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Basic Buddhism Class Schedule

Currently, this is the schedule for the Basic Buddhism Class, subject to change for weather, etc.

Sept 10 – Introduction to Buddhism

Sept 17 – The Three Treasures

Sept 24 – The Seal of the Three Laws

Oct 1 – The Four Noble Truths

Oct 8 – The Eight Fold Path

Oct 15 – The Six Perfections

Oct 22 – The […]

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Dharma Center Spring Retreat

This past weekend we completed our second annual Dharma Center spring Retreat, with nineteen of us spending an evening in the woods at Osage Forest of Peace chanting, meditating (both sitting and walking the trails) and discussing the Dharma. The topic for this years retreat was Nikkyo Niwano’s view of encounters, and […]

Basic Buddhism Text

For those of you interested in the Basic Buddhism Class, the text we use for the class in now available for download in pdf format. Go to the Links page and click on the 2013 Basic Buddhism Text.

Bozos on the Bus

This past Sunday both the reading and Hoza discussions were based on an a book excerpt which discusses a line from the clown/activist Wavy Gravy:

We’re all bozos on the bus,
so we might as well sit back
and enjoy the ride.

The except, from Elizabeth Lesser’s book “Broken Open: How Difficult Times Can Help Us Grow” is […]

Karma, Transmigration and Rebirth

It is Wednesday night in Basic Buddism we will be discussing Karma, Transmigration and Rebirth. Regarding Karma, Nikkyo Niwano said in his Lotus Sutra Commentaries “In the simplest terms, karma means “deed” or “action.” A deed is an action that is undertaken with a particular will, motive, or purpose. However brief, an action […]

Rev Kris Speech

This week Rissho Kosei-kai is celebrating the 50th anniversary of the enshrinment of the Gohonzon in the Great Sacred Hall on RK’s campus in Tokyo. The Gohonzon is a large statue of the standing buddha on a Lotus pedestal with the four great bodhisattvas and the Tathagata Abundant Treasures imbedded in the aura behind […]

No Hoza Monday night

Road conditions are expected to remain hazardous through tomorrow so we are canceling Monday Night Hoza.

Weather Day!

Due to the significant potential for icy roads (not to mention the parking lot) and below zero wind chill factor tomorrow morning we are canceling our Sunday service at the Dharma Center. Stay home, stay warm and stay safe (and chant at home tomorrow).

The Noble Eightfold Path in Basic Buddhism

Another week in Basic Buddhism and this time we focus our attention to the Noble Eightfold Path. It is said that during the night of his enlightenment the Buddha came to the realization that neither extreme sensual pleasure nor extreme physical denial provided the liberation from the suffering in life that he sought. […]

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