Den tibetanske Nyingma mester Chamtrul Rinpoche holder 2 foredrag




We are very happy to welcome Chamtrul Rinpoche to Aarhus for the first time.
He will be teaching for two evenings at Øsal Ling.

Monday 11th March:
• 19:00-21:00 
• Topic: Analyzing the Connection between Body and Mind
• Registration email:
Tuesday 12th March
• 19:00-21:00 
• Topic: The Four Results of Karma
• Registration email:
Please register by email.
The teachings are on a donation basis. Please help as you can. All money donated will go directly to pay for expenses for the visit and to Chamtrul Rinpoche.
About Chamtrul Rinpoche:
Since 1996 he has been teaching in numerous Buddhist institutes around the world, and regularly at the Bodhicitta Dharma Centre in the Indian Himalayan town of Dharamsala. Over the years he has taught thousands of students from about a hundred different countries.
Always ready to give Dharma teachings wherever they are needed.
Chamtrul Rinpoche teaches in accordance to the students’ temperaments, interests, and capacities. His range of subjects include sutra, tantra and dzogchen.
In Chamtrul Rinpoche’s own words:
“Teaching is what I do in this life, wherever someone asks me to teach, I am there.
Without discriminating against anybody based on their gender, race, creed and so forth, I wish them to enjoy excellent peace and harmony.
I try to the best of my ability to promote the view, meditation and conduct of non-violence, which is the indispensable source for the spread and enhancement of the inner peace of mind.”
Chamtrul Rinpoches Background:
The present, Third Chamtrul Rinpoche, Lobsang Gyatso, is the recognized reincarnation of the Pema Nangsel Dorje, who was one of the heads of Mardo Tashi Choling Monastery in Tibet, and who was also the recognized reincarnation Kunzig Jigme Dorje. (The present Chamtrul Rinpoche is the eleventh in a line of recognized reincarnations – it is the last three who have formally been given the same title.)
At fourteen he entered Mardo Tashi Choling monastery, to study with the great dzogchen master Naljor Yeshe Wangchuk Rinpoche. Under this accomplished master he studied the preliminary practices (Ngondro), heat yoga (Tummo) and Dzogchen, and he completed the ngondro accumulation three consecutive times.
For many years he engaged in rigorous studies on the traditional fields of knowledge of a Buddhist scholar (studies of the Five Sciences curriculum) closely supervised by his main root lama, His Holiness Jigme Phuntsok Rinpoche, and he gained a vast and profound knowledge of sutra and tantra and was conferred the title ‘Khenpo’ – roughly equivalent to ‘Doctor of Buddhist Philosophy’.
From Katok Monastery he even got the traditional pandit’s hat of the Khenpos. Further, he received all the cycles of teachings, empowerments and transmissions from more than twenty five accomplished masters and scholars throughout India and Tibet.
Having completed his studies, he returned to Mardo Tashi Choling monastery (his monastery), opened a monastic college, and stayed there for a number of years to teach the monks.
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