Emory Buddhist Club - Many events this week... see you soon!

Hsu, Emory emory.hsu at emory.edu
Tue Apr 19 09:57:44 EDT 2016


Guided Meditation and Dharma Talk
Thursday! And join Emory Buddhist Club on ORGSYNC!

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Our teacher this week is Bhante Wajirabuddhi, abbot of Georgia Buddhist Vihara. Hope you can join us for our weekly guided meditation and Buddhist talk, followed by tea!

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Join Us
Thursday, April 21st
All are welcome!

Time
6:00 p.m. - 7:15 p.m.

Location
Emory University
Cannon Chapel Basement

It's almost the end of the year... come join us!


On-Campus (left) and Off-Campus (right) Events

Michael C. Carlos Museum at Emory "Doorway to an Enlightened World: The Tibetan Buddhist Shrine Collection"
http://carlos.emory.edu/visit/calendar
Free admission to the museum with Emory ID!
The reception hall is on the top floor with a separate entrance.

Tuesday, April 19
7:30 pm, Reception Hall
A significant Buddhist form, the stupa is a container of sacred relics—first of the historical Buddha, then of later significant Buddhist figures — while simultaneously a representation of the ordering of the universe, a connection between the earth and the heavens, and a symbol of the enlightened mind. Not only are stupa an important component of Tibetan- Buddhist altars—both private domestic altars as well as more public temple altars—but they also range from small votive offerings measuring less than one square inch to massive architectural structures to be circumambulated that are found throughout the world.

In an illustrated lecture titled Stupa & Sacred Geography in Private & Public Settings, Katherine Anne Paul, curator of the Arts of Asia at the Newark Museum, will map the sacred geography of stupa—large and small, personal and public—that connect to Tibetan-Buddhist practice.

Thursday, April 21
4 pm, Reception Hall
AntiquiTEA
Enjoy Himalayan ginger, lemon, honey tea as Daniel McNamara, PhD candidate in Emory’s Department of Religion, discusses an 18th-century thangka painting of Chakrasamvara on display in the exhibition Doorway to an Enlightened World: The Tibetan Shrine from the Alice S. Kandell Collection. He will explore the various ways that Buddhists might interact with the image: as an object of devotion, as a map for transformation into an enlightened being through tantric practice, and as an illustration of the results of that practice.

Meditation and Fundamentals of Buddhism Class at Dharma Jewel Monastery
POSTPONED until April 28
A sequential 11-week course with guided meditation and lectures on Buddhist principles and their application to daily life. Every Thursday from 6:30 to 8:30pm, beginning 4/28. No charge!

Guided Meditation Retreat on Saturday
at Kim Cang Monastery
Everyone is welcome for a one-day meditation practice with the Mindfulness and Meditation Society! Saturday April 23rd, 9am - 6pm, free vegetarian lunch provided. Partial attendance permitted for those who cannot stay the whole day.

Tibetan Buddhist Study Group
with Geshe Ngawang Phende
Every other Thursday for 8 times starting Thursday April 21, 7pm at Drepung Loseling Monastery
Topic: Reducing Suffering through the Study and Practice of Buddhist Psychology. Please register, see details at
http://www.drepung.org/Changing/Changingmenu/Study-Group-2016.htm

中台禪寺亞特蘭大分院 - 法寶寺
中文初級禪修班 每週六 4/30 – 6/30 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm

Summer 2016 Buddhist Cultivation Program
This program is open for those who… are serious in learning more about Buddhism... want to experience monastic life... want to rediscover yourself... want to find the true meaning of life...  Temple Stay Experience at Fo Guang Shan's Hsi Lai Temple, America's largest Buddhist temple. Program is entirely in English, free room and board 6/12 - 7/26. Applications are selective... more info at http://www.hsilai.org/en/events/hlcpFull.php

Go Green for Earth Day this Friday - Eat Vegetarian!
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