Part 2: Lojong - Practices for Transforming the Mind
28th January to 3rd February - 2pm CET
With translation in English by Oriane Lavole
REGISTRATION FOR ONLINE PARTICIPATION CLOSES ON JANUARY 27, 2023. PLEASE DON'T FORGET TO REGISTER TO RECEIVE YOUR PERSONAL ZOOM ACCESS!
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The Tibetan word lo
means the thinking mind. The word jong
translates to train, work with, purify, or refine. Thus this term in Tibetan is usually translated as ‘mind training’. Lojong
teachings are also known formally as The Instructions for Training the Mind in the Mahayana Tradition
. These teachings were introduced to Tibet by lord Atisha
in the eleventh century.
Kyabjé Khenpo will guide participants through the pithy slogans used to soften and transform our minds and will give practical advice for practicing the bodhisattva path.
The seminar will take place onsite at Gomde Pyrénées and we hope that many of you will have the good fortune to attend in person. Khenpo-la has agreed that the seminar will also be live-streamed via Zoom. Recordings of the teachings will be accessible until one week after the seminars. We are delighted that this will allow participants across the globe to watch these precious teachings and take advantage of this extraordinary opportunity.
Please register early to avoid disappointment, as we have a limit on our Zoom participants. Please be sure to include your mobile phone number on your Billetweb registration so we can also contact you via WhatsApp with notifications on the teachings. You will receive your personal Zoom link via email one week before the start of the seminar.
The teachings with Kyabjé Khenpo will take place each day at 2pm CET for approximately one and a half hours. During the seminar we will also schedule time for question and answer sessions.
All participants are also warmly invited to join Gomde’s daily online morning and afternoon practices, led by Drubpön Lama Tenzin. Those sessions will take place at 7:00 am and 5:15 pm CET.
Participants are expected to commit to attending the seminar entirely and to prepare for each session by viewing the previous teaching either live or through the recordings. Please respect Kyabjé Khenpo’s wishes on this important attendance requirement.
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