Chod Ngondro explanation by Lama Rinchen in Bangkok Jan-Feb 2016

Ven. Lama Rinchen in-depth Chöd Ngondro explanation

Chod Teachings

Ven. Lama Rinchen will offer a very detailed explanation of the Chöd Ngondro, which contains the View of the great Prajñāpāramitā, Mahāmudrā and Dzogchen, and which includes the foundational set of practices that come at the forefront of most Vajrayāna systems.

The teachings will be conducted over 3 weekends from 2pm-6pm on each day total of 7 sessions–

Date/Time (2016): 
Saturday Jan 23: 2pm-6pm
Sunday Jan 24: 2pm-6pm
Saturday Jan 30: 2pm-6pm
Sunday Jan 31: 2pm-6pm
Friday Feb 5: 2pm-6pm
Saturday Feb 6: 2pm-6pm
Sunday Feb 7: 2pm-6pm

Venue: Windsor Tower apartment unit 20B, opposite Windsor hotel on Sukhumvit soi 20. Easily reachable via BTS Asoke/MRT Sukhumvit station.

Cost: Baht800 per person to cover the cost of text which will be used and remaining will be made as a donation to the Lama.

Payment detail–
Bank:Kasikorn Bank
Branch: Silom Branch
Account type: Savings account
Account number: 001-2-79564-7
Account name: Ram Narula

(If you would like to make donation for Lama’s traveling expenses such as airfare and other related costs do let me know.)

Signup/Questions please feel free to contact us using the contact us button above or call at 081-9855564

Chod retreat with Lama Rinchen – Sep 17-20 2015

Lama Rinchen Phuntsok

Lama Rinchen Phuntsok Chod retreat in Thailand Sep 17-20 2015

Chöd retreat Sep 17-20 with Lama Rinchen

 

We would like to invite you to Chod retreat which will be held from September 17th to September 20th in Thailand
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Chöd https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ch%C3%B6d
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According to Mahayana Buddhists, emptiness is the ultimate wisdom of understanding that all things lack inherent existence. Chöd combines prajñāpāramitā philosophy with specific meditation methods and tantric ritual. The chod practitioner seeks to tap the power of fear through activities such as rituals set in graveyards, and visualisation of offering their bodies in a tantric feast in order to put their understanding of emptiness to the ultimate test.
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About Lama Rinchen http://dongakcholing.org/LamaRinchen.html
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The Venerable Lama Rinchen Phuntsok is a skillfull teacher with a light and joyful manner. He is a scholar and meditation master of the Tibetan Buddhist Tradition. Born in Tibet, Lama Rinchen began receiving instruction in the traditions of Tibetan Buddhism at the age of six in Tsasum Chokhorling Monastery in Tibet. After he left Tibet in 1958, he studied at Young Lama’s Home School in Dalhousie, The Buddhist Monastic School in Rewalsar, Nyingmapa Lama’s College in Dehra-Dun, and Zongdog Palri Monastery in Kalimpong. Lama Rinchen graduated from Sanskrit University in Varanasi India where he completed advanced studies in Sutrayana Buddhist philosophy and scriptures, commentaries, logic, literature, history, and the major sciences of the Tibetan curriculum.

To complete his training in Vajrayana Nyingma School studies, he served as private secretary to the late His Holiness Dudjom Rinpoche, supreme Head of the Nyingma order of Tibetan Buddhism for over fifteen years. During that time he received all the important empowerments, transmissions, essential instructions, the oral teaching of Nyingma Kama, and the Profound Rediscovered Teachings of Terma of the great Lotus Born Teacher, Guru Padmasambhava, the founder of Vajravana Buddhism.

Venue: About 2-3 hours out of Bangkok, we will keep you informed.

Cost: 4000-4500Baht per person, all meals and text included (transport cost not included)

Limited places available, kindly signup at your earliest convenience.

This retreat is suitable for all levels of practitioners.

Contact: (Eng) 0819855564, (Thai) 0894817754
Email: ram@pluslab.com

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

มีแปลเป็นภาษาไทย

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)

สวดมนต์ และปฏิบัติอานาปานสติ (เป็นกลุ่มหรือแยกปฏิบัติเดี่ยวในห้อง)
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Meditation and Healing retreat with Lama Rinchen Phuntsok August 11-13 2012 in Huahin

Saturday August 11 – Monday August 13 (long-weekend public holiday)
(the retreat registration form is below)

“Meditation and healing” retreat in Huahin (3 hours south of Bangkok), accommodation will be provided in few cottages and tents.

