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Lama Jampa Thaye – Course postponed to September

07/02/2020 20:00 - 09/02/2020 12:00

€16 – €75

We are very sorry but the below-mentioned course had to be postponed to the weekend of 25-27 September 2020.

Lama Jampa Thaye will continue his excellent explanations about the text ‘The Rays of the stainless Vajra Moon’, composed by Jamgon Kongtrul Lodrö Thaye. This profound work is a guide to meditation on the view of Zhentong through which one realizes that the essential nature of mind is the Buddha nature itself.
The course will include guidance on the text, periods of meditation and space for questions and answers.

Lama Jampa Thaye is a scholar and meditation master, educated in the Sakya as well as in the Karma Kagyü Tradition. He was appointed as a Lama by his two main teachers Karma Thinley Rinpoche and HH Sakya Trizin and has been teaching since 1988. In 1974 already was he appointed as a member of the Karma Kagyu Trust in UK by HH, the 16. Gyalwa Karmapa. For many years now he is one of the teachers at the Karmapa International Buddhist Institute in New-Delhi. Shamar Rinpoche had asked him personally to also give teachings here.

Schedule
FR 8pm, SA 10-12am and 3-5pm, SU 10-12am
Saturday at 8pm we will practise together

Fee for the entire course: € 75 (reduced € 60, valid for supporting members, students, unemployed and pensioners)
for single units: € 20 (€ 16)

Language
English with a German translation

Tickets

Unlimitiert available
L. Jampa Thaye, entire course75,00
Unlimitiert available
L. Jampa Thaye, entire course, reduced60,00
Unlimitiert available
L. Jampa Thaye, single unit20,00
Unlimitiert available
L. Jampa Thaye, single unit, reduced16,00

Details

Start:
07/02/2020 20:00
End:
09/02/2020 12:00
Cost:
€16 – €75

Venue

Kaierstr.,18
Renchen-Ulm, Deutschland (DEU) 77871 Germany