September 13, 2024 6:00pm

The Lojong of Jamyang Khyentse Wangpo with Do Tulku Rinpoche

The Lojong of Jamyang Khyentse Wangpo with Do Tulku Rinpoche

Do Tulku Rinpoche



Friday, September 13th

6:00 – 8:00pm ET

$25 | Hybrid

Bodhicitta, or the mind that aspires for awakening, is the heart of the buddhadharma and the essence of the activity of all awakened beings. Therefore, the teachers who have introduced and established the practices of Bodhicitta in Tibet are¬†considered extremely important. Amongst all of them, the most significant is the great Indian master Atisha Dipamkara.¬† The essence of Atisha’s teachings were compiled by Geshe Chewaka Yeshe Dorje in his Lojong text,¬†Seven Points of Mind Training. Lojong is the practice of transforming our attitude and conduct towards the mind of awakening.¬† During this event, we will discuss this precious mind training, using the commentary¬†composed by the great Rim√©¬†(or nonsectarian) master Jamyang Khyentse Wangpo. In his commentary,¬†Seed of Benefit and Happiness,¬†Jamyang Khyentse Wangpo provides practical meditation instructions for turning the mind to the dharma, settling the mind, cultivating love and compassion, and staying connected with Bodhicitta, both on and off the cushion. Do Tulku Rinpoche will guide us through this inspiring text and show us how we can apply it in our daily lives.

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The Lojong of Jamyang Khyentse Wangpo with Do Tulku Rinpoche

Friday, Sep 13, 2024 06:00 PM



Do Tulku Rinpoche


  Do Tulku Rinpoche is the lama and Spiritual Director of Arya Tara’s Net, an online community and center for Buddhist studies based in Windeck, Germany. Recognized as the reincarnation of the 5th Raktrul Rinpoche, he received an eleven year training in Buddhist philosophy, practice and debate at Dzongsar Khyentse Chokyi Lodro Institute in Bir, India. Since then he has been teaching in India, Nepal, Europe, and South America. Rinpoche worked with the 84000 translation project for several years as a translator and Himalayan expert, and is currently working with the Khyentse Vision Project as the traditional scholar expert. One of his main activities is the Bodhisattva Project, an online study program with participants from around the world. He is appreciated for his learned, interactive, humorous and often unconventional way of communicating Buddhist teachings.

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