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Invited Teacher Series "Appreciation of the Feminine Principle in Tibetan Buddhism" Myoshin Kelley

On the ultimate level, the teachings that are offered in the Buddhist  tradition help us to transcend gender identities beyond the restriction of the conceptual mind.  On the relative level, having role models and understanding the attributes of feminine and masculine qualities, help us to embrace the totality of our lives.  It enables us to consciously bring all challenges and abilities to the path of awakening.

During this evening we will explore the The Feminine Principle which is equated with wisdom.  It is called the Mother of all Buddha’s because it is the fundamental space that is unconditioned and can not be labeled.  Because of its elusive nature, it is harder to recognize and appreciate than the masculine principle.  In order to help us to recognize these qualities we will look at aspects of Tibetan Buddhist teachings that empower the fruition of the feminine through deities, historical women and getting in touch with our own inner wisdom.


Bio: Myoshin Kelley has been practicing for over 40 year. She has received dharma instructions from renowned Buddhist meditation masters in the Theravada, Zen and Vajrayana traditions. She initially trained as a meditation teacher under the guidance of Joseph Goldstein and Sharon Salzburg at the Insight Meditation Society. She taught retreats in North America and then was appointed the teacher in residence at the Forest Refuge, the long-term practice center at IMS. She was introduced to Vajrayana teachings in 1993 and met Mingyur Rinpoche in 1998. She moved to Minneapolis Minnesota in 2010 with her husband Edwin Kelley to help establish Tergar. She currently leads Tergar programs worldwide as well as training and mentoring Tergar group leaders.


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When:
Sunday, May 2, 2021, 6:00 PM until 7:30 PM
Where:
Online Main Hall
Zoom


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Category:
Sunday Evening
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