News roundup June 2, 2019
A chance to catch up on some of the other news stories from recent days
STOCKHOLM | NEW YORK | GRAND CANYON | MALAGA | COPENHAGEN | HONG KONG
News from KMC Stockholm
'Yesterday we received the keys to the property we will convert into our new City Temple in the Upplandsgatan area of Stockholm.
'Previously a restaurant, we celebrated immediately with an Offering to the Spiritual Guide puja.
'Thank you Venerable Geshe-la for making this possible, And thank you too to NKT and all the members of the center.'
News from KMC New York
Recently Kadam Kyle Davis, Resident Teacher at KMC Boston, guided a Blue Sky Mind retreat at KMC New York.
One of the guests was a journalist writing for Forbes Magazine. Back at work on Monday, she spontaneously decided to write an article in Forbes, about her experience during the retreat.
Her insights are quite special as she genuinely had a great time at the Temple!
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News from IKRC Grand Canyon
Over Memorial Day Weekend nearly 60 people from KMC Phoenix and KMC Arizona held their annual away retreat at IKRC Grand Canyon.
They were joined by people from KMC Texas and KMC Hollywood.
This year's retreat was on the profound Mahamudra teachings on the clarity of mind, and everyone enjoyed profound and inspiring meditations guided by Kadam Michelle and Gen Lingpur.
News from KMC Spain
KMC Spain just hosted the post-Festival retreat led by Guen Sangden, Resident Teacher at KMC Mexico, which ended with a day of complete silence.
Over 70 people joined the 3-day retreat, enjoying the peace of KMC Spain and the warmth of Andalusia.
News from KMC Copenhagen
'A full house last Thursday for a talk by Kadam Morten Clausen - our guest Teacher visiting from KMC New York City on his way to lead the post-Festival retreat at KMC France.
'Following Venerable Geshe Kesang Gyatso Rinpoche's book How to Transform Your Life, Kadam Morten explained how authentic self-esteem is identifying with our pure potential, our Buddha nature.'
More news from KMC New York
'Over Memorial Day weekend people enjoyed a 24-hour Tara retreat on Friday and Saturday.
'On Sunday, our branch Teacher Evelyn Williams taught Prayers for World Peace, while the kids enjoyed a meditative walk along the stunning nature trails.'
News from KMC Hong Kong
'Today the students at KMC Hong Kong enjoyed a workshop entitled, 'Becoming a Completely Pure Being'.
'The Teacher Dianna shared with us the essence of the teachings on karma and the Vajrasattva purification practice she received from Gen-la Khyenrab at the Spring Festival.
'A heartfelt thanks to Dianna for providing such a clear explanation to prepare us for the Vajrasattva retreat starting tomorrow!'