Retreat fees: Baht500 per person (all meals and place to sleep included)

Retreat starts on Saturday day time and ends on Monday afternoon, it will be helpful if you can manage to get there by yourself but if cannot then we can try to put you on some of other participants’ car if available (you might be required to help pay for some gasoline).

About Lama Rinchen Phuntsok

The Venerable Lama Rinchen Phuntsok is a skillful teacher with a light and joyful manner. He is a scholar and meditation master of the Tibetan Buddhist Tradition. Born in Tibet, Lama Rinchen began receiving instruction in the traditions of Tibetan Buddhism at the age of six in Tsasum Chokhorling Monastery in Tibet. After he left Tibet in 1958, he studied at Young Lama’s Home School in Dalhousie, The Buddhist Monastic School in Rewalsar, Nyingmapa Lama’s College in Dehra-Dun, and Zongdog Palri Monastery in Kalimpong. Lama Rinchen graduated from Sanskrit University in Varanasi India where he completed advanced studies in Sutrayana Buddhist philosophy and scriptures, commentaries, logic, literature, history, and the major sciences of the Tibetan curriculum.

For many years Lama Rinchen was in charge of Zangdog Palri Monastery in India and also Urgyen Dongag, Choling Monastery in Kathmandu, Nepal. In 1980, His Holiness Dudjom Rinpoche asked him to come to the United States to teach in his New York center where Lama Rinchen was director and resident Lama for four years. Since then he has lectured widely throughout the United States and Europe at centers, colleges, and universities. (…)
For more information please check http://dongakcholing.org/LamaRinchen.html

 

Location: Rai rak thamma-chat west of Huahin downtown about 45 minutes by public bus. If you are coming from Huahin town, take public transport (a truck with roof on the back) to Pa-la-oo waterfall and on the way you’ll see Tibetan temple on the left side, about 500 meters past that on the right side is the outer entrance to the retreat center area, come inside until you meet us.

Note

  • The above costs do not include transportation cost from Bangkok to Huahin and back.
  • In the case where there are not enough cabins for everyone then accommodation will be provided in tents. So if you can bring tents for yourself and others, please let us know, we might need to borrow them.

Overseas participants:
If you’ll be coming to this retreat from overseas then please contact us and let us know your travel plans so we can assist you properly.

 

For more information please contact 081-9855564

Shamatha and Vipashyana retreat Aug 2nd – 5th 2012 with Lama Rinchen Phuntsok บรรยายธรรมและฝึกสมาธิสมัถ และ วิปัสสนา จ. เชียงราย 2-5 สิงหาคม โดยพระลามะ รินเชน พุนสก

“Shamatha and Vipashyana” (Calm abiding and Insight) meditation 4 days retreat in Chieng Rai from August 2nd to August 5th (4 days long-weekend public holiday) at The New Life Foundation, please try to arrive by August 1st evening (http://www.newlifethaifoundation.com/retreats/4-day-shamatha-and-vipashyana-retreat/)

บรรยายธรรมและฝึกสมาธิสมัถ และ วิปัสสนา จ. เชียงราย 2-5 สิงหาคม วันหยุดยาว ควรจะมาถึงสถานที่ภายในวันที่ 1 (มีแปลไทย)
สอบถามข้อมูลเพิ่มเติมได้ที่ 081-9855564
ลงทะเบียนได้ที่  http://www.newlifethaifoundation.com/retreats/4-day-shamatha-and-vipashyana-retreat/

Please note that the weekend of the retreat is a long-weekend public holiday so would be good to book your travel early. Please try to arrive at the retreat venue on August 1st evening or early morning on August 2nd. 

For more information please contact us here, for reservation please contact retreats@newlifethaifoundation.com

 

Shamatha and Vipashyana

“Shamatha” or Calm Abiding takes the meditator to the stage where emotional conflict and disturbing trains of thought are eliminated in a state of thoughtful concentration which is calm and peaceful. In this peaceful and calm condition nothing disturbs equanimity, whether coming from outside or inside the mind. It is a state untroubled by attachments and aversions.

 At the same time the insight which is engendered by one pointed absorption allows clear vision of one’s own mind and the nature of things. This is called “Vipashyana” or Insight, which is a clear mind with an incisive insight into the nature of reality. Calmness and clarity allow the mind freedom to be in the here and now.

