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Teaching | Pha Dampa Sangye


Teaching by Chöpa Lama Rinpoche

The retreat Centre Great Mahakala is deeply honored to welcome Chöpa Lama Rinpoche the weekend of March 12th and 13th where he will be giving teaching on the One Hundred Songs of Pha Dampa Sangye.

Pha Dampa Sangye was a great Indian Master born in the 11th century. His main teaching is known as Zhije Chod (Pacifying Suffering) which originated from India. At the end of his life, he gave his last teaching to the inhabitants of Dingri, transmitting the essence of his teachings. These are the One Hundred Songs of Pha Dampa Sangye.

With compassion and pure intention, to guide us on the path of enlightenment, Chöpa Lama Rinpoche worked tirelessly on the translation of the One Hundred Songs of Pha Dampa Sanye to offer us the essence of this teaching which is rarely given.

Venue: Miami, Florida

MARCH 12 & 13, 2022
10AM – 12PM (Miami time)
2PM – 5PM (Miami time)

Space limited. Pre-registration essential.
Please call (305) 203-9985 or email info@greatmahakala.org

More details: www.greatmahakala.org

Live on Zoom

MARCH 12 & 13, 2022
3 pm – 5pm | 7 pm – 10 pm (GMT)

Meeting ID : 826 2822 5343
Secret code : 338919

The online teaching on Zoom is free.

Practice of Generosity

“It takes time to practice generosity, but being generous is the best use of our time.”

Thich Nhat Hanh

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If you want to express your gratitude to Chöpa Lama Rinpoche for this rare and precious teaching – dedicated to the liberation of all sentient beings – and also support his Dharma activities, you can make an offering to Rinpoche.

By this generosity with the pure motivation to support Dharma activities, you are accumulating lots of merits source of Happiness in this life and the next one.

May this teaching benefit all who hear it.
Sarvam Mangalam
(May it be auspicious)