After careful consideration and with sensitivity to all that is going on in the world, we have decided to not have anyone travel and gather in person for teachings this spring.
Instead, Khentrul Rinpoche will be presenting The Six Noble Actions of Compassion via live webcast to your web browser. This decision is for the protection of each and every one of us and our many connections, near and far, from the uncertainties and risks of the global coronavirus epidemic.
As Rinpoche wants to continue to offer dharma teachings, we hope that you can participate from your homes. All you need is a device with internet service. We ask that everyone participating register/donate by March 31st. We will email all registrants on April 1st with details about how to join the teachings.
The Six Noble Actions of Compassion
A teaching by Mipham Rinpoche
If we were to reverse our negative thoughts and actions and instead, cultivate positive thoughts and actions, we would be freed from both immediate and long-term suffering. We would experience physical and mental ease. This can be proven through logical reasoning because it is the way things operate by nature. That’s why it is an important point to study and practice.
This text contains all of the methods for cultivating positive intentions and actions in our daily lives. It illustrates how by using examples and the application of “the six flavors.” These trainings are easy to apply and are profoundly beneficial.
||Saturday 10am-12pm and 1:30-3:30pm,
Sunday 10am-12pm and 1:30-3:30pm
HST (Hawaii-Aleutian Standard Time, UTC-10)
||Live webcast to your premises
|Please donate whatever you feel is appropriate and within your means for this teaching. Dana for both teacher and translator will be considered included as part of your donation.
We ask that everyone participating please register/donate by March 31st. We will email all registrants on April 1st with details about how to join the teachings.
Registration for this event is now closed.
If you are unable to attend an event,
but would like to sponsor others who have the time but insufficient finances to attend,