The Calgary Buddhist Temple Sangha Engagement is actively involved in hosting workshops, presentations, and events to promote social interaction, learning, and sharing. “Sangha Engagement” is pleased to provide virtual, online workshops on a variety of topics to keep people engaged and build a sense of “community” or Sangha.
There is no fee to attend but donations to the temple are appreciated. Register and support the continued coordination of these online workshops.
|Quieting the Inner Critic
|Thursday, May 13th, 2021 at 7pm MST
Presented by Centrivity
|Learn to quiet the voices of self doubt so you can bring more joy and satisfaction to your life. This 90 minute introductory session will open your awareness to the inner thoughts and dialogue that are limiting your ability to live life to its fullest.
You will learn
|Introduction to Naikan
|Day 1: Wednesday, June 9th, 2021 at 7pm MST
Day 2: Wednesday, June 30th, 2021 at 7pm MST
Presented by Rev Robert Gubenco
|The Calgary Buddhist Temple will be holding this Introduction to Naikan as a means for self-reflection led by our Rev. Robert Gubenco. Day 2 is a follow-up.The Japanese word nai means inner or inside and the word kan means looking. When these two words are combined Naikan translates as inside looking which refers to looking within as a means of self-reflection. Naikan uses three simple yet structured questions for the purpose of self-reflection. The questions are designed to remove one’s personal feelings and to bring one’s attention or awareness to the reality of the give and take connection that exists in relationships.
If you have an interest in understanding oneself and relationships, please join us!
|The Hidden Messages in Water
|Sunday, Aug 29th, 2021 at 1pm MST
Presented by Rev Tanis Moore of the Manitoba Buddhist Temple
|The Calgary Buddhist Temple Sangha Engagement is honored to have Sensei Tanis Moore, of the Manitoba Buddhist Temple, present a thought-provoking workshop on Sunday, August 29 @ 1pm MST. This workshop will look at Dr. Masaru Emoto’s research, photos, relationship with Buddhist thought, and the rice experiment, which shows the truth of his message.|
*If you would be interested in sharing your background, knowledge or skill with the Temple Sangha, please email CalgaryTempleSangha@gmail.com. Topics vary and the group interests are diverse so please consider volunteering!
Remember to “Mask your face, don’t mask your heart”!