INTRODUCTORY: Open to all — no prior knowledge or experience required; no registration required
WHEN: Generally once or twice each month; please check Calendar to confirm
• SCHEDULED: April 9th, 2017, 10:30 - 11:45 AM
WHERE: The Guhyasamaja Center, Professional Center of Fairfax Building, 10875 Main Street, Unit 108, Fairfax, VA
FACILITATOR: Ven. Dondrub or Ven. Tendrol
This session will help high school and college students learn about Buddhism by immersing them in the atmosphere of a temple. Vens. Dondrub or Tendrol will explain the essential points of the Dharma using the symbolism of the temple's art work, lead a variety of simple meditations, and explain the meaning behind the meditation altar and the traditional offerings made there. This will be followed by a Question and Answer session.
While this session is designed for World Religion students, everyone is welcome to attend.
Information regarding what you can expect when visiting the center, Dharma etiquette, the center's sacred artwork, and more can be found on our Resources page.
For directions, accessibility information, parking instructions, and other details you may find helpful for your visit, please visit our Contact page.
We humbly offer you the opportunity to practice generosity by helping to make the Buddha's teachings available in our community. If you're able, please make a donation for classes and other events — it's even tax deductible!
Suggested donations for both members and non-members are listed below, but please — give what you're comfortable with!
Members & Non-Members: $5
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If you'd like to contribute but are unable to make a financial donation, please don't worry — no one will ever be turned away for financial reasons! And there are many other ways you can help support the teachings.
For more information about all our funds and special projects in need of financial support, the center's donation policy, tax deductible information, membership details, volunteer opportunities, and other ways you can support the center, please visit our Practicing Generosity page.