© Stefanie Kösling
© Stefanie Kösling

ONLINE Instructions Lamrim in 60 verses, part 2

H. E. Dagyab Kyabgön Rinpoche

2021, December, Friday 3rd to Sunday 5th

Dagyab Rinpoche continues his teachings on his 60 verses, unfolding the gradual path to buddhahood. The urge of developing an altruistic attitude, a warm heart towards all beings, permeates this text and meets the needs of living in our extremely interdependent modern world. After 40 years of teaching Buddhism in various countries around the globe, Rinpoche explains the dharma along with a deep understanding of human patterns and needs.
Many of the traditional Indo-Tibetan lamrim (gradual path to enlightenment) texts begin with a focus on the "teacher-disciple relationship." For people unfamiliar with Vajrayana (Tantric Buddhism), the fundamental meaning of a teacher is not easily understood. The Dalai Lama has suggested that we return more to the order of the themes as originally set out in the Indian root text Abhisamayalamkara. In response, and at the request of his students, Tibet House spiritual director Dagyab Rinpoche has composed a very special, concise Lamrim text in Tibetan that other Tibetan teachers have described as historically significant.
The sixty verses begin with the so-called Secular (non-religious) Ethics, take Dependent Arising, the Two Truths and the Four Truths into consideration, and then unfold all other Lamrim themes on this basis.

Note: Rinpoche teaches in English. Simultaneous German translation will be available. The text is available in Tibetan, English and German. All tickets for on-site participation are already fully booked. Registrations are therefore only possible for online participation.

Registration via email to info(at)tibethaus(dot)com.

Time | Friday 3.50 pm to 5.30 pm, Saturday 11 am to 5 pm, Sunday 9.30 am to 1 pm (German time)

Cost | Regular 165 Euro │ Members 100 Euro │ Reduced 65 Euro