We are delighted to announce that from Friday 17th November for seven days, Chokyi Nyima Rinpoche will host the 37th Annual RYI Fall Seminar at Ka-Nying Shedrub Ling Monastery in Kathmandu.
Following the daily guided morning meditation session, Rinpoche will teach on the following topics:
The Heart Sutra
The Four Causes to be Reborn in a Buddha Field
Introducing the Six Bardos and Buddha Nature
At Rinpoche’s request, these teachings will be made available online for students around the world but all registrants are required to complete any teaching they start.
We are further delighted to announce that during most afternoons, Phakchok Rinpoche will teach on:
Guru Rinpoche’s Advice to Chokgyur Lingpa
The Eight Stanzas of Mind Training.
The Annual RYI seminar offers a unique opportunity for students of all levels — from beginners to advanced practitioners — to receive a series of truly profound teachings. We would therefore ask that you share this notice with all those who might be interested to join us either online or in person.
Online participants will be able to watch the teachings through our website beginning November 18, 2017. All posted teachings will remain accessible until Dec 8, 2017, CET. Thereafter they will no longer be available.
In order to access the teachings, all students must register on line at www.DharmaSun.org.
Registration will remain open from Nov 12 until Nov 30, 2017.
The suggested donation for the teachings is: 75 USD
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