Gyetrul Jigme Rinpoche: Creating a more responsible and compassionate society
May 3 / 7:30 PM - May 5 / 5:00 PM
Public talk Friday 3rd of Mai 7.30 pm
Program Saturday 4th and Sunday 5th of Mai 9am to 5 pm
The needs of our society and our planet must be met with compassion and wisdom. This enriching retreat will offer practical applications of Buddhist wisdom and values toward creating a more responsible and compassionate society. Gyetrul Jigme Rinpoche will also discuss Eco-Dharma, a holistic approach for developing ecological awareness and making environmental care fully part of our daily practice.
Gyetrul Jigme Rinpoche is the holder of two spiritual lineages, including both the Ripa Lineage into which he was born as well as the Pema Lingpa Lineage of Gyeling Orgyan Mindrolling monastery in the hidden land of Pemako, which he In addition to fulfilling his role as a spiritual teacher, Jigme Rinpoche began in September 1993 in Orissa, to fulfill his humanitarian role as a socially engaged Buddhist, a term he is happy to be known by, and which has become a central part of his life’s work. He founded the Pure Water Project, for which he received great admiration and a citation from His Holiness the Dalai Lama and the Tibetan Government in Exile.
Jigme Rinpoche is known for his fluency in English and his lively, direct, fluid, humorous and down to earth teaching style. His clear and fresh outlook very quickly cuts through cultural and personal misperceptions about the Buddhadharma, East and West, ancient ways and modern life, and individual confusion. Jigme Rinpoche’s teachings focus on the themes of openness, and a clear perception of life in its immediacy, unadorned by interpretation and judgment.
Info & Registration.: Ingrid Hoffellner (0699 111 69 701, firstname.lastname@example.org)
or Viola Durst (0680 117 81 47, email@example.com)
Price: 150 Euro (Registration and paying till 12th of April: 120 Euro
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