For information on Tahoe Dharma events, or to be included on the Tahoe Tibetan Times Mailing List, please contact Jan and Dave Arnett at 530-525-1900 or firstname.lastname@example.org
One Tree Zen group in Carson City no longer meets on Thursday nights. I have recently moved to Incline Village and started a new group. We still practice in the Soto Zen tradition under Jakusho Kwong-roshi. I am in the process of finding a new venue to practice at. I will keep you posted at our website:
|Dharma activities and groups for: Reno-Sparks, Verdi, Carson City, Minden/Gardnerville, Tahoe City, Nevada City areas.
Email Webmaster to include your group or event.
|Friday July 15, Sat. July 16: Dharma Teachings with Lama Choyang. A warm, compassionate American woman dharma teacher of the Nyingma Vajrayana tradition.
Flyer and all the details
|Zephyr Forest Dharma Center
in Susanville, California: “Our orientation is Buddhist, however we are open to anyone of all faiths or no faith, who want to practice meditation.” There will be guest teachers from varied traditions and lineages.
Visit website for schedule and address.
|Superb slideshow of Losang Samten creating Kalachakra Mandala in Chico, CA Feb-Mar 2008.|
|Photos of Sangha members audience with His Holiness the XIV Dalai Lama. Millennium Pilgrimage to India.|
May all sentient beings have happiness and the causes of happiness;
May all sentient beings be free from suffering
and the causes of suffering;
May all sentient beings never be separated from
the happiness that knows no suffering;
May all sentient beings live in equanimity,
free from attachment and aversion.
Dear Friends of the Dharma:
This website is no longer in service. It was my joy to maintain it when groups were so few and scattered and so few had their own websites. It was gratifying to put sanghas in touch with one another.
But over the years, groups evolved their own websites and mailing lists and therefore Nevadadharma.net outlived its usefulness. All things change, as we Buddhists know all too well! Blessings to all,