 

The other teaching programs are yet to be finalized. We will keep you posted and you can check at Mongkol Sri facebook page and also at www.mongkol.org

 

We are also raising fund for the payment of his flight ticket and other traveling expenses so if you would like to make a contribution please contact us here or call me at 081-9855564. The balance from the contribution will be directly donated to Lama Rinchen.

 

Here is a brief biography of Lama Rinchen:

Venerable Lama Rinchen Phuntsok is a skillfull teacher with a light and joyful manner. He is a scholar and meditation master of the Tibetan Buddhist Tradition. Born in Tibet, Lama Rinchen began receiving instruction in the traditions of Tibetan Buddhism at the age of six in Tsasum Chokhorling Monastery in Tibet. After he left Tibet in 1958, he studied at Young Lama’s Home School in Dalhousie, The Buddhist Monastic School in Rewalsar, Nyingmapa Lama’s College in Dehra-Dun, and Zongdog Palri Monastery in Kalimpong. Lama Rinchen graduated from Sanskrit University in Varanasi India where he completed advanced studies in Sutrayana Buddhist philosophy and scriptures, commentaries, logic, literature, history, and the major sciences of the Tibetan curriculum.

 

To complete his training in Vajrayana Nyingma School studies, he served as private secretary to the late His Holiness Dudjom Rinpoche, supreme Head of the Nyingma order of Tibetan Buddhism for over fifteen years. During that time he received all the important empowerments, transmissions, essential instructions, the oral teaching of Nyingma Kama, and the Profound Rediscovered Teachings of Terma of the great Lotus Born Teacher, Guru Padmasambhava, the founder of Vajravana Buddhism. For many years Lama Rinchen was in charge of Zangdog Palri Monastery in India and also Urgyen Dongag, Choling Monastery in Kathmandu, Nepal. In 1980, His Holiness Dudjom Rinpoche asked him to come to the United States to teach in his New York center where Lama Rinchen was director and resident Lama for four years. Since then he has lectured widely throughout the United States and Europe at centers, colleges, and universities. Lama Rinchen visits his students every year and stays in St. Louis to give teachings and empowerments for several weeks during his U.S. tour. He also has students in New York, California, Colorado, New Mexico, etc., as he continues to spread the teachings of the Dudjom Lineage.

(http://dongakcholing.org/LamaRinchen.html)

 

 

Vipassana retreat with Luang Por Tee for 6 days 29 April-4th May 2012 “วิปัสสนาภาวนา” โดย หลวงพ่อธี วิจิตฺตธมฺโม ในวันอาทิตย์ที่ ๒๙ เม.ย.-วันศุกร์ที่ ๔ พ.ค. ๒๕๕๕ (๖ วัน)

Vipassana retreat with Luang Por Tee for 6 days from 29 April till 4th May 2012
For more information please contact 089-0896320 084-0864911

ประชาสัมพันธ์การอบรม “วิปัสสนาภาวนา” โดย หลวงพ่อธี วิจิตฺตธมฺโม (www.luangportee.com)
ในวันอาทิตย์ที่ ๒๙ เม.ย. ถึง วันศุกร์ที่ ๔ พ.ค. ๒๕๕๕ (จำนวน ๖ วัน)
ณ มูลนิธิมายาโคตมี กรุงเทพกรีฑา ๒๐ แยก ๗ เขตสะพานสูง กทม.
ติดต่อเพิ่มเติม คุณพชรวีร์ (อั๊ง) โทร. 089-0896320 084-0864911
ผู้เข้าปฏิบัติยินดีร่วมกันรักษาศีล ๘ ทานมังสวิรัติ รักษาความเงียบสงบ งดการพูดคุยกันระหว่างปฏิบัติ แต่งกายด้วยเสื้อผ้าที่สีไม่ฉูดฉาด สุภาพ เรียบร้อย ปกปิดร่างกายได้มิดชิด

Retreat – Vajrasattva: Teachings and Practice with Lama Rinchen Phuntsok Dec 24th 2011 in Huahin

Vajrasattva: Teachings and Practice”

Retreat in December 2011 with

Venerable Lama Rinchen Phuntsok

Huahin, Thailand (3 hrs South of Bangkok)

 

How are you doing? Hope you all are doing well. I hope you all remember Lama Rinchen Phuntsok who came to give Dharma teaching in July in Bangkok.

This retreat is for all levels of practitioners from beginner to advanced, all can join.

