17th Gyalwa Karmapa"Buddhism is a way of life through which we develop the qualities of our mind.
This way of life is very unusual, as it is a means to attain happiness without harming others.

THE 17th GYALWA KARMAPA

The Ornament of the Middle Way – Session 3


Trinlay Rinpoche

 

 

Wednesday, April 29–Sunday, May 3 

Trinlay Rinpoché was recognized as a tulku, or manifestation of a Buddhist master by the 16th Karmapa (1923-1981). He is among the rare tulkus born in the West and his dual culture makes him an exceptional teacher.

The Ornament of the Middle Way

The Ornament of the Middle Way allows for profound study of emptiness, notably through a series of reasonings known as “neither one nor many.” This text, written in verse by Shantarakshita (725–788), is a summary that presents relative truth according to the mind-only (yogacharya) approach and ultimate truth according to the approach of the middle way (madhyamaka). Trinlay Rinpoche explains its meaning in order to give us an understanding of these two truths, as well as an understanding of the true nature of reality.

 


 

Information

While this course is open to all, the teaching requires a basic familiarity with Buddhist philosophy.
Course begins: Wednesday, April 29 at 11 a.m.
Course Fee: 23 €/day

- Pre-registration
To make sure you can attend a course, one should pre-register at the welcome office at least one week before the beginning of the course, by mail or phone.

- Registration
Registrations take place the day before the course from 2.30 pm until 6 pm and the first day of the course from 8.30 am.

- Meals
Sign up for your meal as soon as you arrive at the office (accueil):
before 10 am for lunch,
before 5 pm for dinner.

If you cannot sign up upon your arrival, you may do it by mail or telephone, either the day before or the same day


Eating nearby the center:
Restaurants and Caterers within a 15 km radius of the center


 

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