|Time||10:30 am - 4:30 pm|
Bradbury Hall, Waterford Road, Henleaze, Bristol, BS9 4BT, United Kingdom
Lama Jampa Thaye will give the following teaching and initiation:
10.30-1.00 – “A Garland of Jewels” by Chogyal Phakpa – Part 4
This celebrated text by Chogyal Phagpa was composed as a manual of instructions for the 13th century Mongol Prince Gibek Timur. In 204 verses it covers the entire Buddhist path, from the level of a beginner to that of full enlightenment. The first part of the teaching provides guidance for a good life; the second one outlines the path for liberation and the final major section – the distinctive features of the Mahayana path. The text is beautifully written which makes it especially accessible. [Lama Jampa continues teaching this text, which he started last year – this is the fourth session – though it is not essential to have attended the earlier sessions to come today].
Gönkar or Gonpo Yizhin Norbu is the wealth-and protection-bestowing emanation of Chenrezik. His practice was originally transmitted in the Shangpa Kagyu lineage and later preserved in the Sakya tradition where it is relied upon by many meditators.
*Please note that in order to receive the initiation you must have made a formal commitment to the Buddhist path through taking refuge. If you would like to do this beforehand please contact the centre by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org
Fee: £25 (teaching and initiation); £15 (teaching only ending 1pm). Concessions by request.
This is a facility fee for the event. There will also be an opportunity to make a personal offering to the Lama at the end of the teachings.
Please note: all Lama Jampa’s teachings in Bristol in 2020 will take place in Bradbury Hall, Henleaze.
Please contact Sakya Centre Bristol for more information: email@example.com
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