Updated: Feb 22, 2022
The Dharma Center San Diego of Trikaya Buddhism exists to spread the Dharma—meditation and mindfulness teachings—and to aid in the awakening of people seeking to be free of suffering. In their meditation hall and membership group, there is a place where people can get away from the outside world so they can better connect with the Light.
The Dharma Center San Diego of Trikaya Buddhism exists to spread the Dharma—meditation and mindfulness teachings—and to aid in the awakening of people seeking to be free of suffering.
In their meditation hall and membership group, there is a place where people can get away from the outside world so they can better connect with the Light.
They think that spiritual practice is about realizing their divine nature and being the highest, most true incarnation of light imaginable, rather than idolizing some unattainable ideal. In a nutshell, the Path is about discovering your true self.
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The Dharma Center, founded in 1998, is based on the Rama Lineage and practices Trikaya Buddhism. Through their personal experiences on the path, each teacher has earned the wisdom they give. Teachers each have their own teaching styles, allowing pupils to pick a teacher with whom they can connect. In the latter half of the twentieth century, Rama, who taught meditation to thousands of Americans, initiated an exceptionally broad set of pupils into American Buddhist practice. Teachers at Dharma Center continue this history of variety. Dharma Center teachers offer an eclectic and distinctive approach to spiritual discovery by relying on the depth of spiritual teachings they acquired from Rama and other great masters from ancient times to the present.
The Dharma Center is a volunteer-based, privately owned spiritual growth organization. They are not linked with or funded financially by any other organization and rely solely on funds raised by class participants and members.
"Thanks to the support of our wonderful supporter members, we work hard to make meditation classes accessible to people from all areas of life. Visit our Membership page to learn more about the benefits of membership, including exclusive access to Dharma Center activities that aren't published.
We are a volunteer-run, privately owned company dedicated to making the world a brighter and happier place by providing meditation and mindfulness programs. Your donations, tuition, and membership dues all contribute to keeping our doors open. Please keep in mind that the Dharma Center is not a recognized charity; payments and contributions are considered private gifts and should not be reported on your taxes. Thank you very much!"