March 2019

11Mar7:15 PM9:15 PMSPIRIT ROCK LIVE: MONDAY NIGHTS WITH JACK KORNFIELD AND FRIENDS7:15 PM - 9:15 PM Online Teacher(s): Lama Tsomo No prerequisiteOpen

Event Details

Teacher(s): Lama Tsomo. For the schedule of teachers, click here.
Sliding Scale: $0 – 108. Code 10ML19.

PLEASE NOTE: This is the LIVESTREAM registration page. To attend in person, just come! Learn more here.

Join us for “Spirit Rock Live: Monday Nights with Jack Kornfield and Friends”, a Livestream of Monday Night.

Now in its 34th year, the Monday Night sitting group at Spirit Rock has been a welcoming refuge to gather, hear the teachings of the Buddha, and practice insight meditation together as a community. The program includes a 30-40 min guided meditation, a short break, and a dharma talk.

If you’re unable to tune in Monday Night for the Livestream, register anyway! The recorded program will be available for 2 weeks. PLEASE NOTE: Registration available until midnight.

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Teacher(s)

  • Lama Tsomo

    Lama Tsomo

    Lama Tsomo is a Tibetan Buddhist lama and author of Why Is the Dalai Lama Always Smiling? Born into a Midwestern Jewish household, she followed a path of spiritual inquiry that ultimately led to her ordination as one of the few American female lamas teaching Tibetan Buddhism. Born Linda Pritzker, Lama Tsomo was ordained a lama in 2005. She now speaks Tibetan fluently and has done extensive spiritual retreat both in the U.S. and abroad, deepening her understanding and mastery of Tibetan Buddhism under the tutelage of Tulku Sangak Rinpoche, a primary holder of the Namchak lineage of Tibetan Buddhism and spiritual head of the Namchak Foundation. Rinpoche has asked Lama Tsomo to oversee the planning and construction of the Namchak Retreat Ranch, and she does so through her service on the board of the Namchak Foundation, an educational resource for a national learning community. Her teaching has inspired American and international students, who appreciate her warm intelligence and her informal, often humorous style. Lama Tsomo is both the mother of three grown children and a grandmother. She shares her mountain home with her two dogs, whom she describes as her constant, loving companions throughout the entire, years-long journey of writing her book.

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