Afternoon Public Talk: Developing Our Minds to Improve Our Lives

with Khenchen Tsultrim Lodro Rinpoche

Katog Vajra Ling, Hartford, Connecticut

May 7, 2016

Time:  From 2pm to 5pm

Location: St. Thomas Seminary, Bloomfield, CT (15 min from Hartford, CT)

Contact: or Kathleen Hayes at 203-641-3563


Please click here to register

This event is free but donations are welcome at the door. All donations go towards Khenchen Rinpoche's programs for saving the lives of animals. The weekend seminar is closed for registration, but space is still available for the public talk by Khenchen Tsultrim Lodrö, one of the most influential Tibetan Buddhist teachers in Asia today. Khentrul Rinpoche really encourages us to take advantage of this rare opportunity. He will speak about the need for both outer and inner development, and how inner development has the greater impact in transforming our lives.

  • Khenchen Rinpoche teaches dharma worldwide, and is a frequent guest lecturer at schools such as Harvard, Stanford, Oxford, and Beijing University
  • As head of the Larung Five Sciences Buddhist Academy in Sertha Larung, Tibet, he oversees the largest monetary in the world, with over 15,000 monastics
  • He has founded elementary schools, the Novice Monk Schools, various nursing homes and the Initiation of Loving Heart movement, which encourages Buddhists to help the needy
  • Is responsible for the publication of over 100 dharma books
  • Has coordinated scholars from all regions of Tibet
  • Promotes environmental awareness and vegetarianism

According to Khentrul Rinpoche, "Not only are Khenchen's activities for benefiting others the most extensive amongst my teacher's students," says Khentrul, but he is extremely erudite, holds the vows purely, and embodies bodhichitta. To have the extraordinary good fortune to meet this khenpo and to make a dharma connection with him is extremely rare, even in Tibet. It would take an enormous amount of merit. Please join me for this special opportunity."

Please send an email to to register for the Public Talk.  Those attending the weekend retreat do not need to register for the Public Talk.