Public Lecture by Tang Rinpoche: Impermanence

When:
November 15, 2017 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm
2017-11-15T19:30:00+01:00
2017-11-15T21:30:00+01:00
Where:
Centre Culturel Tibétain Asbl
1 Rue Charlotte Engels
1482 Luxembourg

Tang Rinpoche will be teaching on the Buddhist concept of Impermanence, the absolute certainty that everything is subject to change, including our “self”. By understanding that nothing is ever permanent, we are able to more skilfully work with our emotions, our problems, and our lives. As Sogyal Rinpoche writes, “When we look deep into impermanence, we find it has another message, another face, one of great hope, and that opens our eyes to the fundamental nature of the universe, and our extraordinary relationship to it.”

Date: Wednesday, November 15th 2017

Time: 19:30 – 21:30 (door opens at 19:00)

Place: Centre Culturel Tibétain,
1, rue Charlotte Engels, L-1482 Luxembourg

Language: Tibetan with English translation

Price: 16€ (12€ for donating members, 14€ for regular members, 8€ for students/unemployed/retired)

Please pay by bank transfer to the Centre’s account:
IBAN: LU79 1111 2413 8246 0000 / BIC: CCPLLULL,
Centre Culturel Tibétain, Asbl
Reference: Public Teaching, 15 November

Registration: Please register by sending an e-mail to events@tibetculture.lu

Zhiltrul Choni Rangshar Rinpoche (“Tang Rinpoche”)

His Eminence Zhiltrul Choni Rangshar Rinpoche, also known as Tang Rinpoche, is a respected Dzogchen Master in Bhutan, and the abbot of an important monastery in Bumtang, Bhutan. Born in 1962 in eastern Tibet, Zhiltrul Choni Rangshar Rinpoche studied under great masters in Tibet, India, Nepal and Bhutan, including Khenpo Jigmé Phuntsok in Larung Gar, where he made a close connection with Lama Jigmé Namgyal. In 1996, Zhiltrul Choni Rangshar Rinpoche established himself in Bhutan, quickly becoming a well-respected teacher in the Bum-tang region, becoming known as “Tang Rinpoche”. In 1999, Khenpo Jigmé Phuntsok prophesied that Tang Rinpoche’s teachings would be of immense benefit not only for the Bhutanese people, but for all sentient beings. Today, Tang Rinpoche is among the preeminent teachers in Bhutan, his great work recognized by the Bhutanese Royal Family.

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