Based on his own composition, these recordings of the oral teachings by the great Tibetan master Dagyab Kyabgön Rinpoche present a compact summary of the entire step-by-step path to Buddhahood. Tailored for the 21st century, these teachings are presented with Dagyab Rinpoche’s characteristic warmth and wisdom.
These teachings were given by Dagyab Rinpoche in English to Tibet Haus Germany as the third segment of a 3-part teaching from April 14 to 17, 2022.
Each week of this program includes Rinpoche’s recorded teaching followed by a live online facilitated discussion. The facilitated discussion will not be recorded.
His Eminence Loden Sherab Dagyab Kyabgön Rinpoche was born in East Tibet in 1940. At the age of four he was recognized as the 9th Kyabgon (protector) of the region of Dagyab. Rinpoche is one of the highest tulkus in Tibet. In 1959, Rinpoche escaped with His Holiness the Dalai Lama to India. From 1964 to 1966, he directed Tibet House in New Delhi, an internationally recognized institute for the preservation and support of Tibetan culture.
H.E. Dagyab Rinpoche came to Germany in 1966 in response to an invitation from Bonn University to work as a Tibetologist at its Institute for Central Asian Studies. In the 1980’s, due to the explicit request of people interested in Buddhism, he became active as a spiritual teacher for Europeans. The Buddhist community, Chödzong, came into being as a result of this collaboration and together with Rinpoche founded Tibet Haus Germany.
For more about Rinpoche and his work visit https://www.dagyab-rinpoche.com, and/or https://www.tibethaus.com/en/he-dagyab-rinpoche.html
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