April 28, 2023 7:00pm

Generating Happiness, Compassion, and Balance in Your Daily Life | Geshe Chamba Tonyut

Geshe Chamba Tonyut | Translator Tenzin Gelek



Friday, April 28

7-9 pm ET

$25 | In-Person & On Zoom

Geshe Chamba Tonyut will join us this evening to discuss developing a daily meditation focused on compassion, happiness, and balance. During this course, he will guide participants through examples of how to quiet the mind and deepen meditation using the Noble Mahayana Sutra, “Dependent Arising,” which focuses on interconnectedness. This program suits beginner and intermediate students and practitioners interested in applying this sutra to deepen a meditation practice.

*Tenzin Gelek will be translating for Geshe Chamba Tonyut. His information is included below*


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Generating Happiness, Compassion, And Balance In Your Daily Life | Geshe Chamba Tonyut

Friday, Apr 28, 2023 07:00 PM



Geshe Chamba Tonyut


Geshe Chamba Tonyut was born in the border region of Ladakh,India into a Tibetan Buddhist family. He entered the monastery 1981 when he was 11 years old. He took his novice ordinationĀ precepts from Kyabje Yangzin Ling Rinpoche, one of two greatĀ senior tutors of His Holiness the Dalai Lama. He completed the Geshe Lharam pa degree (the highest degree in the Guluk tradition) and, in 1992, took full ordination vows from His Holiness the Dalai Lama.Ā He travels to monasteries throughout India and internationally toĀ teach monks, visitors, and universities how to share the dharmaĀ teachings and how to facilitate daily prayer and meditation practice.

Translator Tenzin Gelek


Tenzin Gelek is the Senior Specialist in Himalayan Arts and Culture at the Rubin Museum of Art. Tenzin is a co-founder of Latse Project and had worked for Latse Library and Trace Foundation over two decades, implementing cultural and educational projects in Tibetan regions. Tenzin has been studying Buddhism since 1980s, starting in Lhasa at the Potala Palace, with many Buddhist teachers cross the Tibetan traditions. Since late 1990s Tenzin has been translating for many Tibetan senior Buddhist teachers of different traditions hosted by dharma and academic institutes in the United States and Europe, including Tibet Center, Tibet House, Himalayan Library, Columbia University, Harvard University and International Association for Tibetan Studies (IATS).Ā  Tenzin also translates high standard academic and dharma works between English and Tibetan, publishing them in journals and academic research papers in the west.  

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