Talk on Compassion with Khenmo Tingdzin in Canterbury
We have been very fortunate to have His Holiness's nun Khenmo Tingdzin staying with us in London for a few months. During her stay His Holiness has requested her to teach us in detail on the various practices - mudras, visualisations, melodies etc
Khenmo will be coming to Canterbury on Sunday 1st Feb 2:30 - 5:30 to talk about Compassion and the practice of Chenrezig.
The event will be at
Concorde House Clinic,
26a Stour Street
Canterbury CT1 2NZ
Price £10 - if possible, please book in advance here
Compassion in Action - Public Talk by His Eminence Thuksey Rinpoche
Globalisation, the development of the virtual world, instant and plentiful methods of communication have paradoxically isolated us from each other and call for more humanisation.
One needs to develop benevolence towards oneself and others, to be able to listen to, and be open to others. Clear understanding is required for empathy and compassion to exist.
His Eminence Thuksey Rinpoche to visit in January
We are happy to announce that His Eminence Kyabje Thuksey Rinpoche will be visiting London in January 2015.
The previous Thuksey Rinpoche was the first guru of His Holiness the Gyalwang Drukpa and we are especially delighted to welcome His Eminence now on the occasion of his first visit to the UK.
Sengey Tsewa Retreat and Birthday Celebrations in Kathmandu
Sengey Tsewa is a practice of Prajna Paramita (the practice of Wisdom). Dakini Machig Labdron offered the teaching of Sengey Tsewa (The Revelry with the Lion) to the Great Omniscient Kunkhyen Pema Karpo (the Fourth Gyalwang Drukpa 1527-1592) through his master Awa Dhutipa. Ever since then, it has been the main practice of many historical yogis of Vajrayana Buddhism.