This Wednesday 11/16 at 7 pm (after chanting) in the Meditation Hall, the Tibetan Master Sonam Rinpoche is teaching meditation, a sacred mantra, and teachings on mindfulness / awareness and living continuously with stillness and presence.
Sonam Rinpoche has spent 18 years in Buddhism Study in Tibet and India before earning the title of “Khenpo.” In Tibetan, Khenpo refers to someone with extensive knowledge of Buddhism study, which is the equivalent to a professor in Buddhism philosophy. Rinpoche has finished all Dzogchen teachings (the highest teaching) under the Nyingma tradition as well as all the initiations from the Ahzom lineage.
Later, Rinpoche pursued higher Buddhist philosophy under the guidance of H.H. Penor Rinpoche, and he also spent another eight years at the Buddhism Institute of Nyingma mastering the teaching of Mahayana and Vajrayana. H.H. Dalai Lama has complimented his wisdom and encouraged him to continuously uphold and propagate the Buddha’s teachings for the benefits of all sentient beings.
I hope you can find time to attend this special teaching.