Annual Seminar with Chokyi Nyima Rinpoche with Lama Tsultrim Sangpo
Chokyi Nyima Rinpoche and Lama Tsultrim Sangpo
August 10 - 18
This is the registration page for the full program, August 10-18.
Gateway to Buddhist Practice: August 10 -13
Following afternoon registration and dinner, the seminar begins Thursday evening August 10 with a teaching by Lama Tsultrim Sangpo. Then Chokyi Nyima Rinpoche will introduce students to the practice of the Buddhist path, presenting the wisdom of the Buddha’s teachings in a way that is accessible and applicable for the modern practitioner. This seminar is perfect for beginners as well as long-time practitioners, guiding us all through the crucial key points of genuine Buddhist practice. The final day of the program will be the group practice of the Ocean of Amrita under Rinpoche’s guidance.
Ocean of Amrita Puja: August 13th
Rinpoche will lead the Gomde community in our annual ritual practice of the Ocean of Amrita, a profound practice for purifying samaya, the sacred commitments that mark our relationships with our teachers and link all of us together as practitioners in the same Vajrayana community. This event is open to everyone. Attendance at this event in included in the other programs.
Directly Meeting Your Buddha Nature: August 14th – 18th
Rinpoche will guide students to the recognition of our buddha nature, bringing us to a fresh, immediate experience of our intrinsic awareness. Students will receive guidance on how to avoid pitfalls in meditation practice and how to apply meditation practice in daily life.
Please note that attendance of Directly Meeting Your Buddha Nature is restricted to those who have met any one of the following requirements:
- Have completed, or begun with the intention to complete, the preliminary practices (ngondro).
- Have attended a previous seminar with Chökyi Nyima Rinpoche.
- Have completed the First Excellence in the Tara’s Triple Excellence program.
About the Teachers
Meditation master and renowned teacher Chokyi Nyima Rinpoche has been teaching audiences around the world for the past 25 years. His teachings, full of humor, warmth and wit, offer a unique opportunity to connect with the Buddhist tradition in a fresh, vital way that is relevant to our lives today. The eldest son of Tulku… more »
A senior monk and chant master at Ka-Nying Shedrub Ling monastery in Kathmandu, Lama completed a traditional three year retreat under the guidance of Tulku Urgyen Rinpoche. He currently trains the younger monks at the monastery in the practice of the ritual arts.