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Special weekend class with visiting teacher Lama Jampa Thaye teaching lessons on Lojong (Santa Barbara)

November 4, 2023 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm

USA-Pacific, All Americas

Two classes taught over two day Nov 4-5
Time: 10 am to 1:00 pm

The Eight Verses of Mind Training by Geshe Langri Tangpa

Saturday 4 November

The system of meditation practice known as mind training (lojong in Tibetan) is one of the most popular and widely-practised in Buddhism. Geshe Langri Thangpa’s work is one of the most celebrated spiritual teachings in Tibetan Buddhism. It offers us a method of transforming adverse circumstances into positive aspects of the path of awakening compassion.

Mind Training in One Session by Chim Namkha Drak

Sunday 5 November

This text was composed in the thirteenth century by Chim Namkha Drak, the great abbot of the Kadampa monastery of Narthang in Tibet. It comes from the mind training (lojong) collection of teachings of which there are two main streams. Inspired by Atisha, this stream encapsulates the essential steps of the Mahayana, presenting them in a way that we can apply directly to our own personal situation – like all lojong teachings.

 

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Lama Jampa Thaye short clip on LoJong.

 

Two classes taught over two day Nov 4-5
Time: 10 am to 1:00 pm

The Eight Verses of Mind Training by Geshe Langri Tangpa

Saturday 4 November

The system of meditation practice known as mind training (lojong in Tibetan) is one of the most popular and widely-practised in Buddhism. Geshe Langri Thangpa’s work is one of the most celebrated spiritual teachings in Tibetan Buddhism. It offers us a method of transforming adverse circumstances into positive aspects of the path of awakening compassion.

Mind Training in One Session by Chim Namkha Drak

Sunday 5 November

This text was composed in the thirteenth century by Chim Namkha Drak, the great abbot of the Kadampa monastery of Narthang in Tibet. It comes from the mind training (lojong) collection of teachings of which there are two main streams. Inspired by Atisha, this stream encapsulates the essential steps of the Mahayana, presenting them in a way that we can apply directly to our own personal situation – like all lojong teachings.

 

Registration link

Lama Jampa Thaye short clip on LoJong.