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II|l!ll lilHll Hllliluilmm mm mm m 84 FRIDAY, JUNE t9 - MONDAY, JUNE 22, 2009 FAITH & SPIRITUALITY Cape Gazette Yoga (enter to host speaker on Dorje ,Chang Buddha III June 20 The Rehoboth Beach Yoga Center will host Vajmyana dhar- ma master Zhaxi Zhuoma Rin- poche, a close disciple of Dorje Chang Buddha Ill, reading pre- liminary tramlations of discours- es given by his holiness from 1 to 3 p.m., Saturday, June 20. These discourses are not avail- able in any other format at this time. More than 100 enlightened dharma kings and great rin- poches have acknowledged and recognized Master Wan Ko Yee as the third incarnation of H.H, Dorje Chang Buddha and the second incarnation of Venerable Vimalakirti as documented in the book "H.H. Dorje Chang Buddha KI." Rinpoche, the former Carol Hojun Welker of New Concord, Ohio, is one of 10 eminent monastics at the Hua Zang Si Buddhist temple in San Frallcis- co and founder of the Xuanfa In- stitute in Sanger, Calif. She has dedicated her life to propagating the dharma as taught by Shakya- muni Buddha and Dorje Chang Buddha. To follow Rinpoche's tour across the United States, visit zhaXizhuoma.net/events/tour/iti nerary.htmk Summer course on Christian mysticism to address roots of faith Christian mysticism will be the topic of the summer course sponsored by All Saints' Episco- pal Church and St. George's Chapel Wednesdays, during the summer, starting June 24. Ses- sions will be from 5".30 to 7 p.m., at All Saints' Church parish hall 18 Olive Ave, Rehoboth Beach. This series will examine the mystical roots of Christianity, starting with the Old Testament prophets, continuing with Jesus and Paul, and leading up to the classical age of mysticism, exem- plified by St. Francis of Assisi and St. John of the Cross. The series will also examine the great female mystics, as well as mystics of the modern age, such as Thomas Merton and Teilhard de Chardiru "Many people today are hun- gry for a more personal religion, one which speaks to their own individual spiritual journey," said the Rev. Christopher Moore, pas- toral assistant at All Saints' and convener of the series. "The mystical tradition has proven to be such a path for many contemporary seekers,;' said Moore. In addition to learning more about the mystical tradition, par- ticipants will also have the op- portunity to experience two spir- itual practices rooted in the mys- tical path as part of the course. Christian meditation will be the topic July 15, and working with one's dreams will be the July 22 topic. "Christianity today is in flux as it has not been perhaps since the Reformation 500 years ago" said Moore. "The mystical tradition is arguably the root of the Christ- ian faith as well as that of the oth- er great world religions. "It offers the promise of bridg- ing the gap between competing spiritual claims as well as of deepening our own personal spiritual faith." All members of the communi- ty are welcome to attend. Park- ing is available on the street or in the church parking lot down the street from the church. d local, non denominational, Bible church committed to the ver*e by verse preaching of God's Word. SUBMITTED PHOTO VENERABLE ZNAXI ZHUOMA RIN- POCHE will read translations of dis- courses by his holiness Dorje Chang Buddha III from 1 to 3 p.m., Saturday, June 20, at the Rehoboth Beach Yoga Center on Route 1 and Bay Vista Road. 302-238-7464 Sundays 8 and 10 AM Sunday School 9:30 AM Call Nov'/-Risk" Eree 30 .766. 7773 ;;': i ; " '"  ..... :" " : ." :g .,; d  "ii :