A short Introduction To Tibetan Buddhism

March 8 - 13

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The world we live in is experiencing great changes. Dissatisfaction seems to be at an all-time high. Fear and anger drives much of our decision making. Greed, intolerance and self-interest seem to be more prevalent than ever.
If you are interested in Buddhism and the tools it offers for a more peaceful live, but don't have time for a full course, then this is the course for you.

 Over five days, Geshe Sherab introduces the 'Graded path to Enlightenment', one of the foundational texts of Tibetan Buddhsm.  He will explain how to recognize where habits and concepts come from, and how they give rise to negative, distructive emotions, introducing methods that can help you to let go of these habits. By developing a more positive, kind and patient attitude in your daily life,  you can be of the most benefit to those around you.

 

Course Date: March 8 - 13

Check in for the course at 3 pm in the afternoon of the first day (March 8). The course finishes with lunch on the last day (March 13)
 

Course Teacher: Geshe Lobsang Sherab

Geshe Lobsang Sherab is a fully qualified Geshe. He teaches the monks at Kopan Monastery as well as Western students.

 

Course Fee: 75 US$

This includes food, accommodation in dormitory and course fee.
Please note: For accommodation other that dormitory you will be charges an additional fee.
Check the cost of other accommodation here: Accommodation Charges

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Kopan Monastery
(Nepal Buddhist Mahayana Center Gompa)

Kopan Monastery is affiliated with FPMT
(Foundation for the preservation of the Mahayana Tradition)