4th part of the online course about Samantabhadra’s Wishing Prayers
The first three courses about the above mentioned text were given in January, April and June, explaining the verses 1-40 (of 63). This text is an essential part of the Bodhi Path Curriculum, composed by Shamar Rinpoche. This time the rest of this prayer, which goes back to Buddha Shakyamuni, will be explained. The prayer contains many aspects of Buddhism and reading or reciting it means accumulating positive imprints in the mind, as the text is written in a way, which brings about the greatest possible benefit. The text can be ordered in our online shop.
The course will be given online via ZOOM and the access link will be sent in time before the course to those who have registered.
Attending this course is possible even when the other courses were missed.
Acharya Tenzing Wangpo studied at the Diwakar Academy in Kalimpong (India) buddhist philosophy and literature and received the title Acharya (junior scholar). As such he has been teaching at the academy itself as well as in different centers in Europe or in the USA. In addition to his teaching activity he is in charge of many of Shamar Rinpoche’s projects like building a girls’ school in Darjeeling. Tenzing Wangpo impresses everybody by his wonderful, kind and humorous way to teach and inspires all with his loving kindness.
Schedule: Saturday, October 9, 10.00h – 11.30h and 15.00h – 16.30h, Sunday, October 10, 10.00h – ca. 11.30h
Organizational Fee for the entire course: € 36, reduced: € 30. (The deduction is valid for supporting members of Bodhi Path Renchen-Ulm as well as for unemployed, students and pensioners). The ZOOM-link will be sent in time to the ones who have registered.
Language: English with German translation
Please note: Booking this online courses is only possible until October 8, 18h.
DANA/Generosity- Hint for all online courses: Please think of sending a donation to the teacher as a token of gratitude for transmitting the precious Dharma-teachings. The donation can be sent to our bank account (Bodhi Path Zentrum e.V., IBAN: DE91 4306 0967 7901 8966 00) or via PayPal (to: email@example.com or via link: paypal.me/BPrenchen) by mentioning the respecive purpose ‘Donation for ….’. Thank you very much.