For those who haven’t met him:
Venerable Lama Rinchen Phuntsok is a skillfull teacher with a light and joyful manner. He is a scholar and meditation master of the Tibetan Buddhist Tradition. Born in Tibet, Lama Rinchen began receiving instruction in the traditions of Tibetan Buddhism at the age of six in Tsasum Chokhorling Monastery in Tibet. After he left Tibet in 1958, he studied at Young Lama’s Home School in Dalhousie, The Buddhist Monastic School in Rewalsar, Nyingmapa Lama’s College in Dehra-Dun, and Zongdog Palri Monastery in Kalimpong. Lama Rinchen graduated from Sanskrit University in Varanasi India where he completed advanced studies in Sutrayana Buddhist philosophy and scriptures, commentaries, logic, literature, history, and the major sciences of the Tibetan curriculum. To complete his training in Vajrayana Nyingma School studies, he served as private secretary to the late His Holiness Dudjom Rinpoche, supreme Head of the Nyingma order of Tibetan Buddhism for over fifteen years. During that time he received all the important empowerments, transmissions, essential instructions, the oral teaching of Nyingma Kama, and the Profound Rediscovered Teachings of Terma of the great Lotus Born Teacher, Guru Padmasambhava, the founder of Vajravana Buddhism. For many years Lama Rinchen was in charge of Zangdog Palri Monastery in India and also Urgyen Dongag, Choling Monastery in Kathmandu, Nepal. In 1980, His Holiness Dudjom Rinpoche asked him to come to the United States to teach in his New York center where Lama Rinchen was director and resident Lama for four years. Since then he has lectured widely throughout the United States and Europe at centers, colleges, and universities. Lama Rinchen visits his students every year and stays in St. Louis to give teachings and empowerments for several weeks during his U.S. tour. He also has students in New York, California, Colorado, New Mexico, etc., as he continues to spread the teachings of the Dudjom Lineage.

(http://dongakcholing.org/LamaRinchen.html)

 

Retreat in Huahin, Thailand

 2 days retreat (Cost: Baht 500, 1 night stay included along with all meals)
-The 2 days session will start on Saturday December 24th and ends on Sunday December 25th .

 9 days retreat (Cost: Baht 2000, 8 nights stay included along with all meals)
-The 9 days session will the continuation from the 2 days retreat which starts on December 24th and will end on January the 1st 2012.

Location: Rai rak thamma-chat west of Huahin downtown about 45 minutes by public bus. If you are coming from Huahin town, take public transport (a truck with roof on the back) to Pa-la-oo waterfall and on the way you’ll see Tibetan temple on the left side, about 500 meters past that on the right side is the outer entrance to the retreat center area, come inside until you meet us.

Note

  • The above costs do not include transportation cost from Bangkok to Huahin and back. As soon as we find out the number of participants then we will inform you the transport costs.
  • In the case where there are not enough cabins for everyone then accommodation will be provided in tents. So if you can bring tents for yourself and others, please let us know, we might need to borrow them.

Overseas participants:
If you’ll be coming to this retreat from overseas then please contact us and let us know your travel plans so we can assist you properly.

Vajrasattva practice is very much related to purification of all negative karma which we have committed in this life and countless lives before. So this is a very powerful and useful practice.

In the past, while on the path of learning, Vajrasattva made the following aspiration: (from Rigpawiki)

In future, when I reach complete and perfect buddhahood, may those who have committed the five crimes with immediate retribution, or anyone whose samaya commitments have been impaired, be purified entirely of all their harmful actions and impairments merely by hearing my name, thinking of me, or reciting the hundred syllables, the most majestic of all the secret mantras! Until this is brought about may I remain without awakening!
And:
May I be present before all those with impairments and breakages of samaya commitments and may I purify all their obscurations!

 

Signing up
(Please note that the number of places are limited so please sign up immediately so we can reserve a place for you, also note that we might be sleeping in tents if cabin runs out, so if you have tents please bring them along.)

