Independent Meditation Center Guide

" 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.

Dorje Ling Buddhist Center--Brooklyn, NY
98 Gold Street
Brooklyn,  New York   11201
(For best directions, please ask the center.)
Tibetan Jonangpa
Email Click to contact via e-mail
Phone 718-522-6523
Fax 718-330-0730
Center's Description
We introduce the unique spiritual value of both the Tibetan religion and culture through weekly practice, workshops and special empowerment ceremonies.

Teachers of other Tibetan Buddhist Traditions are also invited to the center to share different viewpoints within Tibetan Buddhism.

Ceremonies for traditional Tibetan Buddhist Holidays are open to the public. In the recent past, the center offered the preliminary teachings and practice for the Kalachakra to numerous American students of diverse cultural backgrounds. Additionally teachings of the Highest Yoga Tantra, the Six-Branch Yoga of Kalachakra were offered to students. Teachings are provided in both the English and Chinese languages.

Dorje Ling Buddhist Center was established in 1991 in Brooklyn, NY. Eight years later a second center was established in Atlanta, GA. It is the vision of Tulku Tashi Gyaltsan Rinpoche to revitalize the Jonang tradition in Tibet and bring that same tradition into the western world. Charitable work of the Dorje Ling Buddhist Center is funded through the US Taranatha Society.
Averages of independent reviewers (1)
Spiritual 5.00   Material 5.00   Recommend 5.00
(1 = Weak ... 5 = Excellent)
Independent Comments
4/20/2006  Reviewed By: cb
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