Rinpoche's May 1, 2016, teaching on "37 Factors of Enlightenment" is now available on YouTube.
A 2005 teaching on Tonglen has also been posted.
In 2017 Emaho embarked on a regional water project to test the safety of the water in Rinpoche's Tehor region of Eastern Tibet. This year, 2018, we conducted another series of tests, making comparisons. ZaChoeje Rinpoche is looking at implementing green technologies that will allow critical development that does not adversly affect the unique Tibetan landscape, its people, and its culture.
>> Read more about this important project, one of the many we undertake to support Rinpoche and the Tibetan people.
Please join the Emaho Benefactor Circle by becoming an Emaho benefactor. In pledging whatever you can donate monthly, you help shoulder the financial responsibilities of Emaho Foundation. As a benefactor you join our growing Emaho family.
Zachoeje Rinpoche designed the student talks to not only benefit the Sangha but, more importantly, to benefit the person who reads, studies and prepares the talk.
Rinpoche asks we pick a subject, preferably one about which we know little or nothing.
Sunday January 28
Topic: How to find balance in our busy lives
Moderator: Lou Ann Behringer
Sunday February 23
Topic: How to find sustainable peace with self
Sunday March 22
Topic: The 8 auspicious symbols and what they represent
Sunday April 19
Topic: How to deal with anger from a Buddhist point of view
Sunday May 17
Topic: How to set up a practice altar at home
Moderator: Otto and Sian
Sunday June 14
Topic: What is the relationship between you and your spiritual teacher?
Moderator: Donna Tash
Sunday July 19
Topic:The qualities of a Bodhisattva
Moderator: Ira Pettit
Sunday August 16
Topic: Ethics and a good society
Sunday September 20
Topic: What is universal responsibility?
Sunday October 18
Topic: Suffering, impermanence and death
Sunday November 22
Topic: Jataka Tales
Sunday December 20
Topic: The Seven-Limb Prayer
The Foundation of Buddhist Practice by His Holiness the Dalai Lama and Thubten Chodron begins with the four seals shared by all Buddhist philosophies, and moves on to an explanation of the reliable cognition that allows us to evaluate the veracity of the Buddha’s teachings.
The book provides many other essential Buddhist teachings, including:
His Holiness’s illumination of key Buddhist ideas will support Western and contemporary Asian students in engaging with this rich tradition.Read more ...
ZaChoeje Rinpoche has requested of us to recite Drupthop Thangtong Gyalpo's Vajra speech-A Prayer for Pacifying the Fear of Disease. Click on "Read more: A request from Rinpoche" below to see the entire prayer and to listen to the Geshes chanting this auspicious prayer in Tibetan.Read more ...
Teen program 10:00 am to 11:00 am
Our monthly program includes setting up our alter, mindfulness practices and Qi Gong exercises as well as discussions on how we can apply Buddha’s teachings to our everyday lives.
2020 Program is a spiritual take on the popular Escape Room. Samsara Escape Room
Please join us as we find our way out of the Samsara Escape Room using Buddha’s teachings on the Four Noble Truths and the Eight-Fold Path. We will navigate our way through by finding clues, solving puzzles, and breaking codes.
If you have any questions please email Jackie, our teen and youth program director: E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Youth program 9:00 am to 10:00 am
Our youth classes strive to teach the essential points of Buddhism through storytelling and art, in a simple and fun way that will help children apply the teachings to everyday life.
Children of all ages are welcome.
Each class includes setting up our alter, calming the mind with a short guided meditation and calming our bodies by focusing on breath.
2020 PROGRAM Escape from Samsara Island
In this monthly program we will take a journey to get off of Samsara Island using Buddha’s teachings on the Four
Noble Truths the Eight-Fold Path. We will find clues, solve puzzles and figure out codes using your very own treasures.
If you have any questions, please email Jackie, our teen and youth program director: E-mail: email@example.com
Child poverty has reached record levels in the US, with now almost 17 million children affected.
Emaho continues to support those in need. We ask everyone coming to events at the Emaho Center to bring, each time they come, a non-perishable food item for Mom's Pantry in north Phoenix.
» Read more about our donations to Mom's Pantry
Our Sangha brought their beloved pets for blessings from our kind and generous teacher, ZaChoeje Rinpoche. (photos from 2016)
Zachoeje Rinpoche and Emaho Foundation do not follow any involvement with the practice of (Dolgyal) Shugden. We do not endorse any persons or institutions that are associated with Dolgyal Shugden. Read more (PDF)
11435 North Cave Creek Road; # 3
Phoenix, AZ 85020
We extend our kind welcome to Emaho Center. We want you to feel welcome and comfortable.
There are things we do in the temple and in the center that may be new to you.
We take off our shoes as a sign of respect. The floors can be cold. You are welcome to wear socks or bring slippers.Read more ...
Amazon Smile and Fry’s Grocery Store have both a set up community rewards programs.
When you shop you can support Emaho Foundation.Read more ...
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