We will carpool up to Mt. Rose from RBC leaving at 9:00am. Please bring good walking shoes, sunscreen, sack lunch and water. The hike is a gentle 5 mile round trip. We will do a Forest Bathing session after the lunch break. We should be back to RBC about 3pm. Please join us for the day!
Forest Bathing is a process of individual contemplative "soaking in" of the natural environment. After a period of guided meditation the group breaks up and each one finds a spot in the first to sit and just be. The Buddha and his students often used this method to rescenter and revitalize their practice.
Sunday March 10th, 3-5pm
"A PORTRAIT OF THE 14TH DALAI LAMA SINCE HIS EXILE FROM TIBET IN 1959."
at Reno Buddhist Center, 820 Plumas St., Main Hall.
FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
- Donations accepted -
Presented in partnership with the Northern Nevada International Center.
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The movie depicts scenes of the Tibetans and the Dalai Lama going back to 1950 when the Chinese invaded the country, follows the Dalai Lama's visit with Chairman Mao, and his eventual escape into exile. His life in exile has been extraordinary and the question of whether there will be a 15th Dalai Lama is explored and unanswered in this film. The Dalai Lama himself has said he will not be reincarnated because he does not want the Chinese involved in choosing his successor.
The future remains a mystery, but one thing is certain. This man exudes happiness and peace, in spite of the genocide of his people at the hands of the Chinese. We have a lot to learn from him.
Dharma Snowshoe/ski outing
Saturday, February 16th 9:30am - 2:30pm We will carpool to Mt. Rose leaving RBC at 9:30am. Please bring a sack lunch, water and warm clothing (hat, gloves, thick socks). We will snowshoe up to Chickadee Ridge to feed the birds and enjoy a short Dharma talk while we eat lunch. This is a moderately difficult/strenuous outing, so you need to be in pretty good condition. You can rent snowshoes at Bobo's Ski & Patio www.bobos.com
Founder's Dinner - February 8th 6:00 - 8:00pm All are welcome to attend this special potluck dinner to honor RBC's founders, Drs. Daigan and Alicia Matsunaga. Come help us celebrate RBC's 30th anniversary too! Please bring your favorite chili, yes it's chili night, or salads or a dessert to share. Come engage in sangha - laugh, and enjoy a delicious meal. Please RSVP to the temple office via email firstname.lastname@example.org
December 31st 10pm - Midnight
Everyone is invited to ring-in the New Year by participating in this uplifting and inspirational service. We will have chanting and ringing of the bell 108 times, thoughtful words on Taking Refuge from various clergy including Buddhist, Christian, Jewish, Hindu, Native American, Catholic and Bahai faith traditions and special performances by the Tsurunokai Taiko drumming group, The McPhersons, Jim Eaglesmith and Reno Kundalini Yogis. Come early to get a seat!
Saturday, November 10th 12-3pm
Learn the life enhancing skills of Compassionate Communication. We will introduce fundamental principles and have the opportunity to practice and reflect with wonderful experienced CC teacher Rachel Morman.
RSVP contact to Rachel Morman MsRachelMorman@gmail.com 775-770-4943
Saturday November 3rd 9am to 4pm
We all overlap at lunch. It’s fun and there is lots to do. The Temple is like a boat that carries us in the sea of Samara. Please give your time and maintain the boat together!
Help in the morning - Lunch - Help in the Afternoon.
Come when you can. Win the Dump Run contest and you get to ride to the dump with Rev. Matthew in Grünhilde!
@ Sagehen Meadows We will carpool up to Truckee from RBC leaving at 9:00am. Please bring good walking shoes, sunscreen, sack lunch and water. The hike is a gentle 6 mile round trip to Stampede reservoir. Dharma Talk will be enjoyed during lunch out on the trail "Nature and Buddhism".
Visit our center Saturday, September 29th from 1:00pm to 3:00pm for a special Pet Blessing with a Buddha icon. All shapes and sizes of animals are welcome. Large animals in the parking lot.
Temple tours will be available from members and staff. All questions welcome!