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Dream-Over 2019: A Sleepover for Adults Dream under the compassionate and wakeful gaze of a hundred buddhas. Come in your slippers and pajamas and sleep over at the Rubin Museum beneath an artwork handpicked just for you.
Learn more about the event: https://rubinmuseum.org/events/event/dream-over-12-07-2019
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Clapping with Stones: Art and Acts of Resistance Contemplate the power of non-conformity and your own potential for action at Clapping with Stones: Art and Acts of Resistance. Using the Rubin’s circular architecture to create an immersive site-specific display, the exhibition examines social, cultural, and political events through ...
Tibetan Medicine and Astrology: An Interview with Dr. Yeshi Dhonden Learn how the practice of Tibetan medicine has evolved in this interview with Dr. Yeshi Dhonden, a doctor of traditional Tibetan medicine who served the 14th Dalai Lama for nearly 20 years. In conversation with the Rubin Museum’s Tashi Chodron, ...
Map: Inner Asian Empires Engaged with Tibetan Buddhism Tibetan Buddhism offered empires a model of universal sacral kingship while also promising esoteric access to physical power. The Tibetan Empire, Tangut Xixia Kingdom, Mongol Empire, Chinese Ming dynasty, and Manchu Qing dynasty embraced this path. This digital map shows ...
The Power of Intention: Reinventing the (Prayer) Wheel: Can Intention Create Positive Change? On View through October 14, 2019
We may not think of intentions as sources of power, but our intentions define the quality of any action. We can use our intentions to empower us to create positive change for ourselves and ...
Jerry Colonna + Dan Harris: Leadership and the Art of Growing Up What happens when leaders who hold structural power fail to develop their inner power and let bad psychological habits run amok? Venture capitalist turned executive coach Jerry Colonna calls upon CEOs and others to embrace the experience of being challenged ...
Clapping with Stones: Art and Acts of Resistance Contemplate the power of non-conformity and your own potential for action at Clapping with Stones: Art and Acts of Resistance. Using the Rubin’s circular architecture to create an immersive site-specific display, the exhibition examines social, cultural, and political events through ...
Joy, Rigor, and the Power of Wise Masculinity: Bobbito Garcia with Kate Johnson Practice:
RAIN, Mindfulness of Emotions
How can we individually and collectively cultivate vibrant, powerful masculine energy that is free from aggression and domination? Learn how Bobbito Garcia—a DJ, filmmaker, NYC street basketball legend, and father—has redefined masculinity in the worlds ...
Power Play: The Rubin Museum Annual Block Party Discover the power of community at the Rubin Museum’s annual Block Party on Sunday, July 21 from 1–4 PM. Join thousands of other New Yorkers at this outdoor event featuring art and activities for all ages inspired by the Rubin’s ...
Keynote Speech with Tsering Shakya: Tibetan Buddhism & Political Power in the Courts of Asia This international conference will examine Tibetan Buddhism’s dynamic political role in history as a major catalyst in moving the religion beyond Tibet’s borders to its Tangut, Mongol, Chinese, and Manchu neighbors.
This conference will bring together scholars from multiple disciplines, ...
Session 1: Tibetan Buddhism and Political Power in the Courts of Asia Conference This international conference will examine Tibetan Buddhism’s dynamic political role in history as a major catalyst in moving the religion beyond Tibet’s borders to its Tangut, Mongol, Chinese, and Manchu neighbors.
This conference will bring together scholars from multiple disciplines, ...
Closing Remarks: Tibetan Buddhism and Political Power in the Courts of Asia Conference This international conference will examine Tibetan Buddhism’s dynamic political role in history as a major catalyst in moving the religion beyond Tibet’s borders to its Tangut, Mongol, Chinese, and Manchu neighbors.
This conference will bring together scholars from multiple disciplines, ...
Session 3: Tibetan Buddhism and Political Power in the Courts of Asia Conference This international conference will examine Tibetan Buddhism’s dynamic political role in history as a major catalyst in moving the religion beyond Tibet’s borders to its Tangut, Mongol, Chinese, and Manchu neighbors.
This conference will bring together scholars from multiple disciplines, ...
Session 2: Tibetan Buddhism and Political Power in the Courts of Asia Conference This international conference will examine Tibetan Buddhism’s dynamic political role in history as a major catalyst in moving the religion beyond Tibet’s borders to its Tangut, Mongol, Chinese, and Manchu neighbors.
This conference will bring together scholars from multiple disciplines, ...
Pleasure, Power, and Sexual Liberation: Lama Rod Owens and Kate Johnson Practice:
Body Scan
What actions can we take to heal a society reeling from the abuse of power in the realms of gender and sexuality? Tibetan Buddhist lama and Harvard-trained theologian Rod Owens is known for bringing ease, authenticity, and ...
The Healing Power of Telling Your Story: Jamia Wilson, Lisa Weinert, and Kate Johnson Practice:
Thought Party (“mindfulness of thinking”) and Group Journaling
What if your voice is the medicine that the world desperately needs? Join Jamia Wilson (movement builder, storyteller, and executive director of the Feminist Press) and Lisa Weinert (publishing expert, yoga ...
The Tibetan Empire: 7th- 9th century: A Lecture by Matthew Kapstein The Temple of the Turquoise Grove: A Monument of the Tibetan Empire
What can a fabled monument tell us about the intertwining histories of Tibet and China? From the 7th to the 9th century the Tibetan Empire first stepped onto ...
Tibetan Lamas and the Qing Court (1644-1911): Lecture by Wen-shing Chou The Manchus adopted Tibetan Buddhism as a state religion after they conquered China from the north side of the Great Wall and founded the Qing dynasty (1644–1911). Like many emperors of the Yuan and Ming dynasties, the Qing emperors invited ...

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