- Date: SAT/SUN 13/14 MARCH
- Time: 10.00 - 12.00, 13.30 - 15.30
- Place: Thupten Changhup Ling, Arosio (CH) and on-line
- Language: IT
- Available translations: EN (Zoom), FR (Zoom), DE (Skype), NL (Jitsi)
- Suggested donation: 25€/30 CHF.-
Great realized beings sometimes communicate their experiences through spiritual songs. Such songs are powerful teachings that can awaken one’s spiritual potential and inspire disciples. Those who have directly realized the nature of the mind are free and spontaneous. They can express all Dharma in the form of spiritual songs. During this weekend we will study, contemplate and meditate upon some of this mystic poetry.
Download the texts we will use this weekend: HERE
Join us at the temple in Arosio
Sign up in advance for this event:
1. The number of places inside the temple are limited, because we have to keep safe distance at all times.
2. You must register to participate in person in Arosio (using the link below) at least one day before the event.
3. You will receive a confirmation e-mail authorising you to come to the centre.
4. Please observe all hygiene and distancing rules during your visit.
Register in advance for this meeting on Zoom.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email from “Sakya Dharma Family Admin” with the Zoom link to participate (click “Click Here To Join”).
Mike Bortolotti, 1977, was born and raised in Ticino. He has been studying and practicing Tibetan Buddhism since 2000. He first encountered Buddhism in Nepal, where he visited different monasteries, attending teachings and doing retreats. He met his Master, Ven. Kenchen Sherab Amipa, in Ticino. He received different teachings and transmissions from various Tibetan masters. From His Holiness the 41st Sakya Trizin, he received Lamdre, the extended cycle of Vajrayogini and other teachings and transmissions. Consequently, he completed different basic meditation retreats on the main Vajrayana practices of the Sakya tradition. He spent two years in India and the Himalayas, where he gained better understanding of Buddhism, and visited many holy places. He has a BA in applied philosophy, and an MA in religious studies, both from the University of Lugano, Switzerland.
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