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With over 40 years of Buddhist training and practice, and a compassionate wish to be of service […] Read more » Guidance by Jacqueline Mandell, Resident Teacher At the beginning of the lunar new year and for 15 days afterward, Shakyamuni Buddha performed multiple miracles and taught daily in response to challenges from skeptics of the six major philosophical schools of his day.

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According to the Buddhists, craving is the one thing that keeps us mired in our attachments.

Some skeptics became monks […] Read more » Meditation & Tara Practice Guidance by Jacqueline Mandell Resident Teacher The new year is a time for reflection, resolutions and reinvigorating our practice. Please bring Tara Text, meditation cushion, under cushion. Questions: [email protected] more » 21 Praises to Tara, the Female Buddha: Expressions of Thanksgiving Jacqueline Mandell, Fri. 17, 7-pm, $20 Buddhism acknowledges our precious human birth as an opportunity to bring forth powerful, ethical and compassionate principles to life.

In January, we will begin our time together with 30 minutes of silent mindfulness followed by Tara meditation practice. Join us for this beautiful […] Read more » Tara Meditation Practice 2 Sunday’s: November 19th & December 10th 2017. 3-5pm at Tabor Space: 5441 Se Belmont St Portland 97215. Naming, honoring, and visualizing these principles can spark greater awareness in our day to day life and practice.

Practitioners follow the profound teachings and exquisite practices of Longchen Rabjam and Jigme Lingpa.

In this Rime (Non Sectarian) Tradition, all interested are welcome to participate.

First comes emptiness or loss, then we see something attractive outside ourselves that promises to fill that emptiness, then we crave.

Craving is seen as a universal form of anxiety, focused on a specific goal.

All levels of training including beginners are welcome.

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