Where Is Your Spiritual Partner?
Two rare talks by renowned spiritual teachers, Geshe Michael Roach and Lama Christie McNally, followed by Los Angeles Book Release Party. BOTH TALKS ARE FREE.
DATE: Feb 20th & 21st 2009
LOCATION: Holy Nativity Episcopal Church, 6700 West 83rd. Street, Los Angeles, 90045
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Tibetan Buddhist monk, Geshe Michael Roach, and Lama Christie McNally
as they explore techniques from ancient spiritual texts on how to make
love work in the 21st century. We all hope for loving and lasting
relationships. But often the methods to create sustainable and blissful
partnerships elude us. So how do we make our relationships
extraordinary? Learn how to find the perfect partner for you and gain
the wisdom that can carry you both to the highest levels of happiness.
The spiritual partner teachings draw on thousand-year old sources from
India and Tibet and the New Testament.
Lama Christie McNally is
a translator and professor of ancient sacred texts at Diamond Mountain
University. She has published the popular Essential Yoga Sutra with
Doubleday/Random House, and in 2003 became one of the first Americans
to complete the traditional Tibetan 3-year silent retreat.
Michael Roach is the first American Tibetan Buddhist monk to be awarded
the title of Geshe (equivalent to a PhD), after more than 20 years of
study in Tibetan Buddhist monasteries. He is the author of the
international best-selling book on managing your life and your
business, The Diamond Cutter.
The second teaching on Saturday February 21st will conclude with a party to
celebrate the book’s release. The entire sticker price of the book goes
to support the Temple and its monks, in order to maintain this historic
legacy for the benefit of future generations of spiritual seekers.
These teachings are jointly hosted
by the Asian Classics Institute of LA (Mahasukha Center, 6512 Arizona Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90045, ACI-LA.ORG) and the Holy
Nativity Episcopal Church, in a spirit of shared wisdom between all
faiths of the world.