This is the continuation of the first course about the above-mentioned subject, that had taken place in January. The wishing prayers of Samantabhadra are an important part of the Bodhi Path Curriculum, composed by Shamar Rinpoche. After we were introduced to the 7-branch prayer we will now receive explanations about the main part of this essential text, that goes back to Buddha Shakyamuni. It includes many aspects of Buddhism and reciting it enables the accumulation of merit, a positive power in mind, as these wishing prayers are composed in a way that brings about the biggest possible benefit.
The course will be given online via ZOOM and registered persons will receive the access link in time.
Acharya Tenzing Wangpo had studied at the Diwakar Academy in Kalimpong (Indien) buddhist philosophy and literature until the degree of an Acharya (scholar). As such he has been teaching philosophy and logic at that academy himself as well as teaching in different buddhist centers in Europe and the USA. Beside this he is active for many of Shamar Rinpoche’s projects such as the construction of a girls’ school in Darjeeling. His way of teaching is warm-hearted kind and humorous and he is a very liked guest in the international Bodhi Path centers.
Schedule: Saturday, 10. April, 10.00h – 11.30h and 15.00h – 16.30h, Sunday, 11. April, 10.00h – about 11.30h
Organizational Fee for the entire course: € 36, reduced: € 30. (The deduction is applicable for supporting members of Bodhi Path Renchen-Ulm, for unemployed, students and pensioners). The ZOOM-access link will be sent to the registered persons in time beforeheand.
Language: English with German translation
Please note: Booking this course is only possible until April, 9th at 18.00h.
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