Date: Monday, October 16th
Time: 7:30 pm PT
Led by: Laura Ellis
In this class, we will go page by page through the Sunday morning
Chenrezi practice book, An Ocean of Compassion: Meditation on Chenrezi. We will explain the meaning of the text, the visualizations, and the hand gestures (mudras) that should be used in each section. Chenrezi is the key spiritual practice at Sakya Monastery and blesses us to become kinder and more compassionate, certainly a worthy and noble goal. You can become enlightened by doing just this one spiritual practice.
*Suggested donation: Please contribute what you are able to.
*The suggested donation is a guide for those who wish to contribute to the ongoing upkeep of the Monastery facilities, programs, maintenance, staff and Lamas. You are welcome with any level of support you can contribute to the Monastery.
Meeting ID: 896 7640 9187
Laura Ellis has been a student of H.H. Jigdal Dagchen Dorje Chang and H.E. Dagmo Kusho Sakya since 2002. She currently chairs the Monastery’s Next of Kin Committee, a group which supports Buddhist practitioners in planning for and fulfilling their Buddhist end-of-life wishes. She is the Director of Growth and Opportunity on the Sakya Heritage Society Board of Advisors, and leads Calm Abiding meditations at the Monastery. Laura works at the University of Washington. She has two children. Laura enjoys studying Dharma with friends and has a heartfelt wish to complete Ngondro before she dies.