Jun 29 2023


Melbourne Timezone
7:30 pm – 9:00 pm


Rimé Institute
1584 Burwood Highway, Belgrave, Victoria 3160

2 Day Teaching
7:30 PM Wednesday June 28
7:30 PM Thursday June 29

Registration Required. Register at for additional languages and timezones.

Rinpoche will transmit a short blessing of what he thinks is most beneficial to the attendees in addition to the teaching.

HE Rigzin Chenpo will teach on the precious stories of the 84 Great Mahasiddhas focusing in particular on the story of 2 Mahasiddhas. The legends help us open our minds as they show it is not easy to spot a great practitioner nor do we know who by appearances is the most realised. These legendary masters came from hunters, thieves, aristocrats and beggars. They were examples of perfect devotion and strong confidence in the teachers instructions no matter how bizarre they might seem. Through their examples we can see that we must look deeper meaning and release our judgements to make swift progress on the path. They help show us there is no deed or action that can’t be transformed used powerfully on the tantric path to realisation.

The teaching will be in Mandarin Chinese with English Translation Live. Online it is available in multiple languages.

For information please contact Julie on 0487 440 140 or email [email protected]

Links and information will be added to your new or existing account at along with recording of the teachings.

The Tibetan Buddhist Rimé Institute (TBRI) located in Belgrave outside Melbourne, Australia was founded by Khentrul Rinpoche in 2005. Rimé means “non-sectarian” and is unusual within Buddhism. Rimé Institute offers profound and extensive teachings from all Tibetan Buddhist traditions, including Mahayana and Tantrayana. We specialise in the teachings of the Jonang tradition.

The sixth reincarnation Kathog Rigzin Chenpo Rinpoche was born in the Golok region of Qinghai Province. When he was young, he was recognized as the incarnation of Rigdzin Chenpo by such Lamas as the sublime Khamtsang Terton, Karma Chakme of Pelyul, Lama Norpel Jadral Rigtsel, Gown Tulku & many others. In a previous life he was also one of Dolpopa’s 14 heart disciples. Rinpoche is now the spiritual leader of the Kathog Rigzin Chenpo Dharma Association and the abbot of the Kathog Rigzin Chenpo Dharma Meditation Center Center in Taichung City, Taiwan. He maintains several retreat centers in Tibet, Singapore, and Malaysia. He has devoted his entire life to teaching Dharma, translating significant tantras and writing dharma books about the Nyingma tradition of the Vajrayana to benefit all dharma practitioners in the world.