Khandro Thrinlay Chodon 2012 Australian Tour

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Khandro Thrinlay Chodon 2012 Australian Tour

Postby phantom59 » Fri Mar 09, 2012 12:32 pm

Khandro Thrinlay Chodon 2012 Australian Tour
April 27th - June 26th and August
http://www.khachodling.org/australian_tour2012.html

PERTH

14th April 2-4pm
Public Talk and Weekend Teaching : "The Feminine Principle- Action from the Heart"
Manning Hall, 1 Bradshaw Cres. ,Manning, Perth
http://www.khachodling.org/documents/Th ... nciple.pdf

April 22nd 10am - 4pm
Day Teaching :"What is Meditation?"
Manning Hall, 1 Bradshaw Cres., Manning, Perth

MELBOURNE

11th May 7.30pm
Public Talk - The Meditation Path of the Buddhist Yogic Lineage of Togden Shakya Shri
Venue- Kagyu Evam Buddhist Institute, 673 Lygon Street, Carlton North, 3054

12th May 2012 10am-4pm
Day Teaching : The Meditation Path of the Buddhist Yogic Lineage of Togden Shakya Shri
Venue- Kagyu Evam Buddhist Institute, 673 Lygon Street, Carlton North, 3054

SYDNEY

May 19th, Saturday, from 10am to 4pm and
May 21, 28 and June 4, Monday evenings at 7.30pm
The Meditation Path of the Yogic Lineage of Togden Shakya Shri
Book online at: www.khachodling.org
Venue: Balmain Town Hall - Meeting Room,
370 Darling Street, Balmain
http://www.khachodling.org/documents/Kh ... 202012.pdf

Meditation is the practice and gateway for any spiritual practitioner. Meditation increases awareness and leads us through calm abiding and insight wisdom, to a deepening of stability, appreciation and happiness. We get to stop and look inward and find a different view.

The first day of this course will be an introduction to the Shakya Shri meditation lineage and Gyeltshen Tulku Rinpoche has been requested to teach on the developmental stages of this path in order to assist us in contextualising our meditation practices. His Eminence is one of the most learned and practiced contemporary spiritual masters of Bhutan. He purely holds the Shakya Shri yogic lineage and has mastered the Six Yogas of Naropa.

The following three evenings will be devoted to practice – it is vital to know exactly what we are doing when we meditate! Those who have been engaged in the daily practices with Khandro Rinpoche, as well as those interested in meditation generally, will find these teachings instructive, inspiring and illuminating.

May 24 at 7.30pm, Thursday
Public Talk - 'Fearless Spirituality'
Venue: Buddhist Library,
90 Church Street, Camperdown

Spirituality is the inner aspect of our being. Developing awareness of this without judgement or retraction from the truth, gives us the depth and strength to be able to deal with life’s sufferings courageously. This dance between the outer conditions and the inner strength is the true path of the spiritual practitioner and essential in living a meaningful life.

June 9, Saturday from 10am to 4pm
June 10, and Sunday from 9am to 1pm
Buddha of Compassion - Avalokiteshvara
Teaching and Transmission of Shayka Shri's Mind Terma
Book online at: www.khachodling.org
Venue: Alexandria Town Hall
73 Garden Street, Alexandria

Shakya Shri (1853-1919) was an accomplished master of the Mahamudra and Dzogchen traditions. He was recognised as one of the 25 accomplished disciples of Guru Padmasambhava and he is the great-grandfather of Khandro Rinpoche. This mind terma was directly transmitted from Guru Padmasambhava to Shaka Shri during meditation, flowing spontaneously from his mind. Such a direct and profound teaching on compassion is very relevant in these turbulent and chaotic times.

11th August Saturday 6.30pm
Candlelight Puja
Venue: KMYoga Studio
Level 1, 28 Spring Street, Bondi Junction
www.kmyoga.com

KHACHODLING SPECIAL EVENT:

18th August, Saturday
A FUNDRAISER FOR HUMANITARIAN PROJECTS IN THE HIMALAYAS
Creating Sacred Space
Integrating Spirituality Into Everyday Life through Art, Sacred Spaces and Food
Venue: FWD-HQ 323 Parramatta Road, Leichhardt
Online bookings will be available shortly.

http://www.khachodling.org/documents/Kh ... 202012.pdf

HERVEY BAY
15th June Friday 6.30pm
Respecting and Connecting to the Land and Sea Ceremony
Venue - Urangan Community Centre, Botanic Gardens, Elizabeth St , Urangan

Join us for a simple ceremony of request and respect, which will include the raising of prayer flags, as a way of connecting with the land and sea of this locality. An enjoyable and meaningful celebration to commence Khandro Rinpoche and her guru Gyeltshen Tulku’s special Hervey Bay visit - Everyone is encouraged and welcome to come.

15 June Friday 7.30pm
"Stabilising Mind and Emotion through Meditation and Daily Life"
Public Talk/Introductory Evening
Venue - Urangan Community Centre, Botanic Gardens, Elizabeth St , Urangan

Most people hold the view that spirituality is separate from our daily activities. However the real value of spirituality is to bring awareness and care into every thought, word and deed. There is nowhere to escape to – rather we must with diligence and mindfulness, open to the depth of every moment, wherever we are. This requires respect for oneself, living a life of no inner or outer deception.

17 June Sunday 10-4pm
Day Teaching Workshop
Venue - Urangan Community Centre, Botanic Gardens, Elizabeth St , Urangan

Khandrola will follow on from the evening talk by introducing participants to reflection and meditation. Meditation trains us to stop for a moment and look deeply into our mundane life. We are led by our reactive habits and emotions and do not have control, especially in chaotic times, over our monkey mind. Through this inward looking process we discover our own basic goodness, loaded like a jewel, with a dignity and honour, that will allow us to deal courageously with our shortcomings and life’s sufferings without feeling guilty. The workshop will be an opportunity to revitalize our relationship with inner serenity and rejuvenate our connection to our selves and our environment.

26 June Tuesday 6pm
Candlelight Puja
Daymon Park, Urangan

The Puja begins at 6.30pm but it is imperative to arrive at 6pm

This is a beautiful and healing practice from Khandro Rinpoche’s lineage which invites participants to invoke those in their lives who have died or are having difficulty, with the intent that their sufferings, pains, guilts and regrets are transformed into wisdom and compassion.

Please bring the names of those you wish to assist written on a piece of paper plus a monetary offering - both of which will form a part of the ceremony.We will also ceremoniously burn old prayer flags and Khandro Rinpoche will be requested to bless new ones. Stay and share food and drinks together afterwards - BYO. Just like last year!
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