Author Archives: nbhalifax

How to Forgive

Everyone deserves to be forgiven, to some degree. And at the same time, the quality and extent of forgiveness really depends on the person who is doing the forgiving. In this article, Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche shares compassionate advice on how we can approach forgiveness in a way that is beneficial for both ourselves and others.

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Looking for Some Mindfulness?

Come and Sit With Us! Sunday Mornings 10:00 6218 Quinpool Rd.  Sometimes known as “bare attention” or “peaceful abiding” Shamatha meditation practice begins with chants and then alternates sitting and walking meditation. The practice of meditation is basically a process of getting to know yourself by becoming familiar with your mind. The Buddhist view of the mind […]

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Milarepa and the Yogic Tradition

Nalandabodhi Welcomes Christoper Stagg Friday March 30 thru Sunday April 1 Milarepa is the most well known practitioner of the yogic tradition in Tibet’s history, attaining the greatest potential of a human in a single lifetime. Though he lived over 1,000 years ago, his life example and the methods he employed on his path to […]

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Losar: The Year of the Earth Dog

Sunday 18 February from 10 am to 1 pm! Here is our schedule for Sunday morning…please come for all or any part of the celebration. 10:00 am Sitting Meditation, Losar Liturgy, Video Greeting from Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche 11:30 am Bagels and lox, mimosas and coffee/tea provided by Nalandabodhi Halifax 12:00 Toasts, Announcements, and Aspirations Losar […]

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The Four Immeasurables

Equanimity     Loving Kindness     Compassion     Sympathetic Joy A Two-Day Practice Workshop Sunday Jan. 21 and Jan 28, 9:30-4:00 The Four Immeasurables  is an important practice of the Mahayana path. Its objective is to train our minds in the four qualities of loving kindness, compassion, sympathetic joy, and equanimity in order to […]

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