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Remembering Buddha Shakyamuni with Do Tulku Rinpoche – Online
March 24 @ 7:30 pm - March 31 @ 7:30 pm
Remembering Buddha Shakyamuni
with Do Tulku Rinpoche
24 & 31 March 7:30pm AEDT Online
All Buddhist schools follow Buddha Shakyamuni. As Buddhists, we owe everything to him. Yet amidst all the different teachers, teachings, practices, rituals, etc., we often seem to forget him. “Remembering the Buddha” (Buddhānusmṛti in Sanskrit) is an important practice for both beginners and advanced practitioners to find inspiration, clarity, and protection on the path. During this course, we will talk, contemplate, marvel, and meditate about the Awakened One, the one who achieved complete enlightenment and opened the door to liberation for all of us. This course is therefore entirely dedicated to the life and activities of Buddha Shakyamuni and open to everyone.
About Do Tulku Rinpoche
Raktrul Rinpoche (also known as Do Tulku) was born in 1985 in South India. At 17, he was recognized by HH Sakya Trizin as the sixth Raktrul Rinpoche, a tulku (recognized reincarnation) of a Sakya monastery. He began, then, his studies in the Dzongsar Khyentse Chöky Lodro Institute, where he received his training in Buddhist philosophy, practice, and debate. After eleven years of studies, he successfully graduated with the ‘Acharya’ title. He also taught in Dzongsar Institute for a year and guided retreats for monks in Mustang.
In addition, he has received teachings, transmissions and initiations from some of the greatest masters of our times, such as HH the Dalai Lama, HH the Sakya Trizin, Khenchen Kunga Wangchuk, Dzongsar Jamyang Khyentse Rinpoche, Dagchen Rinpoche, Luding Khenchen Rinpoche, and many more. He is a translator for the 84000 project, and is a lay master.
HCC Holder 10% (code: concession) – Members 10% (code: member)
Students 30% (code: student) – Under35 30% (code: under35)
Dana: I would like to apply for Dana – financial support to attend this course at E-Vam – apply here (https://evaminstitute.org/dana/)