Lama Thinley to treach on Guru Rinpoche, Aug 21-24

Guru Rinpoche Teachings and Public Talk 

by Lama Thinley Dukpa

 21-24 August 2015

at the 

Herman Rednick Center, north of Questa, New Mexico

 

We are honored and very happy to announce that Lama Thinley Dukpa of Portland, Oregon, will come to the our center (KMGS) to offer the empowerment and teachings on the Tibetan Kagyu practice of Guru Rinpoche (also known as Konchog Chidu or Padmasambhava). Lama Thinley is profoundly connected to the Guru Rinpoche teachings both through his teachers and through his family.

Requirements: Participants need to have already received this empowerment or attend the Saturday afternoon empowerment offered by Lama Thinley. Refuge is required to attend the empowerment; for those who would like to receive it for the first time, Lama Thinley will offer that as well on Saturday morning. 

Location for all activities: The Herman Rednick Center, 40 Lorien Road, 7 miles north of Questa, New Mexico

Cost: Suggested donation of $15 per session (refuge, teachings, practice...)

Schedule

Friday evening, August 21               

     Public talk                                       7pm

Saturday, August 22

     Refuge Vow Ceremony                  10-noon

     Potluck                                            noon

     Guru Rinpoche Empowerment       2-4pm

Sunday, August 23

     Teachings on Konchog Chidu        10-noon

     Potluck lunch                                  noon

     Group practice of Konchog Chidu   2-4pm

Monday, August 24

     Kunchog Chidu retreat day              All Day

 

Lama Thinley Dukpa completed a 3-year retreat in the Longchen Nyingthik tradition in his home country of Bhutan. After meeting the His Eminence Kalu Rinpoche, Lama Thinley accomplished a second 3-year retreat in the Kagyu and Shangpa Kagyu tradition under Bokar Rinpoche. Having lived in the West for several decades, Lama Thinley currently resides in Portland where he offers meditation practice on Saturdays & Sundays and continues his making of thangka paintings and tormas.

Please contact me if you wish to take refuge with Lama Thinley before taking the empowerment, and for any related questions. Also, for any other questions I might help with, or for directions.

This teaching is made possible by the two groups that have laid the ground work of  our center, as well as the dedicated practitioners and supporters who live here. Gratitude to Earth Journey, Inc. and The Herman Rednick Trust, and also, deepest gratitude to Lama Thinley and the other lamas who visit us, offering the precious Dharma.

Gabrielle -gabrielle.herbertson@gmail.com