Phakchok Rinpoche will offer a teaching on Practicing Compassion this Saga Dawa

Samye Institute is delighted to announce that on the Dakini Day of the sacred month of Saga Dawa, corresponding to Thursday, June 23, Phakchok Rinpoche will offer a teaching to our global sangha on Practicing Compassion. Rinpoche’s concise pith teachings on this fundamental aspect of the Mahayana path will benefit all students, regardless of their pathway or level of practice.

The teaching will occur at 5:45PM Nepal time, you can find your local time here.

We will offer interpretation into Chinese, Spanish, Portuguese, Ukrainian, Vietnamese, Indonesian, Japanese, German and Thai.

The teaching will be given in English. It will also be live-streamed via YouTube. Since Zoom space is limited, if you don’t need translations, please kindly consider attending the teaching via the YouTube link. Please register for the teaching via Zoom, even if you intend to watch the teaching on YouTube.

If you do require translation, please try to arrive for the teaching between 5:30 and 5:45pm, Nepal time. If you arrive later, there may not be space available.

The YouTube recording of this teaching will be left available on YouTube for 24 hours after the teaching finishes. It is English only; live translation will not be available.


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