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Kindling Community in Dark Corners

Kindling Community in Dark Corners

By Robin Pierson, Special to the Independent   After spending more than 20 hours in the air, a group of local travellers dropped down in central India and were instantly bombarded by a relentless barrage of sights and sounds as they drove another four hours to a remote Tibetan refugee settlement. Sharing narrow roads with […]

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Gift of Light Comes Up Short

Gift of Light Comes Up Short

The goal of locals to bring solar powered light to families living in a Tibetan settlement in central India was nearly realized at a fundraiser last Saturday at the Neighborhood Congregational Church. “Sharing Light,” a benefit that featured a Tibetan flute player, homemade Indian food and an auction and raffle raised $7,000, two-thirds of the […]

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Church Members Organize Return India Trip

Church Members Organize Return India Trip

Those interested in joining members of Neighborhood Congregational Church’s 16-day trip to India are invited to attend an 11:30 a.m. informational meeting Sunday, Oct. 21, at the church, 340 St. Ann’s Dr. The tour leaving Jan. 24 will be led by Tenpa Dorjee, owner of Laguna Beach’s Tibet Handicrafts. For info: phone Pam Wicks at […]

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Astrologer Visits Local Store

Astrologer Visits Local Store

  Come meet and hear Tibetan astrologer Dr. Jampa Kalsang at Tibet Handicrafts, 384 Forest Ave.,  Sunday, June 17, at 5:30 p.m. It is an opportunity to learn unique Tibetan art of healing and astrology.

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Pouring Out Spirituality a Grain at a Time

Pouring Out Spirituality a Grain at a Time

Serendipity and perhaps good karma brings five Tibetan monks to Laguna Beach beginning next week to perform the sacred art of mandala sand painting in the sanctuary of the Neighborhood Congregational Church, one of only two stops by the monks in Southern California during a three month stay in the U.S. Their progress will be […]

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Pouring Out Spirituality a Grain at a Time

Pouring Out Spirituality a Grain at a Time

Serendipity and perhaps good karma brings five Tibetan monks to Laguna Beach beginning next week to perform the sacred art of mandala sand painting in the sanctuary of the Neighborhood Congregational Church, one of only two stops by the monks in Southern California during a three month stay in the U.S. Their progress will be […]