Meditation and Buddhism in Portland
Open for Limited in Person Attendance
We are allowing 6 people into our Sunday Morning Drop-in class and study program classes. If you are wanting to come in person it is necessary to email the center firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your spot. If we already have 6 people coming we will encourage you to join us via zoom through using our live streaming instructions.
Click link below for Live Streaming
Classes if you live in Oregon, Hawaii or Vancouver, WA
You can join us for our Sunday morning and/or Monday morning meditation classes through live streaming!
Our Sunday morning meditation classes will be from 10:30-12:00 every Sunday. This will be taught by our
Resident Teacher Kadam Heather.
You can also join us every Monday morning from 10:30-12:00 for a lived streamed meditation class with
Buddhist Teacher, James Jacoby.
For info on how to do this please click here:
Everyone welcome! Meditation classes are offered on Sunday mornings, Tuesday and Thursday evenings. These classes are suitable for all individuals whatever their level of interest, from those who seek simple relaxation to those who wish to ﬁnd lasting inner peace (what to expect at a class). We offer Buddha’s timeless teachings in a simple, practical way to help solve daily problems and create the real peace and happiness we all long for.
Mahasiddha Kadampa Buddhist Center has arisen from the pure intention and vision of Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso, the Founder of the New Kadampa Tradition – International Kadampa Buddhist Union, and is dedicated to the happiness and freedom from suffering of every living being. Weʼve been in Portland since 1997 offering activities such as drop-in meditation classes, day courses, retreats, and chanted prayers for the Buddhist and non-Buddhist alike.
Check our current calendar for a full listing of all the events at Mahasiddha.
DIGITAL DHARMA RESOURCES
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Geshe Kelsang Gyatso