Tag Archives: Los Angeles

Shinnyo-en Los Angeles Winter Training goes online for 2013

Shinnyo-en at the beginning of each year holds the “Winter Training” sessions to provide a focused start for our actions each year, and provide the opportunity for beginners and visitors to get a taste of what Mahayana esoteric buddhism practice is like (chanting, mediation, dharma talks, etc.) on a local and convenient basis.

The Southern California area served by the Los Angeles Shinnyo-en Buddhist Temple in Yorba Linda, has summarized all the information this year on our subsite on the wintertraining.org website (also participating this year are New York, San Francisco, Seattle, and Hawaii)

http://wintertraining.org/losangeles/

Visit the main site at http://wintertraining.org to view the other locations and information about what goes on during Winter Training with Shinnyo-en.

** Addendum:

Winter Training is actually open to Everyone (not just Shinnyo-en followers).  If you’d like to attend one or more training sessions, just contact the training site coordinator for the location you would like to attend to let them know you’re coming.  They are spread all over the place to make attendance convenient.

Advertisements

IOUG Podcast 04-MAY-2012 – For the week

IOUG Podcast 04-MAY-2012 – For the week of May 4th, 2012: IT Security begins with Human Capital Management Learning … http://ow.ly/1jvl5s

IOUG Podcast 26-APR-2012 – For the week

IOUG Podcast 26-APR-2012 – For the week of April 26th, 2012: Quest Software Releases Toad for Oracle 11.5 EMC Announ… http://ow.ly/1j8NmK

[ABC] Out at the Salvation Army Santa Ana Voc Rehab Facility

October 27, 2011 – about 100 Aramark Building Community (ABC) volunteers joined forces to re-create the interior and exterior of this central Santa Ana vocational training and education center.

I had fun producing the “Pride City” mural.

Kirkobeeo is spotlighted in the LA Weekly’s 8/12/2011 Article on Beeks!

LA Weekly 8/12/2011 Beekeeping Article

So cool when local efforts are recorded for posterity.

Here’s Kirk’s personal site: http://www.kirksurbanbees.com/