To sign up, please email ram@pluslab.com with the following information:-

Full name:
Contact telephone number:
Emergency contact/next of kin contact information:
Special request/requirement:
2 days
(Baht 500) or 9 days (Baht 2000) retreat:

For more information please email ram@pluslab.com or call Ram at 081-9855564

Dharma practitioner get together 26 Feb 2011 งานพบปะผู้ปฏิบัติธรรมในวันที่ 26 กุมภาพันธ์ 2554

You are invited to Dharma practitioner get together event on Saturday 26 Feb 2011 at Silom City hotel as per the schedule below. Please feel free to come and join us.
Map: http://www.silomcityhotel.com/location.htm

ขอเชิญร่วมงานพบปะผู้ปฏิบัติธรรมในวันเสาร์ที่ 26 กุมภาพันธ์ 2554 ณ โรงแรมสีลม ซิตี้ ซอยสีลม 22 (ซอยประชุม) ตามรายละเอียดด้านล่าง
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Kyabgon Phakchok Rinpoche visit Jan 2011 Thailand – PHOTO ภาพถ่าย สมเด็จพักชก ริมโปเช มกราคม 2554

Photos from HH. Phakchok Rinpoche visit to Bangkok in January 2011
ภาพถ่ายจากงานบรรยายต่างๆในกรุงเทพฯ ของสมเด็จพักชก ริมโปเช ในเดือน มกราคม 2554


Ringu Tulku Rinpoche visit to Bangkok 2-15 Feb 2011

This February 2011 well known Tibetan meditation master, Abbot, professor and writer Ringu Tulku Rinpoche will be teaching at various venues around Thailand. Be sure not to miss this eminent teacher who is well known for his erudition and excellent communication in English.

ริงกุ ทุลกุ ริมโปเช บรรยายธรรม 2-15 กุมภาพันธ์  Ringu Tulku Rinpoche Dharma talk 2-15 February

รายละเอียดเพิ่มเติม/additional information please check: http://littlebang.org/2011/01/13/ringu-tulku-rinpoche-bkk-feb-2011/

ริงกุ ทุลกุ รินโปเช เกิดปี 1952 ที่แคว้นขาม ในทิเบตตะวันออก ได้รับการสั่งสอนจากพระอาจารย์ที่ยิ่งใหญ่แห่งศตวรรษที่ 16 ได้แก่ HH the 16th Gyalwang Karmapa and HH Dilgo Khentse Rinpoche และได้ศึกษาที่สถาบันนัมกยัล ที่มีชื่อเสียงของโลกที่สนับสนุนให้นักวิจัยสนใจศิลปะและวัฒนธรรมทิเบต และที่มหาวิทยาลัยสัมปุระนานันด์สันสกฤต ท่านได้เดินทางไปสอนพระพุทธศาสนาและการนั่งสมาธิที่มหาวิทยาลัยและศูนย์ปฏิบัติธรรมต่างๆ ในยุโรป สหรัฐอเมริกา แคนาดา และเอเชีย ท่านยังแต่งหนังสือพระพุทธศาสนาทั้งในภาษาทิเบตและยุโรปอีกด้วย

Ringu Tulku Rinpoche is a Tibetan Buddhist Master of the Kagyu Order. He was trained in all schools of Tibetan Buddhism under many great masters including HH the 16th Gyalwang Karmapa and HH Dilgo Khentse Rinpoche. He took his formal education at Namgyal Institute of Tibetology, Sikkim and Sampurnananda Sanskrit University, Varanasi, India and has served as Tibetan Textbook Writer and Professor of Tibetan Studies in Sikkim for 25 years.

Since 1990 he has been travelling and teaching Buddhism and Meditation at Universities, Institutes and Buddhist Centers in Europe, USA, Canada, Australia and Asia. He also participates in various interfaith and Science and Buddhist dialogues. He authored several books on Buddhism as well as some children’s books both in Tibetan and European languages.

วันพุธที่ 2 กุมภาพันธ์ 2554, 17.30-20.00 น. ธรรมบรรยาย “ศิลปะแห่งความสุข” (มีแปลไทย)

ณ สวนโมกข์กรุงเทพ (หอจดหมายเหตุพุทธทาส อินทปัญโญ) ข้างสวนรถไฟ ใกล้สถานีรถไฟฟ้าบีทีเอส หมอชิต

แปลไทยโดย รศ.ดร. กฤษดาวรรณ หงศ์ลดารมภ์

Wednesday February 2nd, at 5:30pm – 8:00pm Dharma Talk on “The Art of Happiness” , talk will be in English with Thai translation

Venue: Buddhadasa Indapanno Archives (BIA), Suan Mok Krunthep, next to Mo-chit BTS station


วันพฤหัสบดีที่ 3 กุมภาพันธ์ 2554, 18.30-20.30 น. ธรรมบรรยาย “อริยะสัจจ์ ๔ – จากมุมมองของวัชรยาน” (ไม่มีแปลไทย)

ณ หอประชุมพุทธคยา อาคารอัมรินทร์พลาซ่า (สี่แยกราชประสงค์ – บีทีเอสชิดลม) ชั้น 22 ถ.เพลินจิต

