Online: Jonang Kalachakra Ngondro (North & South America Timezone)

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Home Events Online: Jonang Kalachakra Ngondro (North & South America Timezone)

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  • Timezone: America/New_York
  • Date: May 01 2021
  • Time: 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

WHO CAN ATTEND

  • Open to anyone. You do not need to have received any empowerments to take the course.

LANGUAGE

  • English with translation into Spanish and Portuguese

Next Occurrence

Overview

Registration opens shortly

To register for the North and South American Timezone version of the course in
Espanol
Portuguese

ABOUT THE 10-Week COURSE

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SCHEDULE
This schedule is based on Melbourne time. If you are unsure if the time is correct for your timezone please convert it yourself.

AEST Melbourne, Australia

Sunday, May 2 09:00 – 10:30 AEST – Session 1
Sunday, May 9 09:00 – 10:30 AEST – Session 2
Sunday, May 23 09:00 – 10:30 AEST – Session 3
Sunday, May 30 09:00 – 10:30 AEST – Session 4
Sunday, June 6 09:00 – 10:30 AEST – Session 5
Sunday, June 13 09:00 – 10:30 AEST – Session 6
Sunday, June 27 09:00 – 10:30 AEST – Session 7
Sunday, July 4 09:00 – 10:30 AEST – Session 8
Sunday, July 11 09:00 – 10:30 AEST – Session 9
Sunday, July 17 09:00 – 10:30 AEST – Session 10
PST - San Francisco, California

Saturday, May 1 4:00pm PST – Session 1
Saturday, May 8 4:00pm PST – Session 2
Saturday, May 24 4:00pm PST – Session 3
Saturday, May 39 4:00pm PST – Session 4
Saturday, June 5 4:00pm PST – Session 5
Saturday, June 12 4:00pm PST – Session 6
Saturday, June 26 4:00pm PST – Session 7
Saturday, July 3 4:00pm PST – Session 8
Saturday, July 10 4:00pm PST – Session 9
Saturday, July 16 4:00pm PST – Session 10
MST - Boulder, Colorado

Saturday, May 1 5:00pm MST – Session 1
Saturday, May 8 5:00pm MST – Session 2
Saturday, May 24 5:00pm MST – Session 3
Saturday, May 39 5:00pm MST – Session 4
Saturday, June 5 5:00pm MST – Session 5
Saturday, June 12 5:00pm MST – Session 6
Saturday, June 26 5:00pm MST – Session 7
Saturday, July 3 5:00pm MST – Session 8
Saturday, July 10 5:00pm MST – Session 9
Saturday, July 16 5:00pm MST – Session 10
CDT - Mexico City

Saturday, May 1 6:00 pm CDT – Session 1
Saturday, May 8 6:00 pm CDT – Session 2
Saturday, May 24 6:00 pm CDT – Session 3
Saturday, May 39 6:00 pm CDT – Session 4
Saturday, June 5 6:00 pm CDT – Session 5
Saturday, June 12 6:00 pm CDT – Session 6
Saturday, June 26 6:00 pm CDT- Session 7
Saturday, July 3 6:00 pm CDT – Session 8
Saturday, July 10 6:00 pm CDT – Session 9
Saturday, July 16 6:00 pm CDT – Session 10
EST - New York City, Toronto, Puerto Rico

Saturday, May 1 7:00 pm EST – Session 1
Saturday, May 8 7:00 pm EST – Session 2
Saturday, May 24 7:00 pm EST – Session 3
Saturday, May 39 7:00 pm EST – Session 4
Saturday, June 5 7:00 pm EST – Session 5
Saturday, June 12 7:00 pm EST – Session 6
Saturday, June 26 7:00 pm EST – Session 7
Saturday, July 3 7:00 pm EST – Session 8
Saturday, July 10 7:00 pm EST – Session 9
Saturday, July 16 7:00 pm EST – Session 10
BRT - Sao Paula, Brazil

Saturday, May 1 8:00 pm BRT – Session 1
Saturday, May 8 8:00 pm BRT – Session 2
Saturday, May 24 8:00 pm BRT – Session 3
Saturday, May 39 8:00 pm BRT – Session 4
Saturday, June 5 8:00 pm BRT – Session 5
Saturday, June 12 8:00 pm BRT – Session 6
Saturday, June 26 8:00 pm BRT – Session 7
Saturday, July 3 8:00 pm BRT – Session 8
Saturday, July 10 8:00 pm BRT – Session 9
Saturday, July 16 8:00 pm BRT – Session 10

HOW DO I ACCESS THE COURSE?

After you register prior to the online course, you will be sent an email containing all of the information to log into learn.dzokden.org and follow along. The course will be held through “Zoom“. In order to access the sessions, you need to download the Zoom App onto the device through which you want to join.

We will provide you with the Zoom link (as well as Zoom Meeting-ID and Password) created by Dzokden. You will need this link (or alternatively Zoom Meeting-ID and Password) to access the online sessions. The Zoom link (as well as Zoom Meeting-ID and Password) will be provided at the latest two days before the online event in your email as well as in the Dzokden learning center.
Access to Video Materials Afterwards

The retreat access and all the prayers will be provided for you in Dzokden’s new online learning center (Khentrul Rinpoche’s International Organization). We encourage everyone to connect to the live-streamed retreat in real time but if that is not possible, you can still log in to the learning center after the retreat and access all of the retreat content. This retreat material will not be accessible online to people outside of the learning center.

PROGRAM FEES
We have many costs to make Khentrul Rinpoche’s teachings available to you. The platforms we use, the center to house volunteers, their food, our servers and many more things are not free. Therefore we can not make our courses free without cost. Because we have students in all areas of the world we have adjusted for the cost of living in various countries. Thank you for understanding our decisions on how we can make this accessible to our global family. If your ability to pay makes it difficult to attend this program, we will make every effort to make attendance possible. Please email chloe@dzokden.org to discuss a lower offering amount or a full scholarship. No one is turned away for lack of money.
OFFERING DANA TO RINPOCHE
It’s customary at the end of empowerment for students to make an offering of Dana to the guru. As this is an online event, you can make the offering of Dana to Rinpoche here.

ADDITIONAL QUESTIONS?
email chloe@dzokden.org

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).