We are delighted to welcome Geshe Dakpa Jampa and looking forward to his thorough and insightful teaching. Geshe Dakpa Jampa, a senior lama from Drepung Loseling Monastic University, is kindly returning to Lama Yeshe Ling this year. He will give us a commentary on The Eight Verses of Thought Transformation. This is one of the most important texts from a genre of Tibetan spiritual writings known as Lojong (mind training).
The root of our experience is in our own minds. By cultivating the minds of loving-kindness and wisdom we can learn to skillfully navigate life’s challenges. Regardless of outer circumstances, we have the capacity to transform our lives by choosing our own perspective and thereby our experiences.
Geshe Dakpa Jampa was born in 1970 in Hunsur, India. In 1992, he took full monastic vows and became a Gelug (monk) at Drepung Loseling Monastic University, in India. In 2002, after many years of intense study of Buddhist philosophy, Geshe Dakpa Jampa attained the highest level of education in the Gelug tradition, known as geshe lharampa, which is equivalent to a doctorate degree and is regarded as the most prestigious honour in the Tibetan Buddhist world. Geshe-la is a resident teacher at Ganden Tender Ling and FPMT centre in Moscow.
Thought Transformation with Geshe Dakpa Jampa (Teaching)
September 7, 2019 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Estonian House in Toronto Ltd. – 958 Broadview Ave. Unit 102, Toronto, ON
To attend the teaching please register on Eventbrite