Event Dates: February 29, 9–1

Our Dharma practice days for men in the first half of 2020 will be themed around the idea or image of inner and outer wilderness. We will be exploring the relationship of our inner world to the outer through Dharma texts, literature, meditation and mindful forestry projects. In the cooler months we will be exploring Dharma texts that touch on the theme of wilderness, facing fear, and transformation. In the warmer months we will be outside (weather permitting) working on the beautiful paths and bridges that wind through our forest and along the riverbank. We will prepare the site where we will install another of the stone Buddhas outdoors; this summer on the men’s weekend (July 24-26) we will be ritually installing the antique statue of the Dakini in a pagoda near the firepit.

These events are offered by donation. Please feel free to bring a snack to share.

Jan 12, 1-5: Exploring Tantric Buddhism: an introduction to core symbols

Feb 29, 9-1: The Dakini

Mar 22, 1-5: Outdoor project (weather permitting) or indoor practice

In April, please consider participating in the Community Work Day on the 11th, 9-3

In May, we will be participating in Buddha Day on the 31st.

June 20, 6-9pm: We will host a Solstice Puja celebrating the Dakini

July 24-26: Men’s Weekend Retreat

Learn more about the Dakini here and here.

Led by: Team
Times: Feb 29, 9–1
Venue: Aryaloka
Fee: Donations appreciated
Level: Open to All Men
Directions: Directions Page
The Generosity Kula invites everyone – each time time they come to Aryaloka – to bring one item for our collection boxes in the entryway. We are collecting non-perishable food items, personal care/cleaning products, or warm clothing items. Your generosity makes such a difference in many people’s lives! We thank you for your past donations and encourage you to continue. With gratitude, the Generosity Kula.