One of the highest lamas of the Kagyu Lineage will give teachings at the Europe Center for the first time. We are very honored and much looking forward!
The Jamgon Kongtruls are honored as lineage-holders of all the lineages of Tibetan Buddhism, although they are primarily identified with the Karma Kagyu lineage. The Jamgon Kongtruls have had a profound influence on many teachers and masters of the different schools.
The fourth recognition occurred in December 1996, when Thaye Dorje gave him the name Karma Migyur Drakpa Sengge Trinley Kunkhyab Palzangpo. The child, often referred to as Jamgon Yangsi, had been born the son of Beru Khyentse Rinpoche on 17 December, 1995 in the Kathmandu valley, Nepal on the anniversary of the birth of Tsongkhapa (the 25th of the Tibetan month). When Thaye Dorje first visited Bodhgaya on 23 December 1996, Yangsi Rinpoche despite his young age was able to spontaneously pick up some rice and toss it into the air as a mandala offering, signifying the auspicious connection between Karmapa and Jamgon Kongtrul. In 1997, at Beru Khyentse Rinpoche’s request, the Dalai Lama performed the hair-cutting ceremony for Jamgon Yangsi in Bodhgaya. In 2000 Penor Rinpoche, then head of the Nyingma sect, again reconfirmed Jamgon Yangsi as the genuine reincarnation of the Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye.
23/11 20:00 Lecture: The Teacher Student Relationship
24/11 20:00 Lecture: The Bodhisattva Attitude
25/11 10:00 Buddha of Limitless Life (Amitayus) Empowerment
26/11 10:00 Guru Rinpoche Empowerment
There will also be meditation sessions and possibly DWT lectures – full program to be confirmed and subject to change.
breakfast: 2€, lunch: 4€, dinner: 4€
Lecture by Diamond Way Teachers = €6
Lecture by Rinpoche = €12 Empowerment €20
Please note that we cannot accept any more registration for families, as our family rooms are full and we have a long waiting list. If you would like us to help you find a place to stay with the local sangha, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org