Thursday February 3rd, at 6:30pm – 8:30pm Dharma Talk on “The Four Noble Truths – a Vajrayana Perspective” , talk will be in English only

Venue: DMG Bodhgaya Hall, Amarin Plaza 22nd floor (Chit Lom BTS)


วันจันทร์ที่ 7 กุมภาพันธ์ 2554, 19.00-21.30 น. ธรรมบรรยาย “คำแนะนำสู่การปฏิบัติ มหามุทรา” (ไม่มีแปลไทย)

ณ ศูนย์ชัมบาละ ถนน นราธิวาสฯ ซอย 15 ต้องจองล่วงหน้า http://bangkok.shambhala.info 02 788 7488

Monday February 7th, at 7:00pm – 9:00pm Dharma Talk on “An Introduction to Mahamudra” , talk will be in English only

Venue: Bangkok Shambhala group, Naratiwat rd., Soi 15, near Sathorn

Reservation required, please check http://bangkok.shambhala.info or call Jamie on: 02 788 7488


วันอังคารที่ 8 กุมภาพันธ์ 2554, 10.00-13.00 น. ธรรมบรรยาย “การปฏบัติสมาธิ สุญญตา (ความว่าง)” (ไม่มีแปลไทย)

ณ อาคาร เวลคัม ถนน นเรศ บางรัก ต้องจองล่วงหน้า 081 9855564

Tuesday February 8th, at 10:00am-1:00pm Dharma Talk and meditation on “Emptiness” , talk will be in English only

Venue: Ram’s place near Sam Yan MRT/Subway station in Bangkok followed by lunch together provided from 13.00 free of charge

Reservation required, call Ram 081 985 5564


วันอังคารที่ 8 กุมภาพันธ์ 2554, 18.30-20.30 น. ธรรมบรรยาย “ความโง่เขลาในสังสารวัฏ” (ไม่มีแปลไทย)

ณ ศูนย์เต้นรำ สุขุทวิทย์ ซอย 24

Tuesday February 8th , at 6:30pm – 8:30pm Dharma Talk on “The Foolishness of Samsara” , talk will be in English only

Venue: Dance Centre, Sukhumvit 24, Bangkok


วันพุธที่ 9 กุมภาพันธ์ 2554, 18.00-20.30 น. ธรรมบรรยาย “การก้าวพ้นจากความดึงดูดของสังสารวัฏ” (มีแปลไทย)

ณ หอประชุมพุทธคยา อาคารอัมรินทร์พลาซ่า (สี่แยกราชประสงค์ – บีทีเอสชิดลม) ชั้น 22 ถ.เพลินจิต

Wednesday 9th, at 6:00pm – 8:30pmHow to Transcend the attractions of Samsara” , talk will be in English with Thai translation

(6:00 pm Chanting, followed by talk, short meditation and offerings)

Venue: DMG Bodhgaya Hall, Amarin Plaza 22nd floor (Chit Lom BTS)


วันพฤหัสบดีที่ 10 กุมภาพันธ์ 2554, 19.00-21.00 น. ธรรมบรรยาย “ยานทั้งสามในพุทธศาสนา – ความแตกต่างที่เหมือนกัน” (ไม่มีแปลไทย)

ณ สยามสมาคม ใกล้สถานีรถไฟฟ้าบีทีเอส อโศก, สถานีรถไฟฟ้าใต้ดินสุขุมวิท (มีค่าใช้จ่าย 200 บาทสำหรับผู้ที่ไม่เป็นสมาชิกสมาคม)

Thursday 10th, 7:00pm – 9:00pm Dharma Talk on “The Three Buddhist Yanas – how they are different, yet all the same” , talk will be in English only

Venue: Siam Society, Asoke intersection near BTS/MRT Asoke station (200 baht cover charge for non-members of Siam Soc.)


วันอังคารที่ 15 กุมภาพันธ์ 2554, 18.30-20.30 น. ธรรมบรรยาย “การตายอย่างสงบ” (ไม่มีแปลไทย)

ณ โรงแรมอริยสมวิลล่า สุขุมวิทย์ ซอย 1

Tuesday 15th February, 6:30pm – 8:30pm Dharma Talk on “Dying Gracefully” , talk will be in English only

Venue: Ariyasom Villa Boutique Hotel

You can find more information here:
http://littlebang.org/2011/01/13/ringu-tulku-rinpoche-bkk-feb-2011/