Losar is the Tibetan word for New Year and occurs on the first day of the first lunar month of the year. It’s an important day for Tibetan Buddhists, and during this time, offering practices are done to express gratitude to the local spirits and Dharma protectors. The celebrations of Losar continue for the first two weeks of the new year, and during this time 2,500 years ago, the Buddha displayed a new miracle each day to strengthen the devotion of his future disciples.Read more
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Each month there are days set aside in the Tibetan calendar which are auspicious for specific practices. It's very helpful for Milarepa Center and its community to do these practices whenever possible. We invite you to join us for the various rituals or pujas we have scheduled.Details
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It is entirely due to your kindness that our Center flourishes. Here’s a glimpse of our new altar, the latest addition to Milarepa’s development. Thank you all for your heartfelt generosity and kind service.
Offering service is a wonderful way to create the cause for your spiritual practice to flourish. Milarepa Center has many opportunities for you to get involved and many can be done from your home.