Sun, Feb 21 | Zoom ID: 882 5765 4069 Passcode: 068477

Sunday Sangha: Meditation & Dharma with Guest Teacher Andrew Quintman (Life of Milarepa)

Join us for meditation and dharma with special guest teacher Andrew Quintman: Life of Milarepa
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Sunday Sangha: Meditation & Dharma with Guest Teacher Andrew Quintman (Life of Milarepa)

Time & Location

Feb 21, 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM EST
Zoom ID: 882 5765 4069 Passcode: 068477

About the Event

Sunday Sangha is accessible only via Zoom 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. 

ZOOM LINK UPDATED!

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85696275749

Join Zoom Meeting https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85696275749 Meeting ID: 856 9627 5749 / Password: 912126

 To call in from your phone, dial the below number and use the meeting ID and password  above when prompted: (646) 558-8656

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 February 21, 2020 10 AM - 11:30 AM EST Tentative Schedule.

Dharma Topic: Life of Milarepa, led by guest teacher Dr. Andrew Quintman

Learn more about Dr. Andrew Quintman:

Andrew Quintman is Associate Professor of Religion and the College of East Asian Studies at Wesleyan University, specializing in the Buddhist traditions of Tibet and the Himalaya. He has written extensively about the literary corpus of the Tibetan poet Milarepa. His English translation of The Life of Milarepa was published by Penguin Classics in 2010. His latest book, The Yogin and the Madman: Reading the Biographical Corpus of Tibet’s Great Saint Milarepa (Columbia University Press), won the American Academy of Religion’s 2014 Award for Excellence in the Study of Religion. He currently serves as the President of the Board of Directors of the Buddhist Digital Resource Center (BDRC) and also co-directs a long-running workshop on Religion and the Literary in Tibet.

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: Life of Milarepa

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.

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