Letter and Request to all MSTC-WDC practitioners

In the afterglow of Gyumed Khensur Rinpoche’s incredible teachings on White Tara at the Mahayana Sutra and Tantra Center -Washington DC over the Labor Day weekend, we thought it a good time to reach out to members and friends to see what programs might be of interest this fall.  We have been alternating between classes on Shantideva’s classic, A Guide to the Bodhisattva’s Way of Life, and on Natural Meditation, based on teachings on the stages of the path to enlightenment as presented by the Third Gungthang Rinpoche in his Water and Wood Shastras.  If these classes continue to be of interest, please let us know.  Also, if there are other teachings you would like to hear or group practice opportunities you would like to participate in, please let us know that at as well.

The path of Dharma is difficult to find and infinitely precious.  It gives meaning and direction in an otherwise tumultuous world.  It opens the door to higher rebirth, freedom from the causes of suffering, and the ultimate well-being of enlightenment in which self and others are benefited.  We have had the uncommon good fortune to meet with authentic teachers of the highest caliber, who have shared the innermost details of the extensive, profound, and hidden teachings of Dharma.  Our hope is to connect in ways that are meaningful to you as we share this amazing path together.

We’d love to hear from you!

Wilson Hurley, MSTC-WDC Lay Teacher