September 28, 2018 @ 7:30 pm – September 30, 2018 @ 5:30 pm
An Invitation from Crystal Mountain Society &
The Vancouver Namgyal Yangzab Community Dharma Teachings:
Bodhicitta and Mindfulness & Empowerment of Chenresig & Consciousness Transference (Phowa)
Lama Mark Webber
(Lama Yongdu Gyaltsen)
September the 28th (evening) 29th & 30th, 2018
September 28th, 7:30 pm: Profound intent and purpose. Practices and contemplations whereby mindfulness when unified with Bodhicitta becomes a means to unfold great compassion and liberation.
September 29th, 9:30 am: The Empowerment of Chenresig and its meditation in the tradition of Orgyen Nüden Dorje
September 29th, 3:30 pm: Lama Mark will lead group sessions and teach on Phowa (consciousness transference), from the practice text called The Ruby Garland by the 19th century saint Lho Orgyen Nüden Dorje.
September 30th, 9:30 am & 3:30 pm: Lama Mark will lead group sessions and teach on Phowa (consciousness transference), from the practice text called The Ruby Garland by the 19th century saint Lho Orgyen Nüden Dorje.
Location: The Pema Tamdrin Ling Buddhist Centre –
1555 MacDonald Avenue Burnaby
Contact person: Saskia Soeterik e-mail: email@example.com 604.926.7398
Registration costs: $65 to cover the expenses of hosting the teachings in Burnaby/Vancouver.
(Please register prior to the the weekend.)
Dana/Donations: Support for the teacher is given separately from the registration costs. Please give generously!
No one will be turned away for lack of funds
Lama Mark (Lama Yongdu Chokyi Gyaltsen) has been studying and teaching Buddha-dharma for over forty years. For thirty years his main root teacher was the great Ven. Karma Tenzin Namgyal Rinpoche who taught all three cycles of the Buddha’s teachings, including Abhidhamma, Vipassana in the lineage of Mahāsi Sayādaw, generation and completion stage practices of the Tantrayana and Mahamudra/Dzogchen of many lineages, especially of the Karma Kagyu and Sakya. More recently under the guidance and request of Drikung Lho Ontul Rinpoche, Lama Mark has been teaching principally the richness of the Drikung Mahamudra and Drikung Yangzab Dzogchen traditions.
Lama Mark has a deep and long term interest and collaboration in a number of scientific fields and the arts which he integrates with the teaching of Buddhism.
His compassionate activities demonstrate a profound commitment to freeing beings from innumerable suffering states. Lama Mark’s emphasis with practitioners and students is on uncovering pure Dharma to reveal its extraordinary benefits and share the great joy of its deep study, meditative practices and integration into all aspects of our lives.
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