Portals to Realization

Ri-mé Society: The Guru Yogas and Pith Instructions of Khenpo Gangshar and Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche

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Monday evenings, – March 9 – May 11, 2020, 7pm-9pm MT
There will be no class on Monday, April 6.

In the last several years a number of brief and powerful compositions by the young Chögyam Trungpa and by his guru Khenpo Gangshar have been discovered in Tibet and elsewhere, and translated into English. These include The Profound Guru Yoga composed by Trungpa Rinpoche and A Short Guru Yoga: Gathering of Blessings composed by Khenpo Gangshar. These and a number of short songs, pith instructions, and letters of advice are invitations directly into the enlightened mind of these two realized siddhas. They unlock the essence of the buddhadharma and place it in one’s hand.

We will practice the two guru yogas throughout this course and delve into the penetrating mind instructions embodied in these profound and seminal compositions of these two great accomplished masters. The class will consist of practice, talks, and discussions.

Presenters for the class: Hazel Bercholz, Bob King, Cassell Gross, Clarke Warren.

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