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Wednesday, June 25: Public teaching on "The Four Noble Truths," at the Thomas Goodwin Gallery, 34395 Hwy 101 S. Cloverdale, OR, 6-8 pm, doors open at 5:30 pm.
The Four Noble Truths are suffering, the causes of suffering, the end of suffering, and the path to freedom. Meditations on patience and compassion are part of this teaching.
Thursday, June 26: Public teaching on "World Peace and the Unity of all Religions," at Unity By the Sea Church, 7040 Gleneden Beach Loop, Gleneden Beach, OR, 6-8 pm, doors open at 5:30 pm.
Three days at the Newport Intermediate School, 825 NE 7th St, Newport, OR
June 27, 28 and 29
Friday, June 27: 7-9 pm, Public teaching on "Death, Bardo and Rebirth," doors open at 6:30 pm
Saturday, June 28: An evening of sacred music and dance with a multimedia presentation, 7-9 pm, doors open at 6:30 pm
Sunday, June 29: Public teaching on "Karma: Cause and Effect," 6-8 pm, doors open 5:30 pm
Each lecture is given by Geshe Phelgya and a monk and can last between 90 minutes and two hours, including a question and answer session. The tour director will introduce the lama and his interpreter, give the details of the monastery, and offer a brief description of the beliefs of the Gelug tradition of Tibetan Buddhism.
In the words of Gaden Shartse Tour Director Lobsang Wangchuk, "Every action with our body, speech and mind leaves a latent imprint that will ripen sometime in the future. Negative action that is done today will bear negative fruit later. For example, lying is one of the four negative actions of speech. The effect of lying is we will stop trusting people, we will begin to think that other people are lying to us and when we hear the truth we will think it is a lie."
"The Lama will present a lecture on cause and effect so that we can examine our actions and think about their future results. In Buddhism there is no accidents. Everything is caused by our own actions. We have caused everything, so then we can change it."
Suggested donation for all public teachings is $15, Suggested donation for music, dance and multi-media performance $20.
Business blessings, house blessings, land blessings and personal healings available by appointment. Contact: Sunny Lewis,
Sponsored By the WPI & the Larson Legacy - The Gaden Shartse Monks Are On A US Fundraising Tour for Their Monastery Needs in India - June 24th Schedule
Tuesday, July 1st
Wednesday, July 2nd
Thursday, July 3rd
Friday, July 4th:
Saturday, July 5
Sunday, July 6: the Dalai Lama’s 79th Birthday
Monday, July 7th:
Tuesday, July 8th
The Gaden Shartse Tibetan Monks are on a fundraising tour for their large Monastery in India and would like to offer the Portland community the following services:
The Tibetan Monks can perform: Stage & musical performances like the Yak Dance in ritual dress; Overtone chanting with 20 feet Tibetan horns, Dialectical debate performances; personal empowerments; Healing rituals; Sand mandalas; and Lectures. Dates Open For All Of This Are July 1 – 14th. If You Would Like To Host an Event or for more information and to see what the expected donation amounts are; please call Gary at 503-314-5955 or Email
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