Join us for the live online teachings with Geshe Sherab and get a deep understanding of the Lama Tsongkhapa Guru Yoga – and learn how you can effectively implement it in your daily practice and when in retreat.[line] WHEN: Friday June 10, 17 and 24, and July 1, 7.00 pm – 8.30 pm CET
You can join the event here on zoom:
Meeting ID: 829 6383 1175
Lama Tsongkhapa Guru Yoga is a particularly powerful practice for receiving the blessings of one’s personal teacher and developing the realization of guru devotion. Also known as the Hundred Deities of Tushita (Ganden Lha Gyama), it is a seven-limb practice related to Lama Tsongkhapa, a great Tibetan scholar, saint, and yogi of the 14th century. This practice is much used when in LamRim retreat, to be done before the daily contemplation on the graduated path to enlightenment. During the teachings, Geshe Sherab will explain the sadhana in depth and lead the practice.
Find the sadhana here: Lama Tsongkhapa Guru Yoga
Lama Tsongkhapa is the founder of the Gelug tradition of Tibetan Buddhism and revitalizer of many sutra and tantra lineages and the monastic tradition in Tibet. Click here for a biography from the FPMT website.
About the Teacher
Geshe Thubten Sherab was born in 1967 in a small village in the province of Manang, the western part of Nepal, to a Kagyu-Nyingma family. He entered Kopan Monastery at the age of nine and completed his geshe studies at Sera Jey monastery in South India, followed by a year at Gyumed Tantric College. He then completed retreat and teaching assignments in the United States and Asia. Since then, Geshe Sherab served the Foundation for Preservation of Mahayana Tradition (FPMT) in several roles. For the last few years, Geshe-la has been traveling and teaching at FPMT centers in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Asia, and Europe, while also serving as resident teacher at Thubten Norbu Ling in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Read more
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Level: Intermediate. Some basic understanding of Mahayana Buddhism is of benefit. Beginners are welcome as well!