News & Views
News & Views
Make Me One With Everything: Teaching, Meditation, Q&A with Lama Christopher
02 Aug 2015
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
OM Laguna, 332 Forest Avenue #28, Laguna Beach, CA 92651
Sundays at OM Laguna Beach:
Afternoon Teachings, Meditation
"Make Me One With Everything: Buddhist Meditations to Awaken from the Illusion of Separation
his weekly session explores different as
meditation practice from those covered in the regular Tuesday evening meetings
As usual, we will practice in the Dzogchen tradition of Nyoshul Khenpo Rinpoche and Lama Surya Das.
This Sunday we are starting an exciting new series
: Make Me One With Everything
, based on the latest great book by best-selling author and pioneer Western Buddhist teacher Lama Surya Das.
week we will focus on the Preface to the book, and next week move on to the Introduction.
This session is a wonderful opportunity to develop our understanding and meditation practice in a group setting, and to connect with this timeless contemplative tradition
in a deeper way through study of texts from this lineage of teachers.
It is entirely appropriate for those new to meditation, as well as those more experienced
The teachings are offered free of charge, and are open to all.
Donations in honor of the teachings, to contribute to this generously-offered sacred space and to help meet group expenses such as websites etc,
are most welcome and much appreciated.
Directions to Meditation Group
Held at the beautiful
OM LAGUNA BEACH
For map and directions, please click here
Parking Lot #2 is accessed from Ocean Avenue opposite Zinc Cafe. Meters are also available on Forest and on Ocean, but may be crowded. If so there may be spaces on 2nd or Mermaid.
OM is located in Suite 28, on the second floor. Cushions and chairs are available for seating, and the space is airconditioned.
About the Group: We are a local group guided by Dzogchen Center national teachers Lama Daniela Coriat and Lama Christopher Coriat, under the spiritual direction of best-selling author
Lama Surya Das
Further information is available on the
Dzogchen Center Southern California website