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Rinpoche Visit and Grand Opening

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Our beloved teacher, Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche, will be here in Toronto for the grand opening and blessing of our new centre. The day will consist of blessings, prayers, and teachings, as well as an open house session. Please register via email. For details please refer to the poster below.

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Our New Home

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We are excited to announce that in February, 2019, Nalandabodhi Toronto relocated to our new permanent home in Leslieville, a flourishing community for a flourishing dharma. Our Building The centre is located in a revitalized 100-yr-old red brick warehouse on the corner of Dundas and Carlaw Streets, with the entry at 1159 Dundas (address here). […]

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Members & Friends of Toronto Nalandabodhi

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  We are entering a very exciting time for Toronto Nalandabodhi. Over the last year and a half, at the request of our teacher, Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche, we have been searching for a new permanent home. A home for the dharma to grow and flourish in Toronto. Our search is nearly at an end and […]

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Creativity and Compassion with Mitra Mark Power: Finding the mind of kindness in art and everyday perceptions. Saturday and Sunday, March 17/18, 2018

  Join us for a weekend of meditation, presentation, reflection, and also enjoy creative exercises of body, mind, and emotion. On Saturday we’ll include a visit to a local artist’s cooperative – making our practice interactive. Themes will include: meaning and purpose; “How is my life aligned with compassion?”; compassion for self and for “other”; sense-perception as a […]

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The Myth of the Self

Imagine standing on a scenic mountain peak and looking out at the world in all directions without any obstructions. These days, if we see someone behaving selfishly, we might say they’re “being egotistical.” If someone thinks you have a really “big ego,” they may even post a blog calling you an “egomaniac.” From the standpoint of our […]

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