Teachings on the Kagyu Tradition with HE Rigzin Chenpo
At the request of Khentrul Rinpoche, His Eminence Kathog Rigzin Chenpo will give five days of profound teachings on the extraordinary history and unique views of each of the five main traditions of Tibetan Buddhism—Nyingma, Sakya, Kagyu, Jonang and Geluk.
The third tradition in our series will be the Kagyu Tradition who trace their origins back to the Dharma transmitted by the great translator Marpa Chökyi Lodrö. While Marpa had many disciples, his most famous was the Tibetan yogi-saint Milarepa.
It was Milarepa’s student Gampopa, who successfully established a monastery combining the sutra teachings he had received from the Kadampas (a lineage originating from the Indian pandit Atisha Dipamkara) and the tantric teachings he received from Milarepa.
As a foundation, Kagyu practitioners study the sutra teachings as presented in the Stages of the Path (lamrim) system. After completing various preliminary practices, practitioners will generally engage in one of two paths. The Path of Liberation is focused on developing the view of Mahamudra in accordance with the sutras, while the Path of Skillful Means is focused on developing the view of Mahamudra based on the system of practice known as the Six Dharmas of Naropa. Often these two paths will be combined, with the sutra Mahamudra being used as a preliminary to the practice of tantric Mahamudra.
The program for this series is as follows:
The Rimé Philosophy with HE Khentrul Rinpoché
Wednesday, 30 May : 7:30pm – 9 pm
The Nyingma Tradition with HE Kathog Rigzin Chenpo
Thursday, 31 May
10am – 1pm : Nyingma History
7:30pm – 9pm : Teachings on Dzogchen
The Sakya Tradition with HE Kathog Rigzin Chenpo
Friday, 1 June
10am – 1pm : Sakya History
7:30pm – 9pm : Teachings on the Path and Its Result (Lamdre)
The Kagyu Tradition with HE Kathog Rigzin Chenpo
Saturday, 2 June
10am – 1pm : Kagyu History
6pm – 8pm : Teachings on Mahamudra w/ Medicine Buddha Empowerment
The Jonang Tradition with HE Kathog Rigzin Chenpo
Sunday, 3 June
1pm – 3pm : Jonang History
6pm – 8pm : Teachings on Zhentong w/ Long Life Empowerment
The Geluk Tradition with HE Kathog Rigzin Chenpo
Monday, 4 June
10am – 1pm : Geluk History
7:30pm – 9pm : Teachings on the Geluk View
The Spiritual Legacy of Tibet with HE Kathog Rigzin Chenpo
Monday, 4 June : 7:30pm – 9pm
|Single Talk (30 May & 5 June)||$30||$25||$20|
|All Day Pass (Morn. & Eve. Sessions, 31 May – 5 June)||$40||$35||$30|
|All Events (30 May – 5 June)||$200||$170||$140|
*Tickets will also be available at the door. However, to help us ensure enough space for everyone, please register so that we know you are planning to attend.
Methods of Payment
You can make payments for this tour via any of the following methods:
- Money Order: Please make payable to Tibetan Buddhist Rime Institute (can be posted to: 1584 Burwood Highway, Belgrave 3160 Victoria, Australia.)
- Direct Debit: Tibetan Buddhist rime Institute Inc. Bank: ANZ. BSB: 013 457
Account: 4944-47223 (Please include your surname as a reference)
- Make payment for the desired tickets using one of the methods described above.
- Fill out the following registration form making sure to include the reference information for your payment.
- Once we have confirmed the payment, we will contact you via email to confirm your registration.
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