Dharma teaching on “The Three Principal Paths of Buddhist Practice” on SATURDAY March 3rd by Mattia Salvini

Mattia Salvini will be giving Dharma teaching on “The Three Principal Paths of Buddhist Practice” on SATURDAY March 3rd, 2pm-5pm

The Three Principal Paths of Buddhist Practice

This teaching, from my revered Tibetan Guru, offers a concise overview of the main points of Buddhist practice, grouped under Renunciation, Bodhicitta, and Perfect View. Anyone interested is welcome to attend. 

Location
Welcome palace apartment (ram’s home). For directions please see below. Please feel free to call ram at 0819855564 or email contact us here for more info and feel free to invite others who might be interested as well.

Date/Time
2pm-5pm, Saturday 3rd March 2012

RSVP Please let us know if you’ll be coming by clicking “Attend” on the Mongkol Sri facebook page or contact us here

This event is free of charge suitable for everyone from beginner to advanced practitioner.
Please share this event with others who might be interested as well and if you wish, you could bring some vegetarian snacks and drinks which will be shared with others.

About Mattia Salvini

Mattia Salvini studied Buddhism mostly through Sanskrit and Tibetan, under the guidance of Indian and Tibetan Gurus (in India and in Nepal). Now he teaches Indian and Tibetan Buddhism at the International PhD Programme in Buddhist Studies, Mahidol University, while writing about Buddhism and translating Buddhist texts from the Sanskrit. In the past he has taught at the Centre of Buddhist Studies of Kathmandu University and in the International Buddhist College in Songkhla.

Directions
Welcome Palace Apartment (Ram’s place) on Naret rd. (a one way street), off of Sriphraya road. If you are coming by Sub-way (easiest) you can take the Samyan station exit in front of the temple then catch a Taxi or take a Motorbike Taxi (20 Baht) from there by telling them to go to Bangrak Police station. If coming by BTS you can get off at Saladaeng station and take a taxi from there as well. You can just tell the taxi to come to the Bangrak police station if you are coming directly from elsewhere. Once at the police station, my building is an old white building just before the station, come on the 12th floor on the right side and you’ll see a big door and I’ll be in there. If you see a lot of Africans in the building it means that you are in the right building.

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