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October 22, 2020

6 pm - 7:30 pm


"Mindful Self Compassion in Difficult Times" 

w/Venerable Amy Miller

Presented by Milarepa Center &

Kellogg-Hubbard Library

Zoom Event


​The challenges we are currently facing can be overwhelming and disorienting. The fear and discomfort of "social distancing" or being isolated with others for too long can be quite unnerving as we all adjust to what the new "normal" looks and feels like. This is the perfect moment to lean into the suffering (even when our instinctual tendencies tell us to run) to gain a broader, healthier perspective. 

By incorporating practices of mindfulness and self-compassion, this evening explores a path for moving through these experiences to a deeper and more positive transformation overall.


This talk will be offered via Zoom. To register click here: 

November 7, 2020

7pm EST via Zoom

Lhabab Duchen

Lhabab Duchen celebrates Guru Shakyamuni Buddha’s return to Earth from the God Realm of the Thirty-Three after teaching Dharma for several months to the gods, including his mother, Mayadevi, who had died a week after Buddha’s birth and been reborn there.


As a merit multiplying day, the karmic results of actions done on this day are multiplied 100 million times. This amazing result is sourced by Lama Zopa Rinpoche to the vinaya text Treasure of Quotations and Logic.

Join us at 7pm EST on zoom for practices. Click photo to register.  


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Milarepa Center

1344 U.S. Route 5 South

Barnet, Vermont 05821

(802) 633-4136