Programs at P’hurba T’hinley Ling

P’hurba T’hinley Ling hosts a range of ongoing practices and events during the spring and summer months. Below you will find our schedule of weekly yoga and meditation class, which is free and open to the public; our monthly group tsog  practices, and other special events according to the Buddhist holy days.

Ongoing Events 

Saga Dawa: Today we celebrate the day of Buddha’s birth, enlightenment and Parinirvana. We will be performing a Buddha Tsog and raising new prayer flags. Event begins at 2:00 pm.

Dakini Tsog: group tsog practice; 5:00 pm

Kum Nye Yoga & Meditation: 2:00-3:30 pm, free and open to the public

Guru Rinpoche Tsog: 5:00 pm

Annual Sang celebration for Dzamling Chisang. Event begins at 10:00 am and ends at 5:00 pm each day with break for lunch.

Chokor Duchen Today we celebrate the holy Buddhist day of Chokhor Duchen, when the Buddha first turned the wheel of Dharma. We will be performing a Buddha Tsog and fish release. Event begins at 2:00 pm.

Naga Adventure day – we will be going ‘on location,’ to a park along the Mississippi River, to make offerings to the Nagas. Meet at PTL at 10:00 am.

Special Events

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Cabins Available during events

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Module 2: Khorde Rushen: Distinguishing Between the Ordinary and Sublime with Khandro Kunzang

Module 2: Speech Rushen. Khorde Rushen is a series of practices that are considered to be the Preliminary Practices (Ngondro) to the Dzogchen Path. Khorde Rushen literally means to separate or distinguish between our samsaric, ordinary, or relative truth reality from our inherent Buddha nature, or absolute truth. This series of skillful practices are divided into three sections: Body Rushen, Speech Rushen and Mind Rushen, as well as outer, inner and secret levels. ...
19 Jun - 28 Aug
11:00 am - 1:00 pm

Revelations of Mind – Searcher Reaches Land’s Limits

How is our ordinary consciousness constructed? Why is internal chatter and stress such a central part of our experience? How can we access non conceptual engagement when all we have is a web of words? In this course we will explore the structure of perception, the role language plays in self and other identity, and the roots of human suffering. Based on Tarthang Tulku’s groundbreaking text, Revelations of Mind, Dr. Richard Dixey will guide us on a journey into discovering the inner workings and potential of our own mind. ...
13 Sep - 18 Oct
10:00 am - 11:45 am
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