Khensur Rinpoche Losang Jampa: Nagarjuna’s 60 Stanzas Aug 9 – 17 2014

We are very pleased to annouce that Rinpoche will give a 9-day teaching at Tibet House on Sixty Stanzas on Reasoning. This program is co-sponsored by DNKL, CT and MSTC, NJ.

This work, composed by Nagarjuna, beatifully illustrates the perfect harmony between the Truths of the conventional and the ultimate, the Practices of morality and wisdom, and both the Hinayana and Mahayana teachings. Gyaltsab Je’s commentary elucidate its implicit Prasangika tenets with precision and insight.

August 9 to August 17, 2014

Tibet House, NYC
22 W 15th St, New York, NY 10011
(212) 807-0563

Basic schedule: 10am-12pm and 2pm-4:30pm

Registration required: visit the DNKL website for more information and to register.

While a specific donation is not required, we encourage you to practice generosity to make this Dharma retreat possible.

Gyumed Khensur Rinpoche Losang Jampa is both a scholar of great knowledge and understanding, and a holder of many traditional teaching lineages. His generous presence and contributions to the Sera Mey Monastic University have proven indispensable. A living example of Buddha’s teachings, he divides his time between personal meditation and practices, and teaching a growing network of Western and Tibetan students. He is highly qualified to teach on all levels of Buddhist practice and to conduct all Buddhist rituals.He currently teaches at Guhyasamaja Center in Washington, D.C., and at his newly established center in Redding, Connecticut, Do Ngak Kunphen Ling. Here is his biography.

As he has during past retreats with Rinpoche, Art Engle will be the translator this year. Dr. Engle is a well-respected translator and scholar of Tibetan Buddhism. He has published several books and is a Tsadra Foundation fellow. For his biography, please visit the Tsadra Foundation website.


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