Increasing Compassion Through The Practice Of Chenrezik

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Increasing Compassion Through The Practice Of Chenrezik
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Nalanda West is pleased to welcome Ringu Tulku Rinpoche back to Seattle. We are fortunate to have him teach a two-part talk on compassion and how Vajrayana practices, particularly deity yoga, can help us increase loving-kindness and compassion using Chenrezik practice as a primary example.
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Volunteers are always appreciated. If you would like to assist in the preparation before, during or after the program, please email

About Ringu Tulku Rinpoche
Ringu Tulku Rinpoche is a Tibetan Buddhist Master of the Kagyu Order. He was trained in all schools of Tibetan Buddhism under many great masters including HH the 16th Gyalwang Karmapa and HH Dilgo Khentse Rinpoche. He took his formal education at Namgyal Institute of Tibetology, Sikkim, and Sampurnananda Sanskrit University, Varanasi, India, and has served as Tibetan textbook writer and Professor of Tibetan Studies in Sikkim for 25 years.

Since 1990, Rinpoche has been travelling and teaching Buddhism and meditation at universities, institutes, and Buddhist centers in Europe, USA, Canada, Australia, and Asia. He participates in various interfaith and ‘Science and Buddhism’ dialogues, and is the author of many books on Buddhist topics; these include Path to Buddhahood, Daring Steps, The Ri-me Philosophy of Jamgon Kongtrul the Great, Confusion Arises as Wisdom, the Lazy Lama series, and the Heart Wisdom series, as well as several children’s books, available in Tibetan and European languages (see publications).

Ringu Tulku Rinpoche is the founder of Bodhicharya a non-profit Educational & Cultural Association based in Brussels. Bodhicharya activities include collecting, transcribing, translating, and publishing Buddhist teachings and educational materials, and supporting educational and healthcare projects around the world.
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By: Nalanda West