Lama Karma Teaching and Virtual Sangha Events

Dear Dharma Friends,

We are happy to announce that Lama Karma Drodhul will be joining us on April 20 to continue his teaching on Selfliberation. We will continue with our regular Chenrezig practice (Tibetan and English), Debra Ann’s meditation class, the study of 37 Practices of a Bodhisattva.

Hope to see you all virtually,
Karmapa Chenno!
Your Dharma Family at Santa Monica KTC
April 6
6:00 – 7:30 PM 
Chenrezig Tibetan and English
April 13
6:00 – 7:30 PM 
Debra Ann Robinson Meditation instructions 
April 20
6:00 – 7:30 PM 
Lama Karma Drodhul Selfliberation
ZOOM credentials for our regular sessions will remain the same:

Join Zoom Meeting

Or to call from your phone (any phone works, no smartphone needed):
+1 669 900 6833 
Meeting ID: 872 0469 4084
SM KTC YouTube Channel with previous events
Inspirational Quote:
The most essential point of the meditation posture is to keep the back straight, like “an arrow” or “a pile of golden coins.” The “inner energy,” or prana, will then flow easily through the subtle channels of the body, and your mind will find its true state of rest. Don’t force anything. The lower part of the spine has a natural curve; it should be relaxed but upright. Your head should be balanced comfortably on your neck. It is your shoulders and the upper part of your torso that carry the strength and grace of the posture, and they should be held in strong poise, but without any tension.

Sit with your legs crossed. You do not have to sit in the “full-lotus” posture, which is emphasized more in advanced yoga practice. The crossed legs express the unity of life and death, good and bad, skillful means and wisdom, masculine and feminine principles, samsara and nirvana, and the humor of nonduality. Rest your hands comfortably covering your knees. This is called the “mind in comfort and ease” posture. If you prefer to sit on a chair, keep your legs relaxed, and be sure always to keep your back straight.
Rigpa Glimpse of the Day

Teaching Link:
Mingyur Rinpoche: Understanding the Monkey Mind
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