Las Vegas Buddhist Temple

Las Vegas Buddhist Temple

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LAS VEGAS BUDDHIST TEMPLE:Our Temple is a place of prayer, Meditation, Learning and a refuge, if you have been curious about Buddhism,Taoism, or Native-American spirituality, the Lohan Spiritual and Cultural Center is home for meditation and education.

Phone 702 900 7583 new # latest events   Email Lohanscc@Gmail.com

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As Buddhism spreads Westward many people are seeking alternatives to traditional western religion, Buddhism is not a religion but an understanding and pathway to enlightenment, and a very personal relationship with your self through meditation and learning. The Lohan spiritual and Cultural Center is a very welcoming and friendly way to start your journey, or continue your search for enlightenment and spirituality with  a very well educated staff of Priests and Abbots. We offer many classes starting with an introduction class up to advanced levels,all are welcomed . Temple schedule

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Our Abbott is Dashi Steven Baugh, also known as Dashi Chuan Sheng Shakya. The Lohan Spiritual and Cultural Center is 70% Buddhist, 20% Taoist and 10% Native American in philosophy and practice. Our lineage allows each member to explore their personal spirituality. We have many tools and processes available to us, and few restrictions. We are a mixture of three different lineages of Buddhism – Chan (Zen) Buddhism of the Hsu Yun Order, Hanmi Buddhism under Master Yu Tian Jian, and Tibetan Buddhism under Dzogchen Khenpo Choga Rinpoche.  Our Taoist lineage is from Master Share K. Lew of the Complete Reality School. The LSCC is a multicultural organization, it is not necessary to abandon any existing spiritual practices or beliefs, as long as no sentient being is harmed.

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The Lohan Spiritual and Cultural  Center operates as a headquarters of spiritual growth and education for the Las Vegas and Southern Nevada area.

Our Mission: To work with all positive religions, learning the principles, philosophies, and spiritual traditions of all faiths and cultures.

OurGoal: To hold lectures and teachings on health, wellness and spiritual Knowledge, integrity-trust-friendship.

 

Lohan Spiritual Center  Las Vegas Buddhist Temple Schedule: http://www.meetup.com/Lohan-Spiritual-and-Cultural-Center

We are located Inside the LOHAN SCHOOL
OF SHAOLIN at 3850 Schiff Drive,                                                                            LasVegas, NV 89103

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Rev. Fa Jun Christopher Real is an ordained priest in the Lohan Order of Cha’an Buddhism under the guidance of his teacher Sifu Steven Baugh.  He has been a student of energetic healing since 1993 and has trained under many masters and systems.  Shi Fa Jun is certified as a teacher of Taijiquan, Qigong, and Northern Shaolin Kung Fu through the Lohan School of Shaolin.  He is trained as a Master of Medical Qigong through the International Institute of Medical Qigong.  He also holds certificates as a Yoga teacher and licensed Massage Therapist.  Fa Jun has been teaching Qigong, spirituality, bodywork, and energetics since 2000.Rev. Fa Jun Christopher Real is an ordained priest in the Lohan Order of Cha’an Buddhism under the guidance of his teacher Sifu Steven Baugh.  He has been a student of energetic healing since 1993 and has trained under many masters and systems.  Shi Fa Jun is certified as a teacher of Taijiquan, Qigong, and Northern Shaolin Kung Fu through the Lohan School of Shaolin.  He is trained as a Master of Medical Qigong through the International Institute of Medical Qigong.  He also holds certificates as a Yoga teacher and licensed Massage Therapist.  Fa Jun has been teaching Qigong, spirituality, bodywork, and energetics since 2000.

http://www.LingQiDao.com

Don’t Forget

“The only difference between the buddhas and ourselves is that the buddhas are aware of their primordial nature while we have not yet come to this recognition. There is a story about this concerning Drukpa Kunlek, a crazy yogi. One time he went to a temple in Lhasa where there is a famous statue of the Buddha. This statue is said to have been blessed by Buddha Shakyamuni himself. You may have seen photographs of this place; Tibetans try to go there on pilgrimage at least once in their lives. When people visit this statue they bring incense, make offerings, and do a lot of prostrations.

When Drukpa Kunlek went to the temple, he did not prostrate, but just stood there looking at the statue. The priest who took care of the shrine felt a little funny because Drukpa Kunlek was not showing the proper respect. After a while, Drukpa Kunlek composed a verse and then did prostrations. He said, “At the beginning of time, you and I were equal; there was no difference between us. You worked to recognize your nature and became enlightened. I did not recognize my nature and merely slept. Therefore, I will prostrate, not to you, but in recognition of your excellent endeavor.”

The buddhas are not higher than us, and we are not lower than the buddhas; we are equal. The only difference is whether the buddha nature has been recognized. We have to work to experience that recognition, but once we recognize it we are the same as all the buddhas. There is no difference in the ground of our basic nature.”

Ven. Khenpo Rinpoches
The Buddhist Path

Photo of the Jowo Shakyamuni Statue in Lhasa.

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8 thoughts on “Las Vegas Buddhist Temple”

  1. I am trying to find out how to get H.E. Dzogchen Khenpo Choga Rinpoche’s Sunday Buddhapath practice going every other week starting soon. Any info is good info.

    John M. Conger

  2. I would like information concerning Introduction to Buddhism? I have been a non- practicing Buddhist for several years and would like to introduce my son to Buddhism.

    1. Hi Paul, I think the class on Monday evening 6p would be a good start, it does depend on how old your son is, he might like the Lohan School of Shaolin for Kung Fu , Tuesday pm good time for that , lots of Kids around, and a good way to make him aware on a very casual basis.
      Hope we see you there. http://www.lvlohans.org for school .

    1. Hi Ill send you a copy of Lohan Light that has a calendar on it, I’ve been trying to post Lohan lite on to this site with little success, I’ll figure it out !

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