Sunday at the Temple
You will be able to participate in person:
8am (UTC-3) | Concise Tara Practice
10am (UTC - 3) | Teaching with Lama Tsering
The Concise Red Tara practice is done regularly on Sundays.
To find out the schedule of teachings with Lama Tsering, check the schedule on this page or in messages sent by whatsapp.
Please read the information below carefully to participate
The activities will take place on Sundays, from 8am to 12pm (UTC-3).
8 am | Concise Tara Practice
10 am | Teaching with Lama Tsering
No, the teaching is open to Buddhists and non-Buddhists.
What to bring
• Comfortable clothing
• Cushion - if you prefer one of your own
- Smoking is not permitted in the indoor or outdoor areas of the Temple
- Do not lie down during the practice and teaching environment
- It is traditional remains standing in the presence of Rinpoches and Lamas until they sit down. Then we do three prostrations, as a sign of respect.
- Do not point your feet at statues, lamas and sacred objects
- Do not step ver sacred texts, objects of practice, or benches
- Do not place texts directly on the floor
- Sacred texts are loaned for use only during meditation practices, and should not be taken home or copied without the temple's permission.
- If you find an object that does not belong to you, please turn it in to one of our on-site volunteers.
Children are welcome and must be in the company of a responsible adult during their entire stay at the Temple.
Eventually, on some Sundays there will be the Ciranda do Darma, an activity aimed at children of all ages, from 10am to 12pm (UTC-3).
Check the schedule on the website to find out when the activity will take place.
What is Sunday at the Temple?
Odsal Ling will welcome visitors to participate in the Temple's Sunday morning program.
- 8 am Concise Tara Practice
- 10 am Teaching with Lama Tsering
Where will the teachings take place?
In the meditation hall.
Do I need to bring anything?
There are cushions and chairs available in the meditation hall, but if you prefer, bring your own cushion.
It is possible to buy water, but we recommend bringing your own bottle.
Can I participate in other activities or visit the Temple?
The Temple will be open for visitation on weekends and national holidays, from 10am to 4pm (UTC-3).
Check the schedule on the website to see what other in-person activities are taking place at the moment.
Will there be meals available?
Yes, we have a food truck offering pizza slices, savoury snacks, sweets, popsicles, soft drinks, juices and coffee.
Will the Mandala store be open?
Will the practice and teaching continue to be broadcast on YouTube?
Is there parking on site?
Yes, parking is free but with limited spaces.