Dharma teaching/retreat ปฏิบัติธรรม 20-25 Feb 2013/กุมภาพันธ์ 2556 by Khenpo Phuntsho Tashi who is the author of several books and a director of the National Musuem of Bhutan โดย เคนโป พุนโช ตาชิ ผู้อำนวยการพิพิธภัณฑ์แห่งชาติ ประเทศภูฏาน

Dharma teaching/retreat ปฏิบัติธรรม 20-25 Feb 2013/กุมภาพันธ์ 2556 by Khenpo Phuntsho Tashi who is the author of several books and a director of the National Musuem of Bhutan โดย เคนโป พุนโช ตาชิ ผู้อำนวยการพิพิธภัณฑ์แห่งชาติ ประเทศภูฏาน

Khenpo Phuntsho Tashi

Venue/สถานที่: ศาลาธรรม จ. ปทุมธานี
Map/แผนที่: http://goo.gl/maps/b47ty

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Program includes:
Wednesday 20th Feb
-Introduction to What the Buddha Taught
-Preciousness of human life free from the 8 inconveniences

Thursday 21st Feb
-Introduction and benefit to Calm Abiding Meditation
-Impermanence

Friday 22nd Feb
-View, Meditation and Conduct
-Disadvantages of being born in the Samsara

Saturday 23rd Feb
-Generosity and Moral Discipline
-Cause and Effect of nature of Karma

Sunday 24th Feb
-Selflessness of a person
-Three experiences of meditation
-Deviation or wrong path of meditation

Monday 25th Feb
-Four Boundless love, compassion, joy and equilibrium

Khenpo Phuntsok Tashi was born in Eastern Bhutan and later studied under various enlightened masters both within and outside the Kingdom. He has earned a Master’s degree in Buddhist Philosophy. Diploma in International Communication from the City University, London. He has been teaching meditation and Buddhism for more than fifteen years in Bhutan and abroad in Europe, the United States and Southeast Asia. A very clear and articulate teacher, many of Khenpo’s students describe his instructions as eloquent and sharp. His sense of humour and warm personality, which are in true Bhutanese style, join with his character to endear him to his students and guest audiences. Also a prolific scholar, Khenpo has written numerous articles and books, as well as presented his research at several national and international academic and cultural forums. He is a champion of Bhutan’s development policy of Gross National Happiness, finding it greatly congruent with Buddhist philosophy. He strongly believes that happiness is a positive mental state which results from cultivation of contentment, non-violence and the never-ending wish to help others at all times.

Registration/Contact/ติดต่อ: 0818417855 or/หรือ 0840951828

Retreat schedule/ตารางเวลาอบรม

Day 1 – Wednesday

วันที่ 1 วันพุธ

Time เวลา           Session or topic หัวข้อบรรยาย

06:00 am           Chanting the words of the Buddha and breathing meditation (Group or                     individual in their rooms)

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