A Guide to the 37 Practices of a Bodhisattva, part 4
explained by Khenpo Chödrak Tenphel Rinpoche
translated by Kiki Ekselius
To be continued on
Saturday, 12. and Sunday 13. December 2020, 10.30-12.00 am (CEST)
Saturday, 19. and Sunday 20. December 2020, 10.30-12.00 am (CEST)
A Guide to the 37 Practices of a Bodhisattva is an ancient text, written in the 14th century by Togme Zangpo, a buddhist monk and scholar, who was born in Puljung, not far from one of the major Sakya monasteries of the Tsang-Region in Tibet. The 37 practices seek to make clear the day-to-day behaviour of a bodhisattva (a practitioner of the buddhist path, who aspires to attain buddha the enlightened state for the benefit of all sentient beings). It serves as a practical guide for individuals who seek to practice the path to enlightenment. Though short in length, a person could spend a lifetime perfecting the practices.
A pdf with the root text is avaible here: http://www.karma-samphel-ling.at/home/images/stories/pdf/37practices_roottext_english.pdf
Part 1 +2 : Saturday, 21. and Sunday 22. November 2020, 10.30-12.00 am (CEST)
Part 3 +4: Saturday, 28. and Sunday 29. November 2020, 10.30-12.00 am (CEST)
The teachings, transmitted in Tibetan and translated into English, will be available as livestream on Karma Samphel Ling's YouTube channel.
A translation into German will be provided within a week after the teaching on the Karma Samphel Ling YouTube channel.
The lectures will be available online after the Livestream via the respective YouTube channels, until further notice.
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