February 2nd to 4th 2018
The Power of Aspiration – Four causes of being born in the realm of Buddha Amitabha
Tulku Dakpa Rinpoche at Tampere, Finland.
How to be born in the pure land of Buddha Amitabha? Tulku Dakpa Rinpoche kindly teaches four methods creating the causes to be born in the realm of Buddha Amitabha. The teaching is based on ancient Buddhist tradition and is mentioned in many sutras. These are motivation, aspiration, visualization and bodhichitta mind. Venerating Buddha Amitabha is especially popular in China, but also many Tibetan masters have composed prayers for a birth in Dewachen realm (sanskr. Sukhavati). Concentrating on Amitabha is one of the easiest ways for attaining enlightenment, becauseanyone can do these practices.
Tulku Dakpa Rinpoche is a fully authorized teacher and Buddhist master, who leads Danakosha Dharma Center.
The event is organized by the Tibetan Buddhist center Danakosha Ling, a Tibetan Buddhist center in the Nyingma tradition offering Buddhist teachings and retreats. Read more at www.danakosha.org.
We will show photos and videos from Tibet during the teaching breaks. Danakosha Trust presents their projects and sponsor a child programs in the Himalayas. Danakosha Trust is a non-profit aid programme promoting education, cultural exchange and the empowering of communities living in Himalayan area. Currently the focus is on fundraising efforts on the primary education of children and youth in two projects in Northern India and Eastern Tibet. Programmes & how to participate: www.danakoshatrust.org
Location: Werstas, the Finnish Labour Museum in Tampere, Bertel hall, 2nd floor. www.werstas.fi. Väinö Linnan aukio 8 33210 Tampere, Finland.
Recommended payment for the course: employed 50 € (Fri 10 €, Sat+Sun 20+20 €), the unemployed and students 38 € (Fri 8 €, Sat+Sun 15+15 €).
Fri February 2nd 2018 at 18-19:30
Sat-Sun February 3rd and 4th 2018
10-11:30 Buddhist teaching
13-13:45 Danakosha Trust presents their activities (free attendance)
14-15:30 Buddhist teaching
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