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Dharma Sunday (2/7) — The Bodies of the Buddha

Lama Karma
February 7, 2021

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10:00 am – 12:00 pm EST

We will be starting promptly at 10:00 am Eastern Standard Time. Please use this time-zone converter  to determine the start time at your home.

Over three sessions this winter and spring, Lama Karma will lead practice and discussion on the three Kayas, or Bodies of the Buddha. We will explore these dimensions of awakening through embodied practice, breathing, and contemplation.

Dharma Sundays with Natural Dharma Fellowship are now taking place most Sundays. These sessions, led by highly trained NDF Dharma and guest teachers, include guided meditation, teachings, and time for discussions. A wide range of topics are offered at the discretion of the teacher.  On one Sunday per month, we are offering our year-long Dharma Dialogues program during this same time slot. Please join us for both the Dharma Sunday programs and for the Dharma Dialogues (details and registration here).

Zoom linkThe Zoom link will be sent two days before the retreat to all those registered by then. Please contact the registrar on Saturday if you haven’t received the link. If you register after that date, you’ll receive the link shortly after submitting your registration. If you don’t see an email from Natural Dharma Registrar or Wonderwell Mountain Refuge, it may have mistakenly been sent to your spam folder. Please check your spam folder and, if you find an email from us, open it and mark it as “Not spam.” Then add the email address you see in the From line to your Contacts to ensure our emails land in your inbox.

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DATE AND TIME DETAILS:
February 7, 2021, 10:00 am - 12:00 pm EST. Please plan to join the session early, since meditation begins promptly at 10:00 am.

CONTACT:
[email protected]

REGISTRATION
We appreciate your registering early.

SUGGESTED DONATION
$15

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About the Teachers

Lama Karma

Lama Karma (Justin Wall) has been teaching since 2007, both as a facilitator of mindfulness and in more traditional contexts. He graduated with honors from Columbia University with degrees in English Literature and Religious Studies. He completed two three-year retreats in the Tibetan Buddhist tradition at Kagyu Thubten Chöling Monastery under Lama Norlha Rinpoche and one six-month retreat at Shangpa Karma Ling under Lama Denys Rinpoche, including more than a month of dark retreat. His other..

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