Independent Meditation Center Guide

"Mindfulness practice is very forgiving. It beckons to us to start over again, time after time after time, without judging us for the times we haven't managed to remember to drop in on ourselves."
Mark Williams, The Mindful Way through Depression.

Nyingma Institute
1815 Highland Place
Berkeley,  California   94709
(For best directions, please ask the center.)
Tibetan Nyingma
Email Click to contact via e-mail
Phone 510 843-6812
Center's Description
The Nyingma Institure was founded by Tarthang Tulku, an accomplished Tibetan Lama who came to the United States in 1969 and since that time has devoted himself to establishing a firm foundation for Buddhism in the West. For more than thirty years, Western students have worked under his direction to preserve the Buddhist traditions of Asia and to bring the benefits of these teachings into our society.

Today more than ever, we need this knowledge. Dissatisfaction, distraction, and despair seem pervasive and even our best minds hold out little hope for real change. Modern education has not taught us how the mind shapes our experience, how emotions can be understood and transformed, or how to awaken the natural joy, compassion, and wisdom that lie within our hearts.

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