Gampopa’s ‘The Precious Garland of the Supreme Path’ - CLOSED

This course is now closed

10:00am 01 May 2018 - 5:30pm 03 May 2018

Cost: £0.00

Venue: Samye Ling


This course is now CLOSED, the temple is full and it will not be possible to accept more registrations. 

We apologise for any inconvenience but anyone who has not yet registered will not be permitted to attend. 

Mingyur Dorje Rinpoche's teachings will start at 10am on the 1st of May finishing at 17.30 on the 3rd of May.

Each of the three days will have two sessions with a half-hour break in each session;

10.00 - 12.30

15.00 - 17.30

Course registration will be open from 8am in reception on the 1st. You must come to reception to sign the register, each person must register only for themselves and not on behalf of anyone else.

We will be issuing coloured wrist bands and when you register you will be given your wristband to be worn for the three days.

One wristband colour will allow access to the temple and teachings, the other will allow access to the temple and teachings and the dining room for meals.

We recently received the wonderful news that the Very Venerable Yongey Minyur Rinpoche is planning to come to the UK once again in 2018 including a visit to Samye Ling.

We have requested Mingyur Rinpoche to teach from Gampopa’s ‘The Precious Garland of the Supreme Path’.  Gampopa himself said that reading this text is no different from meeting him personally.  We are fortunate to have the opportunity to receive such teachings from MIngyur Rinpoche.

So far this visit is in the initial planning stages.  As soon as we have more details we will let you know.

Mingyur Rinpoche’s teaching will replace the previously advertised mid-week course by Ken Holmes, however Ken will still lead weekend courses on ‘The Six Bardos - Part One’ (April 27 – 29) and ‘The Six Bardos - Part Two’ (May 4 – 7).

There is no fee for this course although donations are welcome. Your offering will help with the Monastery's considerable running costs, as well as the expenses incurred in inviting teachers.  Donations may be made in the Reception Office.

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