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"...in zazen, tension and pressure must be kept in the lower part of the abdomen as much as possible, as this brings about both physical and mental stability."
Katsuki Sekida, Zen Training.

Rigpa Boston
24 Crescent St.
Suite 308
Waltham,  Massachusetts   02476
(For best directions, please ask the center.)
Tibetan
URL boston.usa.rigpa.org...
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Center's Description

RIGPA is a Tibetan word which means 'the innermost nature of the mind'. The whole of the teaching of Buddha is directed towards realizing the nature of mind - a truth so universal, so primordial that it goes beyond all limits, and beyond even religion itself. 

Taking its boundless and open qualities as an inspiration, Sogyal Rinpoche gave the name "Rigpa" to his work and to the vehicle he was developing to serve the Buddha's teaching in the West. Now an international network with centers and groups in eleven countries around the world, Rigpa seeks:

  • To make the teachings of Buddha available to benefit as many people as possible, and
  • To offer those following the Buddhist teachings a complete path of study and practice along with the environment they need to explore the teachings to the fullest.

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