Every Sunday from ten to one the Medicine Buddha Sangha meets at Susquehanna Yoga and Meditation Center, 12-A Aylesbury Road, Timonium 21093, to teach the fundamentals of Tibetan Buddhist meditation. The weekly sessions are led by our senior practitioners. We also receive the teachings of our Tibetan teacher, Lama Gursam of the Bodhicitta Foundation, and other Tibetan lamas who visit the Baltimore area.
Practitioners of all levels are welcome. Please wear comfortable, respectful, casual clothes. We sit on floor cushions or chairs provided at the center, and we open and close our meditation session by reciting short prayers and mantras from our prayer book.
Buddhism is a philosophic system taught by Sakyamuni Buddha, born Siddhartha Gautama, about 2,500 years ago in India. The teachings emphasize moral responsibility, loving kindness and compassion, and developing wisdom through the practice of meditation. The teachings of the Buddha do not interfere with other religious commitments you may have.
The Medicine Buddha Sangha is affiliated with the Bodhicitta Foundation, Cambridge, Massachusetts and the Tibetan Meditation Center, Frederick, Maryland.
If you want a personal copy of the prayer book we use every Sunday, it can be downloaded from Lama Gursam's website. It also has instructions on how to print it. There is no need to make a copy for the Sunday meditation.
We will perform Buddhist prayers for the dying on request. Please call 410-653-6638 for more information.
Ani Tsultrim, an American Buddhist nun, will give a talk on Sunday, November 11th about how to use our daily prayers as a meditation practice.
Drupon Thinley Ningpo will teach at Paula and Lance Bergerson's residence on Wedenesday and Thursday evening, November 28th and 29th from 7 to 9 PM. Their address is 302 Sophia Court, Pikesville MD 21208.
Our regularSunday schedule is:
- 10‐11 AM Quiet Mindfulness Meditation — Brief instructions will be given if requested. Q&A at the end of the session. Both beginning and advanced practitioners are welcome.
- 11:15‐12 PM Tibetan Dharma Practice — The practice includes visualization and mantra recitation.