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The Ngari Khangtsen monks from the Sera Monastery in South India will be touring Europe one more time from 22 September to 17 December, sharing their their unique culture and their Buddhist activities. We are happy to announce that they will come also to Slovenia in November.
Gomo Tulku will challenge our everyday thought processes which negatively impact us and our surrounding through subtle yet consistent, destructive habits. Particulary he will cover, for this year, the topic of Judgement.
Gomo Tulku bo pod vprašaj postavil naše vsakdanje miselne procese, ki v obliki subtilnih, a vztrajnih destruktivnih navad negativno vplivajo na nas in na tiste okoli nas. Letos se bo še posebej posvetil temi obsojanja.
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As we have already written, in October 2017 a melong from Tibet seriously warned us that Rinpoche's life is in danger. He recommended several things to do, amongst them that Shenpen Rinpoche's students recite 100 million Vajrasattva mantras. You can read more details about the melong's warning in this Facebook post. Following the advice of the melong, many students of Shenpen Rinpoche started to recite the Vajrasattva mantra.
We are very happy to report that the whole monastery of Kharnang (Shenpen Rinpoche's monastery in Tibet) have joined the recitation of Vajrasattva mantras for the health and wellbeing of Shenpen Rinpoche. So this is most auspicious.
Here are some photos of the monks in Kharnang monastery...
New video teaching by Shenphen Rinpoche added:
Lojong, Eight Verses of Thought Transformation
You can find the video in the "Videos" section, under the category "Full Teachings in English 2015".
A group of Tibetan monks from Sera Jey monastery are touring Europe and are visiting Slovenia from 21.5.2015 till 28.5.2015. During the visit in Slovenia they will make a sand mandala of Buddha Chenrezig (Avalokiteshvara) in Slovene Etnographic Museum in Ljubljana, perform sacred Cham dances in Ljubljana, Koper and Maribor, and in Ljubljana they will also have two workshops: making of the sand mandala, where the visitors will be able to try themselves out in this meditative skill and the workshop of learning about butter sculptures, which are typical for the Tibetan monastic tradition.