2019 - Workshops and Events
Saka Dawa June-16 12:00pm-1:00pm
Sunday June 16 12:00pm-1:00pm
Please mark your calendar to join us in celebrating Saka Dawa.
His Holiness The Dalai Lama's Birthday Celebration July 7, 11:30am-12:30pm
Please join us on Sunday. July 7th at 11:30 am to celebrate the 84th birthday of His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama.
Living and Dying
The audio recording of this workshop, held on April 30-31 and May 6-7, is now available on our audio recordings site: Treasure Trove: Emaho Foundation Audio & Media Library. Click the above link and scroll down until you see the "Living and Dying" audio link. If you need more information about how to download the files, see Emaho Foundation Audio Teachings.
Seven Limb Prayer: Classes Begin May 9
We look forward to Geshe Lobsang’s in-depth teaching on the Seven Limb Prayer.
Celebration of Earth Day
Annual Retreat with ZaChoeje Rinpoche May 24, 25, 26, 2019
Mark your calendar
Annual two-day retreat with ZaChoeje Rinpoche
May 24, 25, 26, 2019
Please join us for ZaChoeje’s annual two-day retreat.
Chenrezig Ngensong Kundrol (Compassion Buddha who liberates beings from the lower realms)
Preparing For a Good Death March 17
In preparation for ZaChoeje Rinpoche’s upcoming four-day workshop on death and dying from the Tibetan Buddhist perspective, he has encouraged us to organize and present a one-day workshop to proactively address many of the situations, issues and dilemmas we in the West face in our later years. We will look at how to clearly define and communicate as well as legally document our intentions for living with illness and for our dying. Some of our objectives for this one-day workshop include: Learning about what we need to do to ensure our wishes are carried out, ways to broach this discussion with our beloved, family and friends, steps to take to clearly organize our choices, composing an end of life map that will honor our preferences, and more.
LIVING & DYING WORKSHOP WITH ZACHOEJE RINPOCHE March 30-31, April 6-7
To live fully with an open mind and open heart we also need to be able to face our own inescapable death and loss of loved ones. Tibetan Buddhist tradition has vastly reflected and deeply researched the nature of life and death. For centuries this pathway has been a profound awakening for many practitioners. Accepting the true impermanence nature of our life and death opens our heart to loving kindness and enables us to live life to our fullest potential.
Tibetan New Year Celebration February 5
Tashi Delek Welcome to the Year of the Earth Boar. Please join Geshe Lobsang as we welcome in the Tibetan New Year traditional morning prayers.
Annual Mantrathon February 2
Please join us in welcoming 2019 with our annual one day Chenresig, Avalokiteshvara, retreat/Mantrathon. Emaho’s Mantrathon welcomes the new year strengthening our sangha friendships and our wishes for a year of global peace, health, happiness and spiritual growth.
The Symbols of Tibetan Buddhism Class Begins Thursday, January 31
Geshe Lobsang Chophel will begin his 8-class winter intensive, sharing and explaining the meaning behind some of the extensive Tibetan symbols that adorn the rich tapestry of visual imagery of Tibetan sacred art.