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How to Harvest Seeds from Bolted Lettuce

Buddhist Relief News, Gardening Education|

How to Harvest Seeds from Bolted Lettuce Bolted lettuce? Collect the seeds! This video will show you how to identify when lettuce has “bolted” or gone to seed, and when to harvest the seeds. Note: Collecting seeds from hybrid plants will produce one of the parent plants. Collecting heritage seeds

Plaque Honors Eleanor & Woody Rowe

Sedona Amitabha Stupa News|

Plaque Honors Eleanor & Woody Rowe H.E. Jetsunma Ahkon Lhamo Rinpoche began teaching students after an invitation offered almost 40 years ago by Eleanor & Woody Rowe to come stay with them and teach what H.H. Penor Rinpoche later called, “pure Mahayana Buddhism”. Since that time, Eleanor and Woody have continued

BethesdaBeat – Buddhist Temple in Poolesville Unveils New Statue

Press Releases & Articles|

BethesdaBeat - Buddhist Temple in Poolesville Unveils New Statue 2022 | NEWS Buddhist temple in Poolesville unveils new statue Dozens attend consecration ceremony for statue of Guru Rinpoche BY CHRISTINE ZHU |JUNE 15, 2022 | 1:35 PM Bethesda Magazine Dozens gathered on the grounds of Kunzang Palyul Choling, a Buddhist temple in

Press Release – Guru Rinpoche Consecration, 6-14-22

Press Releases & Articles|

Press Release - Guru Rinpoche Statue Consecration Ceremony, 6-14-22 For Release: June 14, 2022 Contact: Shelley Sims,, 928-300-9917   Consecration of Buddhist Statue to Pacify War, near Washington D.C. In the Washington, DC region, there are hundreds of monuments to famous generals, historic battles and the glory of war. Soon

Buddhist Relief News

Buddhist Relief News, Gardening Education, KPC E-Newsletter|

News from Buddhist Relief - Local and International Food Garden Spring is a dynamic time for gardening - and a great opportunity to share our gardening knowledge One of the missions of KPC's garden project is to educate others so they can grow their own food. To that end Claire

Amitabha Stupa Platform Replacement

KPC E-Newsletter, Sedona Amitabha Stupa News|

Amitabha Stupa Platform If you have visited the Amitabha Stupa and Peace Park in Sedona to meditate, pray or to experience peace and calm, chances are you have enjoyed sitting under the shade of the meditation platform which is directly in front of the Stupa. The current wooden platform was built

They Still Need us – Help for Ukraine

Buddhist Relief News, KPC E-Newsletter|

They Still Need Us - Help for Ukraine “So it’s more and more difficult in Ukraine. There’s not enough food. It’s hard to get to it. So hard. I don’t even know how to ask you for more. You’ve given so much, and I’m so proud of all of you that

The Palyul Lineage And The Kapala

Lineage and History, More About Buddhism|

The Palyul Lineage and the Kapala Khenpo Pem highlights the history of this precious Palyul Lineage and Jetsunma's Kapala from the 1600’s to the present day. Whether or not you are familiar with KPC’s connection to the Palyul Lineage, this will be an introduction through the story of the Kapala,

United Sikhs Ukraine Relief Mission

Buddhist Relief News, KPC E-Newsletter|

United Sikhs Ukraine Relief Mission Thanks to your generosity, Kunzang Palyul Choling, under the guidance of Her Eminence Jetsunma Ahkön Lhamo, has been able to send urgently needed aid to groups on the ground in the Ukraine. KPC was also able to provide urgently needed funds to the United Sikhs


Deities and Practices|

Tara is considered to be the mother of all the Buddhas, beloved for her swift compassionate activity that focuses on liberating beings from fear, anxiety, and danger. As a Bodhisattva, (and perhaps ahead of her time as a feminist) she made the vow that she would always return in female form to benefit sentient beings.

Recommended Tibetan Buddhist Books

More About Buddhism|

Recommended Tibetan Buddhist Books These are enjoyable books we recommend about Tibetan Buddhism. They are written by recognized authentic teachers and are easily understandable even without Buddhist teaching. General Chagdud Tulku – Gates to Buddhist Practice Chokyi Nyima Rinpoche – Sadness, Love, Openness The Buddhist Path of Joy

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