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.

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

Password: 362919

Zoom Video Link

Wednesday Practice and Annual Meeting

We will be shifting the Wednesday evening gathering from focus on the Ngöndro practice to the following format: We will begin with lineage prayers and one of our other short practices. Then discussion topics will range from unpacking the meaning of a practice to a focused teaching on a particular Dharma topic or text. I have had a number of requests to go through my book, Being an Ordinary Buddha, so we will begin with that text. All are welcome to join us. 

Also, we will be hosting our annual meeting on April 2 after our usual morning gathering. Please join us in person to get a glimpse of the inner workings of the Dharma Center and offer your input regarding our future trajectory. 

Being an Ordinary Buddha

Much Love,


We will be doing the Kuntuzangpo practice on Sunday. See PDF link below:

Kuntuzangpo PDF

Upcoming Events

Phowa Transmission and Teachings

Sunday, April 16, 9:30 am - Noon, $20 suggested donation

This practice, which helps us become proficient at transferring the consciousness at the moment of death, requires that we have some experience with the Ngöndro sadhana. Everyone who has accumulated some of their Ngöndro is welcome to join us. Please sign up at the center or send an email of your intention.

With Gratitude

We are grateful for your ongoing support of our in-person and online teachings and of our center.

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Dharma Journal Posts

Sustaining Practice

One of the ways we honor our spiritual tradition is in how we sustain our practice over time. If we are sincerely interested in awakening to the truth mirrored to us by our lineage...

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The Healing Power of Practice

Mantra Accumulation

We are now chanting the short and/or long Vajrasattva mantra, a powerful prayer for purifying karma. See PDF above for the long mantra.

Short Vajrasattva Mantra:


We will chant this mantra for the benefit of all beings and until reach 500,000 mantras.

Report Mantra Count
Vajrasattva Prayer PDF
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