Shedra and Ngondro takes place
Shedra (philosophical studies) begins at 8.30 – 10 a.m.
SHEDRA For the first time in Auckland, New Zealand, Buddhist Shedra is offered for lay practitioners and students. With fidelity to his role as our spiritual guide and director, Traleg Kyabgon Rinpoche has taken a special interest in cultivating the correct understanding of the Buddhist view. Shedra can be translated as “place of learning,” and is the Tibetan term for the traditional, foundational course of Tibetan Buddhist study, historically undertaken by young monastics. Nyima Tashi’s Shedra provides a systematic, thorough, and deep explanation of preliminary texts within the Buddhist Canon, imparting knowledge and confidence to those aspiring and entering the stream of the Buddhadharma. Learning is accompanied and supported by the study of Sanskrit terms relevant to Buddhist study.
We are delighted to invite individuals to apply for admission to Shedra. While this education is rigorous, it is paced with opportunities for collective inquiry and dialogue, appreciation of the busyness and obligations implicit in modern life, and good humour!
Please contact Ven. Jangchub Lhamo to apply to join.
For further information and to apply for the course, please call Nyima Tashi office on 3766-113 or e-mail: email@example.com
Ngondro (Preliminary practices) follows on from this class, commencing at 10 – 11.30
For more information contact: Jangchub – Tel: (09) 376-6113 or E-mail:firstname.lastname@example.org