Basic Emptiness

The Science and Buddhist Perspective

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Local Time

  • Timezone: America/New_York
  • Date: Aug 01 2020
  • Time: 7:30 am - 9:00 pm

WHO CAN ATTEND

  • Open to anyone.

LANGUAGE

  • English with Mandarin translation

Overview

The subject of emptiness has been made overly complicated throughout the centuries. Khentrul Rinpoche brings us back to the basic meaning of the word emptiness. He will illuminate this philosophical teaching through modern language and science on Saturday. On Sunday, he will teach the meaning as taught by Dolpopa Sherab Gyaltsen in his complete Dzokden Dharma.

You do not need to be a rocket scientist or have studied this philosophy for many years to understand the basics of what these teachings are pointing to. While of course to fully understand the nuance of all the philosophical debates and arguments takes time to unpack, the essence, the basic meaning can be captured quite clearly and quickly.

This will be live-streamed on Facebook.

If there are translations and Q& A available they will be available in zoom. Mandarin is available through our WeChat group.
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87640144473
Webinar ID: 876 4014 4473

FIND YOUR TIMEZONE
August 1st and 2nd
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09:30 PM Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney
07:30 PM Hong Kong, Singapore, Mongolia, Taiwan
6:30 pm Vietnam
05:30 PM Bhutan Time
1:30PM Austria & South Africa
4:30 am California
7:30 am New York and Puerto Rico

Online Access

Join Zoom meeting:
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87640144473

If you do not have Zoom installed on your computer, please download it here:
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About the Teacher

  • Khentrul Rinpoche

    Khentrul Rinpoche
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    Khentrul Rinpoché Jamphel Lodrö is the founder and spiritual director of Dzokden. Rinpoche is the author of Unveiling Your Sacred Truth, The Great Middle Way: Clarifying the Jonang View of Other-Emptiness, A Happier Life, and The Hidden Treasure of the Profound Path.

    Rinpoche spent the first 20 years of his life herding yak and chanting mantras on the plateaus of Tibet. Inspired by the bodhisattvas, he left his family to study in a variety of monasteries under the guidance of over twenty-five masters in all the Tibetan Buddhist traditions. Due to his non-sectarian approach, he earned himself the title of Rimé (unbiased) Master and was identified as the reincarnation of the famous Kalachakra Master Ngawang Chözin Gyatso. While at the core of his teachings is the recognition that there is great value in the diversity of all spiritual traditions found in this world; he focuses on the Jonang-Shambhala tradition. Kalachakra (wheel of time) teachings contain profound methods to harmonize our external environment with the inner world of body and mind, ultimately bringing about the golden age of peace and harmony (dzokden).