Samantabhadra Chanting Prayer in Atlanta



Next Practice is:
Full Moon June 7th at 7:00

We will do Samantabhadra chanting in English . Bring some food to share.
Everyone is invited.

You can bring cookies, fruit, candles, incense, whatever you might want to offer.

We offer these and then dedicate our merit for all the have success and that our Dharma Center and teachers can flourish.

And don’t forget that we have study Group Feb 20…start typing your notes !

Samantabhadra chanting practice is open to all, including non-Buddhist. This is a practice that helps clear away any obstructions to your meditation practice.

When: On the Tibetan full and new moon.

Location: Dorje Ling Buddhist Center, 3253 Shallowford Road, Atlanta, GA 30341 map

We look forward to seeing you here.

Prayers for Peace and Prosperity

Sunday, November 16 , 2008 at 2 pm
Oglethorpe University Museum of Art



Tibetan chants offered by Khenpo Choejor In conjunction with Shower of Jewels show from the Rubin Museum

Tibetan Lama Khenpo Choejor shall lead a special service to ask for universal peace, as well as to offer prayers for families who face hardship including healing our lives of economic problems.

Oglethorpe Museum curator Lloyd Nick has generously opened his doors for this special service which includes an entire room of thangkas, some 500 years old, that evoke the Wealth Deities and Protectors.

All of these thangkas have been blessed by many generations before us, and they still hold the vibrations of the many prayers from those that have come before us.

Khenpo Choejor, resident teacher at Dorje Ling Center in Atlanta, is known and loved for his kindness, gentleness and wisdom.

In Tibetan tradition, an offering is given not only to thank the Lama, but also to earn merit and success in one’s prayers. All of the offerings will go to Khenpo Choejor as well as to Lama Tukpo, who is supporting his nun-sister in Tibet who requires spinal surgery.

Please join us in this rare sacred environment that unites the vibrations of sacred chants with the unique powerful presence of the thangkas.

As we depend on word of mouth for advertisement, please invite all your friends. Everyone is welcome.

For directions
Oglethorpe University Museum of Art
(404) 364-8555

Wealth Deities at Oglethorpe University Museum of Art

Sunday, Oct. 12 – Sunday, Dec. 7, 2008
Museum Hours: Tuesday – Sunday, Noon to 5:00 p.m.
Closed Thanksgiving Weekend, Nov. 26 -30, 2008
Reception: Saturday, Oct. 18, 2008, 5 p.m. – 8 p.m.

Diety Ganapati

Diety Ganapati

A Shower of Jewels: Wealth Deities from
the Rubin Museum of Art

presents the five most prominent figures within the vivid pantheon of Buddhist deities devoted to protecting and providing wealth.

Paintings of these deities are filled with imagery that reinforces and reflects their wealth-granting power, including cultural and religious symbols of affluence, auspiciousness and abundance.

In the Himalayan tradition of Tantric Buddhism, there is a class of deities dedicated to granting and guarding wealth. This divine category appears contradictory, coming from a belief system that is identified with nonattachment to material well-being.

Nonetheless, it is justified by the belief that wealth can provide freedom from the cares of human life that divert us from finding a path to liberation from suffering.

In the hands of one who seeks enlightenment, wealth may become an instrument of compassion and a means to achieve spiritual goals.

Free admission for members, OU community and children under 12
$5 for non-members, students and senior citizens
Guided tours are available Sundays at 2:00 p.m.
Free and ample parking is available.

For more information please call 404.364.8555.

Teaching Schedule

Classes for the next 2 months on Fridays at 8:00pm,
will be on general buddhist teachings and topics of interest. These teachings are open to the public, and anyone is welcome to attend.  If you know of someone who is interested in learning more about buddhism, please feel free to extend an invitation to them.  This is an opportunity to extend ourselves and our center to others.

Should you have any questions, please contact our senior member, Lori at 770-270-0927.

Dorje Ling Buddhist Center

Teaching update

This Friday evening, October 3rd, Kempho Choejor will be giving
our once a month scheduled teaching on completion stage kalachakra.
This teaching is limited to practioners who have received a completion
stage tantric yoga empowerment.  We will be resuming our general
teachings which are open to everyone again the following friday.

Should you have any questions, please contact Lori Kuster at

Dorje Ling Buddhist Center
3253 Shallowford Road, N.E.
Chamblee, GA  30341

Teaching Retreat this weekend

Our Resident teacher, Khenpo Chujor, has offered to give us teachings with the help Tenzin, our translator. Khenpo has both both kind humor and wisdom and being with him is a special blessing!

The schedule is still being created but I wanted to make sure you had notice and also ask your help in inviting others to come and share.

The Teachings:

Tara is a female Buddha who protects us from the 8 fears.

The 37 Practices of a Bodhisattva are ways we can use our everyday life experiences to help develop both wisdom and compassion, and be of service to others.

Saturday June 27
10-12am Green Tara
2-4pm Green Tara
7-9pm 37 Practices of a Bodhisattva

Sunday June 28
7-9am Meditation for Beginers
10-12am 37 Practices of a Bodhisattva
2-4pm 37 Practices of a Bodhisattva
7-9pm 37 Practices of a Bodhisattva

FREE ( or whatever you can donate*):
These teachings are being offered through the generosity of gifts as well as the kindness of our teacher. Please, take advantage of this chance to come and experience these teachings. We appreciate any donations, but mostly, we want to make these open to all.

* Giving to support the teachings helps earn merit , in the traditional Tibetan custom.

If you need more information feel free to email me:
or call me 770-476-1725, if I can give more information.

Also we will be giving more details so please email your address if you’d like to be on our email list.

We look forward to having your come to our center and want to make you welcome.


Teresa Texeira

Please call about the Kalachakra teachings.
These dates can change and will keep them updated, but
be flexible and contact the center for updates.
and there maybe an open house.

Kempo Starts a new Teaching

Khenpo Choejor Gaymtso starts a new teaching on Dzogchen. Teachings are Friday night, from 7:30pm to about 9:30pm.

New Teaching Starting …

Our resident teacher, Khenpo Choejor Gaymtso will resume his teaching series at Dorje Ling this coming Friday Night October 26th, from 7 PM to 9 PM.

In this Fall series Khenpo will teach from a text written by Khenpo Lodro Drakpo (one of Khenpo’s teachers teachers). The text is essentially a commentary on Dolpopa’s “Ocean of Definitive Meaning”. The first teaching in this series will be on the two truths.

Our translator will be Dr. Douglas Duckworth. Douglas has a PhD in Buddhist studies from the University of Virginia. He is also a Jonang practitioner and is currently a visiting Assistant Professor at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.

Should you have any questions or need information regarding these
classes, please contact
Lori Kuster at 770-270-0927, or
Catharine Foley at 770-979-0005.

Blessings in The Dharma.
Dorje Ling Buddhist Center