Tuesday, 17 April 2018

Catching up on the latest news from Bodhicharya

We are very happy to announce that Ringu Tulku Rinpoche will be returning to Ireland this year. He will be in Dublin for four days Friday 10th - Monday 13th September, and Dzogchen Beara 14th - 16th September.

You can register your email address at Bodhicharya.org to receive the latest news for  Ringu Tulku's  travel schedule or go directly to  https://bodhicharya.org/ringu-tulku/schedule/
Very occasionally Rinpoche has to make changes in his schedule, we will  do our best to keep you notified on this page as well. The programme details are not yet fixed, and Dzogchen Beara have their own website where  his teaching topics will be made public when decided.

The Teachings Archive team have been working hard for many years to make Rinpoche's talks available at https://bodhicharya.org/teachings/archive/ and there are new ones being added all the time.  It is a fantastic resource, including translations into languages other than English;  Ringu Tulku has given hundreds of teachings that have almost all been recorded  since his first visit to the West, some topics have been repeated many times, but each has its own signature and freshness, and each warrants a separate hearing.

The most recent is the teaching on the topic How to Be a Good Scholar-Practitioner  given by Rinpoche at Rangjung Yeshe Institute in Kathmandu, Nepal, at the request of Chökyi Nyima Rinpoche on 6th April 2018, and as a public talk it is freely available.  It is a really informative and helpful talk for anyone who has any doubts or questions about balancing their practise with study and reflection, and includes anecdotal accounts of traditional tibetan styles of practise within Buddhist schools and sanghas in the past, as well as discussing how we Westerners perceive and understand the concept of Practise.  

Some talks on the site request a login, and some are restricted teachings, requiring access
permissions from Rinpoche himself. 

Lastly - in a separate post, is an account from contributor Pat Little of a recent visit and weekend teaching in Dublin with Tsering Paldron who runs Bodhicharya Portugal as well as teaching in other Bodhicharya Centres.

Annie Dibble, Dublin.  April 2018


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