Upcoming special events at Gaden KhachoeShing monastery in Bloomington. IN
Event: Migtsema mantra practice (Saka dawa month)
Date: Thursday, May 29th - Friday, June 13th 2014
This year, we are dedicating doing Migtsema mantra practice during this holy month of Saka dawa. It will involve doing Tsongkhapa guru yoga practice and chanting Migtsema mantras in the morning and evening sessions, and doing other dharma activities during the day. You can participate for the weekend also. All are welcome to join us during any of these dharma activities. A great opportunity to accumulate merits.
Event: Tsongkhapa three emanations initiation
Date: Thursday, May 29th at 7pm
Event: Vajrayogini blessings initiation
Date: Sunday, June 8th at 2.30pm
Event: Lama Choepa with Vajrayogini Tsog offering
Date: Friday, June 13th at 7pm
This month is also 100,000 merits times. During this holy month as merits accumulated will increase by 100,000 times. Our dharma creation will bring benefits to countless of sentient beings for generations to come. All events are held at Gaden KhachoeShing monastery.
All Teachings and initiation will be at DGTL Monastery. All teachings and initiation are offered Free. As in Buddhist tradition, If you wish to sponsor a Teaching or initiation, you can also do in honor of your loved one.
Please contact: DGTL Monastery (812) 339-0857 or email: email@example.com for more information.
Event: Introductory course on Buddhism in Fall 2012 (September, October and November)
Date: Sundays at 10am
Location: DGTL Monastery
Event: Dharma discourse
Time: Sundays at 2.00pm
Event: Dharma discussion
Time: Wednesdays at 6pm
Location: Gaden KhachoeShing
Dagom Gaden Tensung Ling Buddhist Monastery was founded in 1996 by renown Tibetan Buddhist teachers Ven. Kyabje Dagom Rinpoche and Ven. Gonsar Rinpoche. Their deepest wish in estblishing the monastery was to preserve for the benefit of all sentient beings the Buddha's teachings as transmitted by the Gelugpa linage of Tibetan Buddhism.
Though DGTL functions as a traditional monastery for monks of this lineage, it also welcomes lay people of all nationalities and backgrounds to participate in its many religious, cultural and educational programs. These include sacred teachings by visiting and resident monks, the construction of precious sand mandalas, daily prayer services, guest lectures to schools and community groups, and the annual Taste of Tibet in which the monks cook Tibetan delicacies for the communities of Bloomington and Cincinnati.
DGTL is nestled at one end of Bloomington, Indiana's Lower Cascades Park, a natural setting with cliffs, a creek, and a waterfall. The quiet monastery grounds and the building decorated by hand with traditional Tibetan colors and designs. Monastery is Open to Visitor during 9-6pm. Please call for more information: (812) 339-0857.