Khenpo Tseten will give on us the way to generate the sincere motivation to practice the Buddhadharma by teaching us on the four mind reversing thoughts that turn the mind away from samsara. He will mix teaching with joint practice sessions causing a very direct experience for the listeners/practitioners.
Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche: “Contemplation of the “common foundations,” sometimes known as the four thoughts that turn the mind away from samsara, is a classic method for preparing yourself to practise the dharma. It still works extremely well to this day and is not in the least archaic.“
Khenpo Tseten was born in Thimpu (Bhutan) in 1974. In the early 90s, Khenpo-la joined Shechen monastery in Nepal. In 2000, he brilliantly completed his studies at the shedra (monastic college) of the monastery. Shechen Rabjam Rinpoche, abbot of Shechen, later entrusted to him the responsibility of the same shedra, which he held for three years.
In 2006, Rabjam Rinpoche instructed him to come and teach in Nyima Dzong in France. Khenpo-la has over 15 years of teaching experience – he started teaching in the shedra while completing his 3d year of studies – and does a one month retreat every year.
Friday: 20:00 – 22.00
Saturday 10:00 – 12.30 and 14.30 – 17:00
Sunday 10:00 – 12.30 and 14.30 – 17:00
€ 40 for the whole weekend or € 20 per day
Fridaynight € 10