Upcoming Events

06/15/2019 & 06/16/2019

Awakening Through the Cultivation of the 3 Wisdoms - Alan Murillo

10am - 12pm - 2 - 4pm

2117 E. Yandell, EL Paso, TX. 79903

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06/15/2019 & 06/16/2019

Awakening Through the Cultivation of the 3 Wisdoms - Alan Murillo

“Listening, contemplating and meditating are known as the "Three Wisdoms”. Each of these practices is vital to actualizing our Buddha-nature and our abilities to benefit others."


Admission is Free
Suggested donation: $10 per session (no one will be turned away for lack of money) 

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10am - 12pm - 2 - 4pm

2117 E. Yandell, EL Paso, TX. 79903

06/17/2019

Saka Dawa 2019

6:30pm - 7:30pm

2117 E. Yandell, EL Paso, TX. 79903

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06/17/2019

Saka Dawa 2019

Saka Dawa, is one of the most sacred of Buddhist holidays, when we celebrate the birth, enlightenment and death (parinirvana) of the Buddha Shakyamuni. 

Join to recite the Shakyamuni Buddha Puja.

Everyone is welcome to bring flowers, food and candles for offerings.  Afterwards, we will share the food offerings and have some tea. 

6:30pm - 7:30pm

2117 E. Yandell, EL Paso, TX. 79903

06/21/2019

108 Yaks Documentary With Public Talk and Q&A with Geshe Thubten Jinpa and Geshe Losang Jinpa

6:30pm - 8pm

EPCC Rio Grande Campus Little Temple, 906 N El Paso St.

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06/21/2019

108 Yaks Documentary With Public Talk and Q&A with Geshe Thubten Jinpa and Geshe Losang Jinpa

This is a record of an astonishing journey undertaken by a disciple of Lama Zopa, Geshe Thubten Jinpa, to save the lives of 108 yaks doomed to be sold for slaughter in Nepal.
The journey that Geshe accomplishes entails taking a group of over twenty herders and sherpas to a remote location in eastern Nepal, accessible only by walking, and then herding all 108 yaks over some of the most difficult terrain on earth to a new location on the Tibetan border. 


Admission is Free
Suggested Donation: $10 (the proceeds will go to the Rolwaling Monastery School in Nepal) 

6:30pm - 8pm

EPCC Rio Grande Campus Little Temple, 906 N El Paso St.

06/22/2019

Heart Sutra's Oral Transmission, Teachings/Commentary by Geshe Thubten Jinpa and Geshe Losang Jinpa

10am-12pm - 2-4pm

EPCC Rio Grande Campus Little Temple, 906 N El Paso St.

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06/22/2019

Heart Sutra's Oral Transmission, Teachings/Commentary by Geshe Thubten Jinpa and Geshe Losang Jinpa

As known as The Twenty-Five Verses on the Perfection of Wisdom — the most popular sutra of the prajñaparamita collection and indeed of the mahayana as a whole. Although the sutra primarily consists of a dialogue between Shariputra and the great bodhisattva Avalokiteshvara, their words are inspired by the blessings of the Buddha, who remains absorbed in samadhi meditation until the end of the discussion. As with all the prajñaparamita sutras, the teaching took place at Vulture's Peak near Rajagriha.


Admission is Free 

Suggested Donation: $10 per session (the proceeds will go to the Rolwaling Monastery School in Nepal)  

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10am-12pm - 2-4pm

EPCC Rio Grande Campus Little Temple, 906 N El Paso St.

06/23/2019

The Inseparability of Emptiness and Compassion by Geshe Thubten Jinpa and Geshe Losang Jinpa

10am - 12pm

EPCC Rio Grande Campus Little Temple, 906 N El Paso St.

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06/23/2019

The Inseparability of Emptiness and Compassion by Geshe Thubten Jinpa and Geshe Losang Jinpa

Compassion is the beneficial thought that moves you to help other sentient beings. It arises when you see their misery and pain, and you feel from the depth of your heart that you want to remove that suffering.
Compassion can be divided into three types. The first is compassion that focuses on sentient beings, the second is compassion that focuses on ignorance, and the third is compassion without any focus.

 

Admission is Free 

Suggested Donation: $10 (the proceeds will go to the Rolwaling Monastery School in Nepal) 

10am - 12pm

EPCC Rio Grande Campus Little Temple, 906 N El Paso St.