Not sure who is organising this one, or if it is with Thai translation (probably) … but received information (ie. I can’t confirm it) is as follows:
LAMA OLE NYDAHL
Thursday 24th February, 2011
Topic : Buddha Nature
At DMG Bodhgaya Hall (Chit Lom)
Time: 06.30-08.30 p.m.
บรรยายธรรมเรื่อง : พุทธภาวะ
วันพฤหัสบดีที่ 24 กุมภาพันธ์ พ.ศ. 2554
สถานที่ : DMG ห้องพุทธคยา อาคารอมรินทร์พลาซ่า (โซโก้)
เวลา : 18.30 – 20.30 น.
Lama Ole Nydahl was one of the closest Western students of the late 16th Karmapa, Rangjung Rigpe Dorje. Fully qualified as a Lama and meditation teacher in the Tibetan Buddhist Karma Kagyu tradition.
On the request of his teacher, and after completing three years of intensive meditation training and studies, Lama Ole began teaching Buddhism in Europe. He has ever since transmitted the blessing of the lineage in a powerful and contemporary way, traveling and teaching worldwide continuously. He has established over 600 Buddhist Centers throughout the Western and Eastern world.
Lama Ole Nydahl gives a fresh and practical view of Buddhist Teachings for daily life, in a modern world. Integrating modern style and ancient wisdom, Lama Ole challenges people’s concepts of life and Buddhism in an unorthodox manner.
“We just have to remind ourselves that the source for any happiness is the mind itself.”
Lama Ole will be presenting teachings on Discovering our Buddha Nature.
Bodhgaya Hall is in the offices of DMG Books, and is used regularly by a large Thai group of meditators. It is an excellent facility, and very convenient on the skytrain line, Chit Lom Station. The Thai group meets there every Tuesday and Wednesday.
The address is Amarin Plaza, Level 22, 496-502 Ploenchit Road, Lumpini, Pathumwan, Bangkok 10330
Get out at Chit Lom Skytrain Station, and take the short walk to Amarin Tower. From the ground floor, take the lift up to the 22nd floor. DMG is on the right hand side on the 22nd floor, and there is a nice coffee shop there, so you can arrive early for events and meet some of the regulars.
You cannot get up to the 22nd floor via the lift in the Amarin plaza itself. You must go to the lifts on the ground floor, to access the office block above the Amarin Plaza.
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