Ringu Tulku Rinpoche – Bkk Feb 2011

This February 2011 well known Tibetan meditation master, Abbot, professor and writer Ringu Tulku Rinpoche will be teaching at various venues around Thailand. Be sure not to miss this eminent teacher who is well known for his erudition and excellent communication in English.

All events are free of charge unless otherwise indicated.

See the full schedule in general below, and follow links for maps and more information on individual events.

Due to the substantial generosity of venues and a few individual people in Bangkok, the air fares, transport, food and board for Rinpoche and assistant have been covered. This is so that all further donations from events can be forwarded to Ringu Tulku Rinpoche’s charitable trusts. If you feel benefitted by these teachings, please join in to ‘Tam Boon’ with the donations. We will give a report after the tour on costs and donations raised. Thanks.

FEB 2011 EVENT
Weds 2nd “The Art of Happiness” note this topic has changed – the original topic of ‘Dying Gracefully’ will be covered on the last night of Rinpoche’s visit here.
at the Buddhadasa Indapanno Archives,
5:30 pm – 8:00 pm
organised by the Thousand Stars group, Bangkok. English/Thai medium.
Click here for details
Thrs 3 rd “The Four Noble Truths – a Vajrayana Perspective”
at DMG Bodhgaya Hall, Chit Lom
Especially for our Little Bangkok Sangha
6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Click here for Details
Weekend
4th – 6th
Events at Hua Hin, arranged by the Thousand Stars Tibetan group in Bangkok.
Green Tara Empowerment at the Great Tara Stupa site and related teachings hosted by The 1000 Stars Foundation in Hua Hin [250 kms from Bangkok].
DETAILS and Schedule now posted up here
www.krisadawan.wordpress.com for more details
or mail hkensang@yahoo.com  on Tel 081 343 1586
Mon 7th An Introduction to Mahamudra
In English only, reservation is required
7:00 pm – 9:00 pm at the Bangkok Shambhala group
see : http://bangkok.shambhala.info
or call Jamie on: 02 788 7488
Tues 8th
morning
Talk and meditation on “Emptiness
at Ram’s place near Sam Yan Bangkok followed by lunch together provided from 13.00
free of charge, but you must reserve in advance on 081 985 5564
Tues 8th
evening
The Foolishness of Samsara
For our Little Bangkok Sangha, in English only
6:30 pm – 8:30 pm at the Dance Centre, Suk 24
🙂 Click here for Details
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Weds 9th “How to Transcend the attractions of Samsara”
Talk at DMG in Eng/Thai medium
6:00 pm Chanting, followed by talk, short meditation and offerings
click here for details
Thurs 10th “The Three Buddhist Yanas – how they are different, yet all the same”
Talk at the Siam Society from 7:00 – 9:00 pm
(200 baht cover charge for non-members of Siam Soc.)
Click here for full details
Weekend
11th – 13th
Activities with the Santa Barbara Institute for Consciousness, Phuket
Contact Weena Tel 076 336030
email mtc@phuketinternationalacademy.com
Click -> Phuket International Academy
Tues 15th An Audience with Ringu Tulku Rinpoche‘Dying Gracefully’
at Ariyasom Villa Boutique Hotel for our Little Bangkok Sangha
6:30 pm gather – 8:30 (ish) finish. English only.
click here for details

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rinpoche_bio Ringu Tulku Rinpoche is a Tibetan Buddhist Master of the Kagyu Order. He was trained in all schools of Tibetan Buddhism under many great masters including HH the 16th Gyalwang Karmapa and HH Dilgo Khentse Rinpoche. He took his formal education at Namgyal Institute of Tibetology, Sikkim and Sampurnananda Sanskrit University, Varanasi, India and has served as Tibetan Textbook Writer and Professor of Tibetan Studies in Sikkim for 25 years.

Since 1990 he has been travelling and teaching Buddhism and Meditation at Universities, Institutes and Buddhist Centers in Europe, USA, Canada, Australia and Asia. He also participates in various interfaith and Science and Buddhist dialogues. He authored several books (see publications section) on Buddhism as well as some children’s books both in Tibetan and European languages.

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