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Sunday, 14 February 2021
Calling all Writers, Poets, Musicians, Filmmakers, Hillwalkers, Sea Swimmers, Painters, Photographers, Birdwatchers
There will be more teachings from HH 17th Karmapa, Orgyen Trinley Dorje, on the life of the 8th Karmapa, Mikyo Dorje starting on Monday, 15th February, daily for one month until 14th March and details of those can be found here.
For regular updates of Ringu Tulku's teachings schedule, and more, please visit Bodhicharya.org and sign up to receive information via email.
This humble offering of wishing prayers is made on the New Year of Iron Ox Year.
May you have a constant smile on your face and live long and healthy.
May there always be laughter in your speech and bring solace to countless lives.
May your heart be ever filled with loving kindness, joy and peace.
May all your wishes come true in this year without making any efforts.
Gangtok, 12th Feb 2021
Monday, 18 January 2021
Online prayers led by HH Gyalwang Karmapa.
20th – 27th January 2021
The events will be live streamed here:
Sunday, 3 January 2021
Rinpoche has informed us that his mother, known fondly to his students as Ama-la, passed away quietly after a short illness on Christmas Eve, 24th December. The whole family were with her in Gangtok. Her cremation took place in Sikkim on Sunday 27th December and prayers were said by Lamas from Rumtek, Dodrupchen and the Sakya monasteries in keeping with principle of the all inclusive rimé school central to the teaching and practise of Ringu Tulku Rinpoche. If you would like to make an online donation for prayers to be said for his mother, there is a link at the bottom of this page https://bodhicharya.org/about/. Rinpoche has asked specifically that we keep Ama-la in our own prayers at this time. Please see his message below.
Tuesday, 1 December 2020
Sunday, 9 August 2020
Greetings to the Bodhicharya Sangha, in Ireland and beyond. At this year's virtual Summercamp, hosted by the Tsering Paldron and the Portuguese Sangha, with an Irish/Finnish technical team, Rinpoche was able to give teachings on Je Tsongkhapa's text, The Principle Aspects of the Path, under the broad title of 'Training and Path.' Practice and dialogue sessions were hosted via zoom by various members of the international sangha in Germany, US, UK, Ireland, Finland and elsewhere according to timezones and availability. There was a daily social breakfast which is continuing: please please see below.
The team hosted webinars and dialogues, and question and answer sessions with Rinpoche–who is currently based in Gangtok–throughout the week. The whole week provided a marvellous international forum for people to meet and exchange ideas as well as connect with Rinpoche as if he was in our own homes. It also served to connect folk with each other on every continent across the world, from New Zealand to India, to Colorado and Brazil, South Africa and Europe; many who might for various reasons otherwise feel fearful and isolated giving a strong sense of unity and hope.
The Irish Bodhicharya Sangha, facilitated by Ani Karma Trinley Paldron (Pat Murphy) met daily to practise the short White Tara Sadhana adapted by Tenga Rinpoche and the subject of a commentary and reading transmission by Ringu Tulku Rinpoche in June 2020, which can be accessed in the Bodhicharya Archives.
There will be a regular practice session for White Tara every Sunday morning at 11 am UK/ Irish time beginning 9th August 2020.
Karma Trinley also hosted an evening discussion group throughout the Summer camp and this will continue on the first Tuesday of the Month, 7-8pm UK/Ireland,
Karma Trinley firstname.lastname@example.org for access to White Tara and discussion groups.
Andy Lowe email@example.com for access to the monthly Zoom breakfast meetings. ( 2nd Sunday each month). All Bodhicharya Sangha are welcome to join these sessions wherever you are.