Join Tengyur Rinpoche for teachings on mind transformation that work as powerful antidotes to undesired mental habits and attitudes that result in dissatisfaction and relationship problems.
WHEN: Sunday, October 8, 15, 22, 29, November 5, 12, 19, 26
TIME: 4:00 – 5.30 pm CET
WHERE: Teacher online on Zoom – read below for disclaimer
LEVEL: Some basic understanding of Buddhism is recommended, but everyone is welcome! The teachings will have an undercurrent of secular approach.
REGISTRATION: Is recommended, allowing us to send out possible handouts.
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Lojong means transforming the mind. Once kept secret, the body of lojong is widely available nowadays and work as powerful antidotes to undesired mental habits and attitudes that result in dissatisfaction and relationship problems. During these 8 weeks Rinpoche will explain the seminal text “Seven-point mind training” by the 12th century Tibetan master Geshe Chekawa. The first session will be devoted to introduction to lojong and preliminary practices followed by sessions where we will delve deeper into the subjects of the text. Feel free to join on just one or even some of these dates.
ABOUT THE TEACHER:
Tengyur Rinpoche is a Geshe Lharampa graduate from Sera Jey Monastery, a junior English translater for His Holiness the Dalai Lama since 2021, currently doing a Master’s program at Harvard Divinity School.
He was born in Tawang in the north-eastern part of India and became a monk at the age of nine. He founded Thubten Shedrubling Foundation in Tawang, a Buddhist center and a modern school that offers free education to needy children. In 2021, Tengyur Rinpoche led the founding of Wisdom Bridges, a US-based NGO that is dedicated to helping children in remote Himalayan communities to fulfill their potential through education that bridges traditional wisdom and modern learning and sustain their language and culture. Read more.
* Disclaimer: By joining the Zoom room, you accept Lhagsam to record the teacher who is always in the spotlight; participants are never recorded. Please note: The teacher will be online on Zoom; not in any of our centers.
* Notice: This is a cooperation with Yeshin Norbu
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Suggested donation: Please consider supporting us with a donation. Suggested donation per day is 40 CHF. No one will be turned away due to lack of funds.
Level: Some basic understanding of Buddhism is recommended, but everyone is welcome!
Registration: Is recommended, allowing us to send out possible handouts.
Please Register Here