World Buddhist University
Note: the date is changed from the usual first Sunday of the month to the second Sunday – that is: Sunday January 11th 2009
12:00 to 2pm with coffee and cake afterwards for those who stay and chat.
Special Guest Speaker:
Topic: Sacred Daily Living-or Mind Made Easy
The teachings of the Buddha have created a highly technical and extensive understanding of the human condition and the human mind.
But how do we apply these truths to our daily lives?
What is our real identity, that straddles these two worlds of spirit and matter?
How can we change our experience, moment to moment, and deal with the incredible complexity of our feelings, thoughts, material situation, relationships, struggles, shortcomings, aspirations and fears?
Lama Jinpa will teach a series of short meditations that can bring us a direct understanding about who we are as people, and as spiritual beings.
Lama Jigmé Jinpa (Dr Asa Hersh) is an ordained Ngakpa (white-robed Tantric Practitioner) of both the Kagyu and Nyingmapa lineages. He first took refuge with His Holiness the 16th Karmapa in 1980. In the same year, he met Kalu Rinpoche while on a pilgrimage to India, which eventually led to his undertaking the traditional lama training-the 3-year 3-month meditation retreat-from 1986-89. Over the years he has journeyed to India and Nepal 19 times, studying with great masters such as Dilgo Khyentse and Kunzang Dechen Lingpa. Lama Jinpa’s specialty is the practice of Chöd and his goal as a teacher and writer is to make these precious teachings accessible to Westerners. Having practiced as a healer for three decades, Lama Jinpa is a founding director and main teacher of the School of Tibetan Healing Chöd, providing a dynamic approach that combines the best of Western teaching methods and audiovisuals with the powerful blessing stream and energy of the authentic Eastern tradition. Currently he is completing Tibetan Chöd: Cutting Through to Freedom for Snow Lion Publications. Www.tibetancho.com
Location: Meeting Room, the World Buddhist University, 3rd floor, WFB Headquarters
Bldg., in Benjasiri Park, Sukhumvit 24, Bangkok, 10110 Thailand.
(5 Minutes from Prompong BTS Station)
All are welcome to join the programme free of charge.
For more information, please call 02-258-0369-73 Fax.02-258-0372.
The WBU shares the same building with the WFB (World Fellowship of Buddhists), and can be found by our maps below. It is on the third floor. The WBU is open most office hours, and the building can be entered from the rear of the building from the Soi. The front gate that faces the park is generally locked, but there is access to walk through to the rear.