Wednesday, November 14, 2012

This Saturday
November 17th
Volunteer and Donation Effort
Arrive at Three Jewels

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Friday, November 9, 2012


Saturday November 10  3pm
Sunday November 11 7pm
Monday November 12 7pm

***$10 Saturday and Sunday/ $15 Monday for all 8 plays

Thursday, August 30, 2012

                                                   Thursday September 6
                                      7:00pm to 9:00pm
              Class and Discussion with Ani Thupten Chundrun

Monday, May 28, 2012



"How To Stay Happy  - No Matter What"

Please Arrive Early, Seating is Limited

With fearless candor and disarming humor, Lama Marut
offers the key to creating and sustaining happiness in a modern age.
By Lama Marut

Available now online and the Three Jewels Teaching on June 14th

Saturday, May 12, 2012

Asian Classics Institute Course 4: Proof of Future Lives
Begins Thursday May 16th
7:30pm to 9:30pm
12 Weeks

Donations Appreciated.

We share this world with billions of other humans, animals and insects. Every single creature is having a different experience of the same time and place. What is a valid perception then? What lies beyond individual experience? What makes us Human?

Topics include: valid Perception, beyond direct perception, developing great compassion, the nature of omniscience, the material cause of the mind, proofs of the mind's source, proofs for the existence of past and future lives, and how desire leads to rebirth.

Hector Marcel is a Change management consultant helping executives drive transformational change in their organizations through an emphasis on culture, people and service. He applies ancient Buddhist teachings to his consulting work around the globe. Hector has been a student of Geshe Michael Roach & Tibetan Buddhist philosophy since 1995.

Friday, May 4, 2012

Embracing Difficulty to Cultivate Your Mind
Dharma Salon Mini Classes
with Chelsea Bailey


Mahamudra: The Emptiness of Feelings
Lojong: Transforming Struggle into Practice
Lhaksam: Personal Responsibility and Your World
Broken Open Heart: Bodhichitta of Being Undone


Monday, April 23, 2012

Jarret is previewing his upcoming CD
a the Three Jewels At 5:30pm.  Stop by
for this beautiful celebration with Jarret before
Venerable Jinpa's teaching at 7:00
Hosted by Rachel Josephs
@an evening of music, friends, and sweetness with Jarret Levine

Saturday April 28th 5:30 - 7:00pm
The Three Jewels
61 Fourth Avenue, Third Floor
NewYork City

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Sunday, April 22, 2012

Geshe Michael Roach
Phoenix Teachings
June 8 - 17th
New Visions Center
Phoenix, Arizona
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Monday, April 9, 2012

Developing the Good Heart Benefiting All: The 37 Practices of the Bodhisattva

Saturday, April 14, 5:30 pm

Thirty-Seven Practices of the Bodhisattvas is an important lojong text by Gyalsé Tokmé Zangpo written in 14th-century Tibet. In thirty-seven verses, it gives instructions on how to follow the bodhisattva way of life of compassion, of finding and maintaining the good heart benefiting others. Tibetan masters have said that the Eight Verses of Training the Mind represents the short version of lojong, the Thirty-Seven Practices is the medium, and the Bodhicharyavatara is the extensive version.

It is said that Tokmé Zangpo was able fully to take upon himself the suffering of others and to give them his well-being, and without any expectation as to the result. He met buddhas and deities such as Avalokiteshvara and Tara face to face. He taught many of the greatest teachers of his time in Central Tibet. He passed away at the age of 74 amidst wondrous signs of realization.

We hope that you'll be able to attend this wonderful class and meet our honored guest Geshe Tashi Dorje from Seramey monastery.

Donations Appreciated!

