Sunday, 13 April 2014

Ringu Tulku Rinpoche. Dublin 2014

Bodhicharya Ireland are really please to let you know that Rinpoche's programme for Dublin KSD continues with teachings on the 'Heart Treasure of the Enlightened Ones', a commentary by the great Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche on a 19th century teaching by Patrul Rinpoche, who was himself a wondering yogi who spent much of his life living in caves and trying not to be recognised. He wrote many important texts during his life, this is one of those. As the name implies, 'The Heart Treasure' is a set of teachings that, although written 150 years ago,  can be applied in very practical ways to help guide us through these difficult times of the 21st century.  Ringu Tulku has taught from a number of important but unpublished texts by Patrul Rinpoche, and the Bodhicharya Publications team are working to help make these accessible to a greater audience.

The Lantern Hospitality Centre
One of the aims of Bodhicharya Ireland has been to help facilitate meetings and exchange with communities of other faiths, and we are delighted to announce that Rinpoche will be hosted by The Lantern Centre, 15 Synge St., Dublin 8 (formerly Synge St. School) for an evening of talk and discussion on 'Forming Communities of Compassion'.  The Lantern Centre is a community forum in the heart of Dublin that hosts extensive arts and multicultural cultural events as well as interfaith groups in ongoing dialogue.  Everyone is welcome to listen and/or participate.  Minimum cover charge €5, and donations can also be offered to Rinpoche's personal charity The Rigul Trust, which supports children's welfare and education in Rigul, his monastery and birthplace in Tibet.
Venue : 15 Synge Street, Dublin 8   -  Monday 5th May - 7 pm.

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