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The Drikung Meditation Center

All are welcome to our entire schedule. If you are new to Tibetan Buddhism (or to the Drikung Kagyu lineage) we host a "Beginner's Night" on Tuesdays at 7pm. We cover a variety of meditation methods and explain some of the other practices that we hold during the week. We also discuss the Dharma and answer questions. "Sunday Morning Dharma" at 10am is also a great entry point. We are a community of spiritual practitioners here to help each other. You are welcome to let us know what you wish to accomplish.

DMCIn addition to our regular schedule, we hold special practices during the month such as Phowa, Milarepa Tsok, and Guru Rinpoche Activity Ritual and we host a variety of visiting teachers throughout the year. Subscribing to our Email Newsletter is the best way to stay informed. Emails are sent approximately once a week with a couple more on occasionally busy weeks.

The DMC in Arlington, MA

Buddhist Practice

The center was founded by Khenchen Konchog Gyaltshen Rinpoche in the
early 1980s. Since then, it has existed continuously first in Boston on
Commonwealth Avenue, then in Newton, we then moved to Somerville.
In 2007 the center moved to Arlington, MA our current location.

Everyone is welcome to come to the center. We are here to serve the community and to bring the happiness and joy of Buddhism to everyone who is interested. Click here for directions. Please call or email us with any questions you may have.

We are a branch of Tibet's Katsel monastery, and are the home of the U.S. Drikung Jowo Rinpoche statue, an emanation replica of the Jowo Rinpoche statue in Lhasa, Tibet. Standing 8 feet tall, this is the only statue of its kind in the United States. Saturdays from 1pm - 5pm the center is open to visitors. You can view the statue, have a cup of tea, meditate, or shop in the Dharma Shop. Check the calendar before you come to insure that we are open.

Katsel Monastery

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