Sunday, March 4, 2012

Nirvana Immersion

with Geshe Michael Roach

March 6-8 at Pure Yoga East, NY



Saturday, February 18, 2012

The Eight Limbs of Yoga
Ruth Lauer Manenti
Sunday February 26th

A lecture on the Eight Limbs of Master Patanjali's ashtanga system which begins with not hurting others and ends with one-ness. This lecture will include singing some of the sutras as well as a short meditation. Dedicated to Lama Christie and all of the Diamond Mountain retreatants.
Suggested donation $25.00

Wednesday, February 1, 2012

ACI X: A Guide to the Bodhisattva's Way of Life, Part I, Tuesdays at 7pm, Beginning Feb 7




{ PART 1 }

How do we deal with all the suffering in the world? And how do we behave in a loving and compassionate way to those around us when our mind is upset and afflicted? Through love, caring and compassion-this is the training of a Bodhisattva. This course is the first in a three part series based upon A Guide to the Bodhisattva's Way of Life (Bodhisattvacharya Avatara) by Master Shantideva (700 AD), and this classic ancient work is considered the best book ever written to learn to live as a bodhisattva.

We will cover the benefits of being a bodhisattva, how to collect the causes to develop true loving compassion, development of the recollection and the watchfulness required to think and act like a bodhisattva, and removing existing obstacles that prevent our attainment of true bodhichitta. In part one of The Guide, we explore the six perfections as the basis for living as a bodhisattva and especially the perfection of giving and the perfection of an ethical way of life.

John Stilwell is a former director of the Asian Classics Institute (ACI), Godstow Retreat Center, and was General Manger of Land of Medicine Buddha. He is an executive and father who began teaching yoga 20 years ago, and has taught Buddhist sutra and tantra in the tradition of Je Tsongkapa for 15 years with a contemporary perspective highly relevant to daily life. John received transmission of the 18 Courses from Arya Sumati Dharmadhara, Geshe Michael Roach.

Live broadcast via ustream: 7:00pm EST

Tuesday, January 31, 2012

The Two Truths and Inter-Subjectivity
Sunday February 5th - 1:00pm
An Open Teaching with Kimberley Theresa
A Sarva Yoga Academy Public Event
Suggested Donation $20
Please arrive by 12:45 - space is limited

Monday, January 30, 2012

ACI III: Applied Meditation, Thursdays 7:30 - 9:30pm, Begins Feb 2, 2012

Asian Classics Institute Course 3: Applied Meditation

Your mind filters & interprets every experience, literally creating your very reality from birth to death. Find the source of your world. Learn to Meditate.

This Course is a must for anyone who wishes to practice meditation effectively. Topics include: the different types of meditation, best conditions for meditation, parts of a meditation, preliminaries, posture, objects to focus the mind upon, the 5 problems, 8 corrections, and 9 states leading to the attainment of deep meditative concentration. Based on The Stages of Meditation (Bhavana Krama) by Master Kamalashila (750 AD), and presentations by Je Tsongkapa and Pabongka Rinpoche.

Hector Marcel is a Change management consultant helping executives drive transformational change in their organizations through an emphasis on culture, people and service. He applies ancient Buddhist teachings to his consulting work around the globe. Hector has been a student of Geshe Michael Roach & Tibetan Buddhist philosophy since 1995.

Thursday, January 26, 2012

Friday November 27th
5:30pm to 7:00pm
Taught by Venerable Nyingpo
at The Three Jewels

Clear Thinking is the art of figuring out logically how to get what we want. There are techniques that you can learn to prove to yourself how you can effectively bring about the results you're after guaranteed, every time.

To learn these techniques we're going to use a book by Kedrup Je, one of the main disciples of Je Tsongkapa. He wrote a wonderful book on logic called Clearing the Darkness from Your Mind. So that's what we're going to do: clear away our misconceptions so we can think clearly and make choices that will bring us everything we can dream of and more.

Tuesday, January 10, 2012

The Three Jewels presents
Surrendering Ourselves to find Ourselves
Secrets of the Ancient Tibetan Practice of Chod, Part II
with Geshe Michael Roach

January 28-29 2-4pm
at Asher Levy School
185 1st Avenue @ 11th Street
Suggested donation $30.00 for one day/$50 for two days
to benefit The Three Jewels New York City
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