Natural Ease III

May 24-27 (Friday-Monday)
Lopön Helen Berliner
Lopön Barbara Ryan

Now when we still have the power to do so,
By auspicious conditions that accord with the proper path,
Relying on the inexhaustible wholesome dharmas gained
By having gathered the two accumulations,
Let us pass beyond the city of samsara.

–Longchen Rabjam

For the second year, Her Eminence Mindrolling Jetsün Khandro Rinpoche, has bestowed teachings based on The Great Chariot, a commentary on resting in ease in the nature of mind, the “easer of weariness.” Written by the great omniscient one, Longchen Rabjam, this text was composed “so that its readers could cross completely the ocean of sufferings of samsara to the fruition of Buddhahood.” As an in-depth presentation of the stages of the path from beginning to end, it is an invaluable guide for all of us on the path of Dharma.

Lopöns Helen Berliner and Barbara Ryan

Lopöns Helen Berliner and Barbara Ryan

This program offers an opportunity to closely review and study the third chapter of The Great Chariot, which Rinpoche presented last summer. Please note that those who wish to join this cycle of teachings and to study with Jetsün Khandro Rinpoche are warmly invited to attend. All practitioners, new and old, will greatly benefit from these teachings.

Included in the program will be sessions of meditation, contemplation, and discussion—and the beauty of Mindrolling Lotus Garden in Spring.

Tuition: $225 / $202.50 (members paying $50 or more per month)

Arrival and check in will take place on Friday afternoon, May 24, between 4:00-6:00, followed by dinner at 6:30 pm. The program will begin at 7:30 pm that evening and conclude on Monday, May 27 after lunch.

Please contact the registration office by telephone at 1-540-778-2405 or by email at registration@lotusgardens.org

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