Chenrezig on alternating first Sundays from 9:00 am to noon. Following a potluck lunch from noon to 1:30, there will be opportunities to discuss the practice and engage in one closing session of the practice. These instructions happen on even-numbered months: February, April, June, August, October, and December.
All are welcome to attend.