Thursday, 21 February 2019

Ringu Tulku Rinpoche's dates for Ireland in 2019


Ringu Tulku planted a tree on Wild Birch Farm in
county Wicklow last year where Amy Jennings and
her partner Miles,  have started  an organic farm.
Ringu Tulku Rinpoche’s teaching schedule for 2019 is now available to view on his Teaching Schedule page of Bodhicharya International.  It shows all confirmed teaching events in Europe and the UK. More events, for summer, will be confirmed and added to the list over the coming weeks.
Rinpoche will be in Ireland this year at 
Dublin KSDD  13th - 16th May
Dzogchen Beara, 17th - 19th May. 

Further details will follow soon. 


For further information about any other events listed, please contact the locations/ organisers directly using the links supplied on the Teaching Schedule page. You can also find out more about individual groups here.
Since 2015, Rinpoche has been making audio recordings of most of his talks and teachings. These recordings are automatically uploaded to the Archive and we are able to share these recordings to members of The Ringu Tulku Archive almost as soon as they arrive. This means that members can listen to these recordings as he travels around the globe.
The Online Archive contains over 323 teachings from the past 27 years and we are now in the final stages of publishing all remaining recordings from the original archive in Berlin.
To find out more about the Ringu Tulku Archive visit:        bodhicharya.org/teachings
Lighting butter lamps at Tashi Ding Monastery, Sikkim, March 2017 



Wishing you all a very happy and auspicious Chotrul Düchen!




Wednesday, 6 February 2019

A Losar Message from Ringu Tulku




Wish you Tashi Delek on the auspicious occasion of the Tibetan New Year of Female Earth Pig year and pray that all the obstacles in your life will be cleared and you will play an important role in bringing joy and lasting peace and happiness to all the beings. May all your good wishes be fulfilled effortlessly.
Ringu Tulku
Kathmandu
5th Feb. 2019


Rinpoche's Irish students send love and gratitude in return for  your constant presence, blessings  and tireless guidance throughout our lives. Happy Losar!

Thursday, 3 January 2019


A powerful New Year's message from Ringu Tulku Rinpoche for 2019, it reminds us to remain in the presence of this moment as it occurs in the transience of time.  As it comes, so it goes.   With this understanding,  practise to remain joyful. 







Saturday, 22 September 2018

The latest edition of Many Roads, Bodhicharya's e-magazine includes some retreat inspired haiku from Dublin poet, Maeve O'Sullivan. This one has an especially Irish flavour.


discarded crisp bag:

faded Mr. Tayto

still smiling



For more of her work and many other interesting articles please go to the link above. The e-magazine is edited by Albert Harris and all contributions are welcome.

Friday, 21 September 2018

2018 Dublin teachings are now available.


The teachings that Rinpoche gave in Dublin for KSD and the Bodhichaya group last week are already available to listen to in the Bodhicharya Archive.  Please log in to view : https://bodhicharya.org/teachings/archives/.
The smoke offering to the local Wicklow deities
With a magnificent Suffolk Punch
Rinpoche's visit to Ireland this year also included a trip to Glendalough and Laragh in County Wicklow to perform Riwo Sangcho for a new organic farm project, and an invitation to lunch with Palpung Ireland, before a weekend at Dzogchen Beara with the Rigpa Community.                                    

A picnic, and blessing the land
            
Some of the  Palpung Ireland group in Banteer, Co. Cork, with director Ani Chodron to Rinpoche's left, visiting lama Ani Dechen, from Sherab Ling.   
                 
  
Prayers for an injured sheerwater gull that has been resting
at the Allihies Donkey Sanctuary, before the bird takes flight.
On the drive to Dzogchen Beara       
        


Friday, 31 August 2018

And now the Yoga of Action

We are very pleased to be able to confirm the public programme for Ringu Tulku Rinpoche's visit to Dublin,  hosted by Bodhicharya Ireland and Kagyu Samye Dzong, Dublin.


Rinpoche arrives on Monday 10th September  and will give teaching that evening at KSDD on the Five Mind Poisons.  7.30 - 9 pm.


On Wednesday 12th and Thursday 13th September Rinpoche will continue his teaching on  the root text of  Patrul Rinpoche's  'The Practice of View, Meditation, and Action - A Discourse Virtuous in the Beginning, Middle and End*  which is  published as 'The Heart Treasure of the Enlightened Ones', a commentary by Dilgo Khyentse. 
Bookings for all public teachings can be made through Dublin Kagyu Samye Dzong on 01 4537427 or email, info@buddhism.ie

 A white dove sits on Rinpoche's microphone
during the 2018 Paris Monlams in August.
Photo credit  Bernie Hartley
On Friday 14th September Rinpoche will begin his weekend of teachings at Dzogchen Beara, West Cork.

This week Ringu Tulku is leading the Kagyu Monlam (Wishing Prayers) at the Grand Pagoda in Paris.
*Shambhala Books, Boston and London 1992. Translated from the Tibetan by  Padmakara Translation Group.

Wednesday, 29 August 2018

The Yoga of Non Action


On August 28th Rinpoche gave a teaching on The Yoga of Non Action that was live streamed from Amsterdam. If you missed it you can listen again (along with many other of Rinpoche's talks) by clicking on this  Bodhicharya Archives  link.