2021 April 23 to 25, Weekend Intensive Teaching through Zoom Meeting – on “Knowledge and Awareness” with Geshe Lobsang Dhondup – Translation by Palden Oshoe.

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Apr
232021
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Apr
252021

Weekend Intensive Teaching through Zoom Meeting - on

From 9am until 5pm

$100

Namgyal Monastery office / office@namgyal.org or Call: 607-279-8805

Weekend Intensive Teaching through Zoom Meeting - with Geshe Lobsang Dhondup – Translation by Palden Oshoe.

Date: April 23 to 25, 2021

TOPIC:    Knowledge and Awareness

Cost: $100.00

Note:  To register please sending an email to office@namgyal.org.  Please register by noon of the Friday of the weekend intensive start date.  This is necessary so there is time to send Zoom invitation.  Payment can be made through the website. www.namgyal.org   Click - Donation page and make payment OR send a check to Namgyal Monastery, 201 Tibet Drive, Ithaca, NY 14850.

 

 Description:

TOPIC: Knowledge and Awareness

A central aim in Buddhist philosophy and practice is understanding the nature of mind.  Toward this end, Indian and Tibetan, scholars and masters developed a comprehensive system in the study of mind that details various aspects of cognition and mental functions associated with knowledge and awareness. The goal of this system of study within Buddhism is to enable students to analyze, contemplate and meditate on the nature of knowledge and awareness in a deeper, more intimate way. Alongside this study of knowledge and awareness, Buddhist scholars and masters also developed a systematic set of rules for logical reasoning to be used in the analysis of phenomena and the practice of debate.  The practices of analytical meditation and debate enable students to strengthen their skills in logical reasoning and thereby their understanding of knowledge and awareness, and the nature of mind.  During this weekend intensive, Geshe-la will provide students with an introduction to the essential elements of lorig (knowledge and awareness) and tarig (signs and reasoning) and how these can be used to deepen one’s understanding of and meditation on the nature of mind. This is a rare opportunity to receive a teaching on these important topics in Buddhist philosophy and practice.

Biography:
Geshe Lobsang Dhondup was born on the 15th of August 1974 in Orissa, India.  He studied in the local primary school to the age of twelve.  Geshe Lobsang Dhondup joined Sera Mey Monastery in Bylakuppe, South India where began his basic monastic education including Tibetan grammar and script, memorization of Buddhist scriptures.

He completed his Karam (Bachelors in Buddhist Philosophy, Lopon (Master in Buddhist Philosophy) and Geshe Lharam (Doctorate in Buddhist Philosophy) degrees securing first division in every field.  Geshe Lobsang Dhondup presented his Geshe Lharam Oral examination in presence of His Holiness the Dalai Lama.  He spent two years in Gyurmed Monastery studying Sangag Gyundy Shi and obtained an additional honorary degree of Geshe Ngagram (Master of Trantrayana)

After completing this additional degree Geshe Lobsang Dhondup returned to Sera Mey monastery and taught Buddhist Philosophy to the younger monks for three years and at present he is teaching faculty at Namgyal Monastery – Tantric College in Dharamsala, India.

Schedule:
Friday - Introductory Talk: January 29th from 7:00pm to 8:30pm.

Saturday: 
9:00-10:15: Morning Sessions
10:15 - 10:30 Tea Break
12:00-2:00 Lunch Break
2:00- 3:15 Afternoon Sessions
3:15 - 3:30 Tea Break
3:30 - 5:00PM
Sunday:
9:00 - 10-15
10:15 - 10:30 Tea Break
10:30 - 12:00 Last Session

 

 

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