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The ultimate Dharmakaya, great bliss free from concept,
beyond the mind, unchanging coemergent wisdom.
How Marvelous! All apparent existence is Mahamudra.                                                               Jetsun Milarepa


Dear Dharma Friends!

5th- 10th June Khenpo Konchok Tashi Rinpoche
teachings in Tallinn, Estonia

Tuesday 5th June  6pm - 9pm Vajrasattva empowerment and practice together. Vajrasattva represents the “enjoyment body” and is associated with purification.

Wednesday 6th June 6pm - 9pm Chod instructions and practice together. Chöd means “cutting” (through the ego) and belongs to the Anu class of higher yoga tantras. Chöd comes from Machik Labdrön, one of the most famous female yoginis in the Tibetan tradition.

Thursday 7th June 6pm – 9pm Khenpo Konchok Tashi Rinpoche will perform special washing ritual to clean diseases, illness and obstacles.

8th- 10th June Teaching on Lord Jigten Sumgon’s Gongchik - Vows and Bodhicitta

Friday  8th June 6pm – 9pm Gonchig teaching

Saturday 9th June 10am – 6pm Gonchig teaching

Sunday 10th June 10am – 6pm Gonchig teaching

Teaching place: Narva maantee 91, Tallinn

Translation in English and Estonian

Fee: Tuesday-Friday 25€ per day
Sat, Sun 50€ per day
Full teaching (all six days) 150€

Lord Jigten Sumgon’s Gongchik — “Single Intent”— is widely considered as one of the most profound texts within the Tibetan tradition, and represents the entire Buddhist path from beginning to enlightenment. The teaching will focus on the sections covering vows and bodhicitta.

Khenpo Tashi Rinpoche enters Lamayuru Monastery at a very young age. He was ordained at 9 and became Khenpo after 12 years spent studing texts and buddhist philosophy. He then lead the Drikung Kagyu Institute of Deradhun for another 12 years as abbot an director.
Close disciple of the enlightened Master H. E. Drubwang Konchok Norbu Rinpoche, Khenpo Tashi spent 12 years in solitary retreats for a period of 15 years. He spent his retreats in Tatopani (Nepal) and in Lapchi (in the same cave as Milarepa).
Rinpoche is nowadays teaching across the globe and supervising retreats of numerous monks and yogis.

Gallery: Khenpo Konchok Tashi Rinpoche in Tallinn 2016

Gallery: Khenpo Konchok Tashi Rinpoche in Tallinn 2015

Gallery: Khenpo Konchok Tashi Rinpoche in Tallinn 2013


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