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Upcoming Events

Special Live Talk with Pema Chödrön on a topic from the Buddhist Mahayana teachings

Thu Jul 18, 2024 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM MDT

Mangala Shri Bhuti will host Pema Chödrön on Thursday, July 18, speaking at the annual Nyingma Summer Seminar program. Each year, Pema generously donates the funds raised from this talk to support the activities of Mangala Shri Bhuti, the sangha of her teacher Venerable Dzigar Kongtrul Rinpoche.

Donation-based Registration: Suggested donation $45 but any amount is appreciated. Recording will be available for 30 days afterwards. Learn More

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Live Q&A with Pema: Compassion in the Challenge Zone

$49 | Sunday July 28, 2024 | 1-2:45 pm EST on Zoom

Pema be leading four seasonal Q&A video calls as part of "A Year With Pema Chödrön," presented by Shambhala.

The Challenge Zone rather than the Comfort Zone, as Pema teaches, is actually where our lives blossom.

  • When we stretch our capacity to hold our deepest emotions and gracefully move through life's tribulations, we grow in love, freedom, and genuine connection with others.
  • By embracing our struggles, we become liberated and understand our common humanity.
  • Through mind-training and awakening bodhicitta, we ripen our capacity for self-compassion and open to universal compassion: the innate wisdom of the heart.

This is your opportunity to ask questions and to reflect with Pema on truly transformative teachings.

The Zoom call will begin with a 30-minute intro teaching/guided meditation session led by Tim Olmsted, Pema’s longtime trusted co-teacher for many events and President of the Pema Chödrön Foundation

If you cannot attend the Zoom call live, the event will be recorded and you will have unlimited access.

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Live Q&A with Pema: How We Live is How We Die

$49 | Sunday October 13, 2024 | 1-2:45 pm EST on Zoom

The next call in the "Year With Pema Chödrön" program, presented by Shambhala, will be How We Live Is How We Die.

Death and impermanence are the greatest fears for many of us. As Pema Chödrön entered the ninth decade of her life, she spent a year in a solitary retreat, working deeply with traditional Tibetan Buddhist teachings on death and transitions. Her insights on the subject are deeply rooted in study, practice, and experience, giving them a grounded and welcoming appeal. In the final live session of A Year With Pema, we'll discover newfound freedom in life's ever-constant flow of endings and beginnings with Pema's wise words.

This is your opportunity to ask questions and to reflect with Pema on truly transformative teachings.

The Zoom call will begin with a 30-minute intro teaching/guided meditation session led by Tim Olmsted, Pema’s longtime trusted co-teacher for many events and President of the Pema Chödrön Foundation

If you cannot attend the Zoom call live, the event will be recorded and you will have unlimited access.

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