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Rime Buddhist Center & Institute of Tibetan Studies
700 West Pennway St, Kansas City, Missouri 64108
Approaching Emptiness Through Compassion
Session 1: Friday, June 15, 7:30 pm — 9:30 pm
Session 2: Saturday, June 16th, 10:00 am — 12 noon
Session 3: Saturday, June 16th, 2:00 pm — 4:00 pm
This is the first part of a set of Thousand-arm Chenrezig practices related to Tong-Len adapted for westerners by Lama Thupten Yeshe of the Galugpa linage. There is not a specific text. This set of practices can be very intense. It is best taught to more experienced and stable practitioners.
It is important to note that it is a continuous teaching...that is, to go to the 2nd teaching, you must attend the first, and to go to the 3rd, you must have attended the 1st and 2nd. A person can stop after the 1st if they choose.
We are delighted to welcome back Lama Lena to the Rime Center. Lama Lena is a highly accomplished yogini in the Dzogchen tradition who will deliver very clear and accurate teachings on Dzogchen. She is accessible, easy to relate to, open to questions, and willing to deal directly with many of the questions to which we are seeking answers.
Dzogchen is a Tibetan word that means Great Perfection. On the outer level it refers to a method of meditative practice that enables us to recognize our true nature. Ultimately, great perfection is that very nature: the natural, primordially pure nature of mind.
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Lama Matt Rice
Email: [email protected]