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Karma Trinlay Rinpoche – What does it mean to be a Buddhist? – online teaching
01/11/2020 10:00 - 12:00
What does it mean to be a Buddhist?
Trinlay Rinpoche will explain, by which kind of attitude, orientation, and aspiration the Buddhist path is described, what is most important and what is the goal.
This teaching is recommendable for newly interested persons as well as for those already being familiar with Buddhism.
Due to Covid 19, the teaching cannot take place in the very presence of Rinpoche, but we are glad it can be streamed via Zoom. The access link will be sent to the registered participants in time before the course will start.
Karma Trinlay Rinpoche was recognized by HH the 16. Gyalwa Karmapa as the reincarnation of an important buddhist teacher. He finisched the traditional training for Tulkus and also studied at Western Universities. Rinpoche is said to be the first Western reincarnation of a Lama of the Karma Kagyu School and has been teaching throughout Asia, Europe and America. He also guides the Bodhi Path Instructor Training in Renchen-Ulm. Rinpoche lives with his family in Dordogne, France. See also: Karmatrinlay.org
Schedule: Sunday, Nov. 1st, 10am
Organisation fee: € 15 (reduced € 12) The deduction is valid for the supporting members of Bodhi Path Renchen-Ulm, for students, pensioners and unemployed.
DANA: The transmission of the precious Dharma is invaluable. It is thus common to express one’s gratitude and appreciation to the teachers by giving them a donation, which at the same time is a nice gesture of generosity. During ‘normal’ courses there are always donations boxes placed for the teachers as well as for the translators. With online courses donations can also only be sent ‘online’. This can be done either to our bank account (Bodhi Path Zentrum e.V., IBAN: DE91 4306 0967 7901 8966 00) or via PayPal to: firstname.lastname@example.org. In any case please don’t forget to mention the purpose ‘Donation for ….’, so we can forward the money correctly. Thank you very much.