In-Person and Online Practice
Sundays and Wednesdays

Join us Sundays from 8 - 9 am and Wednesdays from 7 - 8 pm either in-person at the Center or via Zoom video conferencing for practice and teaching with Michael.


We are studying You Are the Eyes of the World, a dzogchen text by Longchenpa, during the Wednesday night group.


Click the Zoom Video Link below and enter the password to join our video conferences.


Password: 362919

Zoom Video Link

Light Returning


I find it humorous that the winter solstice, the darkest day of the year, is a harbinger of the light returning. The days will start getting longer as we enter the coldest season. Oh well, what can you do but rest in the wonder of it all.


To mark the season, we will have a solstice gathering on December 17 following our usual morning practice. Bring a little snack to share with everyone as we enjoy the company of our sangha community.

🙏🏼Much Love,

Michael

Please print new support materials for the Sunday teachings on the Five Buddha Families from the links below:

The Five Skandhas
Chart of Characteristics
Male & Female Buddhas


Fall Fundraiser

$6,000 Goal

We surpassed our goal and raised $7,575!


We are blessed with a wonderful sangha and are grateful for your ongoing support!


Our Fall Fundraiser goes towards keeping and maintaining our physical location, continuing and enhancing our Zoom experience, maintaining our website, providing a stipend for Michael, supporting our lineage teachers, and more.


To make a donation click the link below:

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Sustaining Mandala

Our Sustaining Mandala is our group of members who are part of our Automatic Contribution Program. Your monthly contribution sustains our Center throughout the year. We invite you to join!


You can print out the form from the link below to pay with your checking account or you can set up a recurring donation with PayPal by clicking on the Donate button above.

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"Generosity brings happiness at every stage of its expression.

We experience joy in forming the intention to be generous.

We experience joy in the actual act of giving something.

And we experience joy in remembering the fact that we have given."



-Buddha Shakyamuni

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