The Bodhisattva Institute
A Kagyu Dharma Center 
Founded by H.E. Kalu Rinpoche,
Directed by Venerable Lama Lodu Rinpoche


714 N Desert Avenue
Tucson, AZ 85711 

520-325-2272

The Bodhisattva Institute is pleased to announce that Khenpo Lobzang Tenzin will be our guest April 8 thru the 13th and will give teachings each day. Exact times and topics will be announced as they become available. We are very fortunate that Khenpo will be here to give us teachings on the precious dharma.
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Lama Lodu Rinpoche, Spiritual Director of the Bodhisattva Institute

Dharma Study Group: Thursdays at 7:00.
Resuming February 19th. Please see the Activities Page for a description of the text to be studied.

Green Tara Puja:
Tuesday and Friday mornings at 6:00-7:35 a.m. in the shrine room.  

Sundays at 10:00 am: Chenrezig Practice

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For more information please contact:
Peter Schlee  520-603-0547 or 
email: contact@bodhisattvainstitute.org
or to leave a message at the BI, call: 520-325-2272

Books for Study:

The Torch of Certainty

by Jamgon Kongtrul


The Great Path of Awakening

by Jamgon Kongtrul

Watch Lama Lodo's Message to youth:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SO07X1y3q2U






Chenrezig Practice
Sundays 10:00- 11:00am 
in the Shrine Room
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Beginners and seasoned practitioners are all welcome.  The Chenrezig sadhana is easy to practice, but profound, and has the potential to lead us to Buddhahood.

"May you, Chenrezig, hold all beings fast in your enlightened compassion until all sentient beings have established themselves in the state of Buddhahood."

Green Tara Practice

Tuesday and Friday mornings
6:00-7:35 a.m.

Green Tara is perceived as

giving powerful help to remove obstacles. These obstacles may be external or within our own mind - anything that causes us suffering or prevents us from being happy. People pray to Tara for help with worldly problems as well as for help with progress along the spiritual path. Images portray her as quick and fearless in her activity, for example, her outstretched right leg shows her readiness to spring into action whenever she is needed and she is often described as youthful, playful and dynamic. Green Tara is particularly associated with the quality of fearlessness and her special role lies in helping beings to overcome all kinds of fear and the suffering associated with fear.

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