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Khenpo Tsultrim Gyamtso Rinpoche To Visit Wgtn

The Great Tibetan Yogi Poet, Khenpo Tsultrim Gyamtso Rinpoche Khenpo is one of the most senior teachers of the Buddhadharma in the Kagyu tradition.

Born in Kham in Eastern Tibet, he began practice as a child and became a cave and charnel yogi at an early age, travelling throughout Tibet. Mixing intense study of the buddhadharma with practice for many years he became "Khenpo", a realised master of the teachings.

Milarepa's Life and Songs Khenpo Tsultrim Gyamtso Rinpoche will teach about Milarepa's song on the Six Questions and how it helps our understanding of mind. Friday, 20 October, 7:30pm Registration 7:00pm 31 Hobson Crescent Thorndon, Wellington Cost: $10

Buddha Nature and Milarepa's Life and Songs The morning program will include teaching on the Buddha Nature from a chapter of the Uttara-Tantra-Shastra.

This teaching includes the profound teachings on buddha nature as the unconditional ground of existence. In the afternoon programme Khenpo will teach other Milarepa songs.

Sunday, 22 October, 9am to 5pm Registration 8:30am 31 Hobson Crescent Thorndon, Wellington Cost: $65 Pre-registration discount price $50 Registration Please make the cheque payable to Shambala Training. Send your name, address and phone number and payment to: Khenpo Programme 28B Mataroa Avenue, Northland, Wellington Early registration is encouraged as attendance is limited. For more information: call Marian or Colin on (04) 475 9223

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