Online Seminar with Chokyi Nyima Rinpoche

We are delighted that Chokyi Nyima Rinpoche has agreed to share his profound wisdom with the global sangha through eight days of teaching on the topic of Buddha Nature. The 41st Annual Seminar will be streamed live from November 13th through November 21st. (November 18th is a break day.) We are fortunate to come together to receive these precious instructions at this unique time—how wonderful to gather digitally as a mandala of Rinpoche’s students!

The teachings will be streamed for registered users live via Zoom. Recordings will be posted on DharmaSun shortly after each live session. However, all registrants are required to listen to Rinpoche’s teachings in sequential order.

The seminar will be divided into two parts, the first being open to everyone; restrictions apply for the Part Two.

The Annual RYI seminar offers a unique opportunity for students of all levels—from beginners to advanced practitioners—to receive rare and precious teachings from one of the world’s most esteemed Buddhist masters. We therefore ask that you share this opportunity with all those who might be interested in joining online.

Rinpoche will teach in Tibetan, and there will be translation into Chinese, English, German, Nepali, Portuguese, Spanish, French, Russian, Ukrainian, and Vietnamese.

Rinpoche will lead a one hour meditation session everyday (except the first day) and a teaching session of about 2 hours.

Registration for Part One and Part Two are different:

Buddha Nature: Part One (November 13 – November 17)
Registration is open from October 27 – November 13.

Buddha Nature: Part Two (November 19 – November 21)
Registration is open from November 14 – November 19. (restrictions apply!)

Donations: The teachings themselves are free. As is traditional, we encourage you to use this opportunity to make generous offerings to support Rinpoche’s vast dharma activities.

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