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Special Dharma Classes

 

 

Geshe Kalsang Rapgyal offers special classes throughout the year for students interested in deepening their understanding of the Dharma.  These classes require registration, which is accessible at the link following them.

A Method of Offering the Guru, The Profound Path Entitled the Indivisibility of Bliss and Emptiness (The Practice of Guru Yoga) with Geshe Kalsang Rapgyal

Sunday, Sept 14 – Nov 17, 2019, 1:00 – 2:30pm

The text “A Method of Offering the Guru, The Profound Path Entitled the Indivisibility of Bliss and Emptiness (The Practice of Guru Yoga)” is composed by Fourth Panchen Lama, Lobsang Choekyi Gyaltsen. He was born in year 1570, and had attained highest status among the scholars of Tibet in both Sutra and Tantra traditions, through the completions of hearing, contemplation and meditation. He became the holder of the Tsongkhapa’s teachings and has trained numerous followers including The Great Fifth Dalai Lama. As he says “the foundation of all the prosperities of those who are seeking liberation; the roots of all the unlimited unique and common attainments; the essence and summary of all the instructions of the yogic practitioners of supreme vehicle …” this profound path of the indivisibility of bliss and emptiness – The Guru Yoga teaching comprised all the components of preliminary, actual stage and conclusion. This is sacred text that presents the content of both Sutra and Tantra vehicles.

Registration Required HERE

Or by calling 502-614-5656

CHANTED PRAYER PRACTICE CLASS with Geshe Rapgyal

3 Mondays: February 25, March 17 and 11, 6:00 – 7:00pm

Deepen your understanding about the meaning of the daily chanted prayers, while also honing your Tibetan pronunciation. 

Registration Required HERE

or by calling 502-614-5616. 

The $30 suggested donation helps us maintain our center for the benefit of the community. 

 

TEACHING AND PRACTICE OF TRADITIONAL GREAT MAHAMUDRA with Geshe Kalsang Rapgyal

16 Week Class:  Sundays, March 17 – July 14, 2019, 1:00 – 2:30pm

Committed students of the Buddhist Dharma are invited to learn how to develop single-pointed concentration through focusing on the mind, gain insight into the ultimate nature of the mind, and explore the preliminary practices that serve as the foundation for Traditional Great Mahamudra.  In this special class offering, Geshe-la will help students to integrate these teachings into one’s practices.

Learn more about the conditions requested of all interested, on the website.   

 

Geshe Rapgyal offers this special teaching for the benefit of the students.  In gratitude and support for a center from which to teach, we ask that all students offer $150 for this special class.

 

Please register by March 17 HERE

or by calling 502-614-5616.