The Four Noble Truths + Tea-Time Dharma Q&A

Chanting a Buddha’s or Bodhisattva’s name repeatedly is a form of Chan (Zen) practice, to help us develop meditative concentration. And by chanting the name of Bodhisattva Avalokitesvara (Guan Yin ), who is the embodiment of Compassion, we also cultivate our own innate compassionate mind, so that we may better help others who are in need. Join us in the practice of chanting Guan Yin’s name, and learn how to become Guan Yin ourselves!

Chanting of Guan Yin’s Name Dharma-Gate Learning Series - Topic 2:

Chanting a Buddha’s or Bodhisattva’s name repeatedly is a form of Chan (Zen) practice, to help us develop meditative concentration. And by chanting the name of Bodhisattva Avalokitesvara (Guan Yin ), who is the embodiment of Compassion, we also cultivate our own innate compassionate mind, so that we may better help others who are in need. Join us in the practice of chanting Guan Yin’s name, and learn how to become Guan Yin ourselves!

Sunday Chan Workshop

The Chan Workshop provides an opportunity to further one’s meditative practice and learn basic Buddhist teachings in a group setting. Chan, the Chinese pronunciation of Zen, is a Buddhist tradition noted for its directness and emphasis on meditation. Anyone is welcome to attend this practice […]