Restricted Program with Visiting Teacher – An WBC Tantrika Group Audience
The Trials and Tribulations of Ngondro Practice
With the Venerable Changling Rinpoche!
The Reality of doing an Age-Old Practice in the Current Age
Sacred World, Samaya and the 9 to 5
Thursday, July 12 (7 - 9 pm)
Location: The Aligned Center, 1 Bridge Street, Suite 64, Irvington, NY 10533 (directions below)
Requested donation: $25
Please note that this event is restricted to only those who have received the pointing out transmission in the lineage of Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche (i.e. Vajradhatu, Shambhala, WBC). So please feel free to share it with others whom you know to be tantrikas in our tradition, BUT PLEASE DO NOT SHARE IT WITH OTHERS!
The Aligned Center
1 Bridge Street, Suite 64 (2nd Floor)
DIRECTIONS: Aligned Center is situated right above the Red Hat restaurant, next to WBC's usual Irvington location at the Eileen Fisher Headquarters.
*WBC maintains a policy of making our programs affordable to all. Those with limited income please offer what you can afford on this page.
Changling Rinpoche is one of the main teachers at Shechen Monastery in Nepal, the seat of the late H.H. Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche, so he is a close friend of our vajrayana family. He has taught on death and dying and the sadhana of Mahamudra in Nova Scotia, and many other important topics all over this world. Here is his website: http://www.lotusspeech.ca/teachers/changling-rinpoche/.
Changling Rinpoche, aka Ngawang Lekshey Gyaltso is the fifteenth in the lineage of the Changling Rinpoches. He was recognized at the age of ten by His Holiness Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche and Penor Rinpoche. Changling Rinpoche graduated with a Khenpo degree at age 21. He is writing the commentaries on the Shechen works of HHDKR, and is publishing the missing texts of the Northern Treasures Lineage. Rinpoche is the Director of Shechen Monastery Bodhgaya and is the Abbot of Shechen Shedra in Kathmandu. Currently he is building a Monastery for the Sur Lineage. Rinpoche teaches in Australia, North America, Asia and Europe.