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Sunday Sangha: Meditation & Dharma (Led by Floyd Patton)

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Sunday Sangha: Meditation & Dharma (Led by Floyd Patton)

Time & Location

Aug 23, 2020, 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM EDT
Zoom

About the Event

Sunday Sangha is accessible only via Webcast from the comfort and safety of your home or other location with internet access - you can access this either on a computer or on your smartphone. 

To join, use the Zoom Information below:

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85696275749  Meeting ID: 856 9627 5749 / Passcode: 912126

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Find your local number: https://us02web.zoom.us/u/kbT31YZhWk

Since many of you are now following from your home, we wanted to start sending prayer book page numbers ahead of time so you are ready to follow along come Sunday morning!

SUNDAY August 23, 2020 10 A.M. - 11:30 A.M. SCHEDULE (subject to change)

Led by Floyd Patton

Opening Prayers (p. 4-5)

  • Refuge Formula 
  • Four Reflections that Change the Mind
  • Prayer of Refuge and Bodhicitta
  • Four Immeasurable Thoughts

Meditation

Short Break

Dharma Topic: The Buddhist VIew

Shakyamuni Buddha placed the Right View first in the Eightfold Noble Path. Our view of our self and the world is colored by the demands of our ego which have become ingrained habits.  We are rarely aware of them. The Buddhist View gives us a proper perspective on the nature of our mind and its relation to the world.

Closing Prayers (p. 60-61)

  • Bodhicitta Prayer
  • Dedication of Merit
  • "At this very moment for the peoples and nations of the earth..." prayer
  • Long Life Prayer for HH

PLEASE NOTE: The above page numbers reference the new prayer book which can be downloaded here for reference if you area using a previous prayer book.

About Floyd Patton:

Floyd Platton was a student of and scretary to Reb Zalman Schachter-Shalomi for 17 years. After seeing Lama Losang ceate a sand mandala at the Phila. Museum of Art in 1995 he became a student of Lama Losang and a member of the Tibetan Buddhist Center of Philadelphia.  He has taught at the Center numerous times and also at Temple University’s adult exptenbsion program for four semesters.  He has attended teachings by Palden Sherab and Tsewang Dongyal Rinpoches, Nyingma masters for the last 20 years.

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