One event on April 23, 2023 at 3:00 pm
In Buddhism, the path to awakening is through meditation. Calm-abiding meditation (shamatha / shinay) helps develop mental peace and stability. Insight meditation (vipasyana / lhaktong) helps examine and experience mind’s true nature, free of confusion and veils. Join us for this special live broadcast as Shangpa Rinpoche leads us in an examination of these profound meditation practices.
Wed., Apr 12, 8pm eastern / 7pm central / 5pm pacific (90 min)
Venue: Zoom (broadcasting live from Indiana)
Sunday, April 23, 3pm eastern / 2pm central / 12pm pacific (90 min)
Venue: Zoom (broadcasting live from Bodhi Path Natural Bridge), as well as in-person attendance at the center
Attend via this Zoom link.
No registration required. Suggested donations:
• Standard: $20 per session
• Sponsor: $40 per session
• Additional teacher offering may also be given.
• No one turned away for lack of funds.
Link for donations / offerings (can include memo).
Born in 1960 near the border between Tibet and Nepal, Rinpoche was recognized at age two as an incarnation of the great yogi, Shangpa Rinpoche, by H.H. the 16th Gyalwa Karmapa, Rangjung Rigpe Dorje. In 1976, Rinpoche was appointed Abbot of the Jangchub Choeling Monastery in Pokhara, Nepal, and in 1982, the 14th Shamar Rinpoche requested he oversee the Karma Kagyu Buddhist Center of Singapore. An important teacher in the Kagyu lineage, we are honored to have him teach at Bodhi Path. More biographical information of Rinpoche is available at the Bodhi Path website.
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