Sat, Feb 17|
Awakening Inner Happiness
With inimitable warmth, clarity and joy, Rinpoche will share ancient wisdom for the modern world. Guiding us through the stages of mind-training practice, we will explore the key Buddhist methods for awakening our true potential for wisdom, compassion and happiness.
Time & Location
Feb 17, 2024, 10:00 AM – 4:30 PM GMT+11
Watsons Bay, 335 Old South Head Rd, Watsons Bay NSW 2030, Australia
About the Event
For the first time in Australia, we welcome H.E. Gongkar Dorje Denpa Rinpoche, head of the Dzongpa lineage of Tibet's Sakya tradition.
With inimitable warmth, clarity and joy, Rinpoche will share ancient wisdom for the modern world. Guiding us through the stages of mind-training according to the classic teaching of the Sakya tradition, Parting from the Four Clingings. Starting from the ground up, we will explore all the key methods for awakening our true potential for wisdom, compassion and happiness.
The focus for this day of Dharma sharing will be how to integrate the view, meditation and spiritual conduct into our everyday life.
Rinpoche trained for many years from childhood in a traditional Tibetan monastic setting but later settled with his family in Taiwan. He has rich experience sharing the Dharma with a modern audience, having toured extensively in North America, Europe and Asia but this is his first time teaching in Australia. Don't miss this precious opportunity to meet an authentic yet accessible Tibetan Lama.
Standard registration includes a choice between available floor places and seats, copies of all the prayers and texts and a blessing from Rinpoche.
Silver tier sponsors are provided with preferred seating and a consecrated thangka.
Gold tier sponsors are granted preferred seating, an auspicious consecrated thangka, and the opportunity to enjoy a vegetarian lunch with Rinpoche.
No one experiencing financial hardship will be excluded from this event. To make a donation that's within your means please email email@example.com. All proceeds are in support of Rinpoche and the welfare of his Sangha.