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Introduction to Ri-mé Society-Celebrating the Living Dharma The Ri-mé Society is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to the study, preservation, and continuation of the teachings and practices of Vajrayana Buddhism. Ri-mé Society provides talks, seminars, classes, and group practices for those seeking an introduction to the Buddhist teachings as well as for experienced practitioners. Ri-mé is a Tibetan word that means non-sectarian or unbiased. The Ri-mé Society is named for the renaissance of spiritual practice that originated in India and Tibet, ignited by brilliant and highly realized teachers and practitioners. The Ri-mé spirit represents—then and now—a great emphasis on direct meditative experience and realization combined with deep intellectual understanding and insight—an openness not constrained by sectarian bias.

Tribute to Ginny Lipson

A very loved longtime friend and fellow practitioner, Virginia (Ginny) Lipson died this afternoon, Wednesday, November 24. Ginny is survived by her husband, Howard Lipson.

Premier: Wandering…But Not Lost

An intimate account of Mingyur Rinpoche's four-and-a-half-year retreat. Available for online streaming March 19—April 12th, 2021.

Luminous Emptiness: Liberation Through Hearing in the Bardo 

A class on the text and spiritual instructions of The Tibetan Book of the Dead. February 22, 2021 - April 26, 2021

Farewell to Basia

We are greatly saddened to announce that Basia Turzanski died on, Saturday, December 19, at about 11:30 pm

Jeanine Greenleaf

Where there are meditators, there is a need for things on which to sit. In this interview Jeanine tells the story of Samadhi Cushions.