Guru Yoga for the Four Sessions

Vajrayana Shrine Room The “Four-Session Guru Yoga” was written by Mikyo Dorje, the eighth Gyalwang Karmapa. It is typically practiced in retreat by Kagyu practioners

Sitting Practice

Main Shrine Room Settling the Mind Shamatha-vipashyana, formless meditation Daily Sitting Meditation Every morning 7:40 – 8:00 AM ET (13:40 – 14:00 CET) Twenty minutes

Guru Yoga Practices

Vajrayana Shrine Room This practice takes place regularly in the Vajrayana Shrine Room. Enlightened body, speech and mind is within every practitioner, but is often

Vajrakilaya Sadhana

Vajrayana Shrine Room Vajrakilaya represents the penetration of the delusional confusion of arrogant practioners. Underlying anger and resentment are purified by the willingness to surrender completely

Chakrasamvara Sadhana

Vajrayana Shrine Room Chakrasamvara means “Supreme Bliss of the Wheel”. Chakrasamvara represents the binding of the student to the mind of enlightenment. “The Meditation and Recitation

Vajrayogini Sadhanas

Vajrayana Shrine Room Vajrayogini is a semiwrathful female yidam who represent the transformation of ignorance and passion into emptiness and compassion. “The Daily Practice of

Green Tara

Main Shrine Room Tara practices in general are associated with the development of compassion and warmth towards oneself and others. As such, the Tara deity

The Sadhana of Mahamudra

Main Shrine Room Vividly describes the challenges and realizations of the Vajrayana Buddhist path and introduces the awakened view and energy of the Nyingma and Kagyu


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