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KHENCHEN SHERAB GYALTSEN AMIPA'S CENTERS

   Sakya Dharma Family

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THE JEWEL LAMP - Khenpo Tashi Sangpo

09/12/2020 12:00

Khenchen Sherab's Centers

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THE JEWEL LAMP - Khenpo Tashi Sangpo

2 MAR

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This is a recurring event.

Next sessions: 2 MAR

Schedule: 19.15 - 21.00

Language: EN

Available translations: FR (Zoom), IT (Zoom), SWE (Zoom) NL (Jitsi), DE (Skype)

Teachings on “The Jewel Lamp”, written by Khunu Rinpoche Tendzin Gyaltsen (1895 - 1977),  followed by meditation on bodhicitta.

 

From Shantideva’s Bodhisattvacharyavatara:

“All the suffering there is in this world arises from wishing our self to be happy. All the happiness there is in this world arises from wishing others to be happy. What need is there to say more?

The childish work for their own benefit, the Buddhas work for the benefit of others. Just look at the difference between them.”


Register in advance for this meeting on Zoom.

You will be able to choose to attend one or more of the sessions. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email from “Sakya Dharma Family Admin” with the Zoom link to participate (click “Click Here To Join”).


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.


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Khenpo Tashi Sangpo Ampia was born in 1973 in Sakya, Tibet, where he also received his first training and education.

At the age of 10, he entered the main Sakya Monastery, Thubten Lhakhang Chenmo, and took up the novice-monk ordination. He studied at the monastery until 1994, when he escaped from Tibet to India. He found refuge in Dehra Dun, home to the Sakya Monastery in exile and His Holiness Sakya Trizin. He enrolled to the Sakya College, a Monastic University where he studied and deepened his understanding of various aspects of the Buddhist practice and philosophy. He completed his studies in the year 2000, and was awarded ‘Kachu-pa’ and ‘Loppön’ degrees.

In May 2000, he moved to Switzerland to take care of the Thupten Changchup Ling centre in Arosio as its resident monk. He has been in charge of the temple, and has lead daily rituals and meditation sessions.
In 2008, he returned to India to take the Bikshu vows, i.e. the vows of a fully ordained monk.

Before his passing, Khenchen Sherab Gyaltsen Amipa chose Khenpo Tashi Sangpo as his heir and left him in charge of his European centres.
On 3 July 2016, His Holiness the Sakya Trizin conferred upon Lama Tashi Sangpo at the European centre Sakya Tsechen Ling in Kuttolsheim/Strassburg the titile of Khenpo (abbot) as a sign of appreciation for his committed guidance and support in taking care of the Sakya Centres founded by Khenchen Sherab Gyaltsen Amipa.


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This event is offered to you by Khenchen Sherab’s Sakya Dharma Family. We want to make it possible for everyone to participate, however, our Dharma activities are only possible thanks to your kind donations. To ensure the continuity of our activities, please consider supporting your local center. Click HERE for the list of all our Sakya Dharma Family Centers.

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