palbarling-logo
View all posts in the

Archives

January 14, 2022
Hundreds of hungry people fed on Skid Row

By Lisa Kogan- On Sunday January 9th, under the guidance of Venerable Xianzhong, PLC volunteers set out for the journey to Skid Row in Los Angeles. Cars and vans were […]

Read More
January 11, 2022
Happy New Year 2022

Palbarling Center would like to wish you a happy new year in 2022. We've created this video to show you our work made possible by you. In the video you […]

Read More
December 22, 2021
Making Friends with Our World – HH 17th Karmapa Teaches on Mind Training

His Holiness began by extending his greetings to all who had come, particularly to the Capitol Area Buddhist Association and Tibetan community members in the DC area who had organized […]

Read More
December 22, 2021
The Eight Mahayana Precepts

1. Abandoning the taking of life. 2. Abandoning taking that which is not given. 3. Abandoning the sexual act. 4. Abandoning lies. 5. Abandoning intoxicants. 6. Abandoning large and high […]

Read More
December 22, 2021
The 37 Practices of a Bodhisattva

I pay homage through my three doors,To my supreme teacher and protector, Chenrezig,Who while seeing all phenomena lack coming and going,Makes single-minded effort for the good of living beings. Perfect […]

Read More
December 21, 2021
The Eight Verses on the Training of the Mind.

With a determination to accomplishThe highest welfare for all sentient beingsWho surpass even a wish-granting jewelI will learn to hold them supremely dear. Whenever I associate with others I will […]

Read More
December 21, 2021
The Five Precepts

THE FIRST PRECEPTAware of the suffering caused by the destruction of live, I vow to cultivate compassion and learn ways to protect the lives of people, animals, plants, and minerals. […]

Read More
December 21, 2021
Preparation for a long strenuous journey of meditation.

First adjust your diet-- -it is best to be a vegan if you can and do not eat so much each meal, just 70-80% full. Dinner should be light --- […]

Read More
December 21, 2021
Happy Birthday to Venerable Xianzhong

“No one can help everyone, but everyone can help someone” is one of Venerable’s favorite sayings, but I truly believe he is one his way to helping everyone! When I […]

Read More
December 21, 2021
Eight Auspicious Stupas

1. Lotus Blossom Stupa The Lotus Blossom Stupa symbolizes the birth of Siddhartha, the man who would later be known as the Buddha. He was born in the Lumbini park […]

Read More
December 10, 2021
Hello world!

Welcome to WordPress. This is your first post. Edit or delete it, then start writing!

Read More
GIVE TODAY

Our Mission

Our main mission is to teach Buddhism and meditation in the community and correctional facilities by practicing engaged Buddhism. 
The Palbar Ling Center is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit org
DONATE
Design by atomic
zh_TW繁體中文
linkedin facebook pinterest youtube rss twitter instagram facebook-blank rss-blank linkedin-blank pinterest youtube twitter instagram