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Tibetan Yogas of Body and Mind Macrh 26-27 Troy, Michigan
« on: March 15, 2016, 11:48:45 am »
Bringing the Mind to Rest- Tibetan Yogas of Body and Mind
Join Younge Khachab Rinpoche for a weekend of meditation instruction and teachings. Rinpoche will be giving practical instruction on meditation techniques and the Tibetan practice of Tsa Lung based on his extensive study and personal experience. Rinpoche’s direct and practical teaching style is carefully calibrated to address the needs of contemporary Western practitioners, who may not have time for years of study. This weekend represents a valuable opportunity to learn new methods and to gain confidence in one's practice of these most profound techniques
Saturday March 26, 10am – 12pm & 2pm – 4pm
Sunday  March 27, 10am – 12pm & 2pm – 4pm

Registration Fee
$150 pre-registration
$175 at the door
 
To pre-register and pay through PAYPAL or credit card please go to youngedrudulling.org and click on the event to register, You can also pre register then pay by mailing a check to Younge Drodul Ling, 1624 Fordem Ave Unit. 303, Madison, WI 53704
Location of Teachings
196 Birchwood Drive, Troy, MI 48083
Ven. Younge Khachab Rinpoche, seventh in the Khachab line of reincarnations, is a direct descendent of the famed terton, Younge Migyur Dorje, and holds the family lineage for this cycle of termas. His family has been closely associated with the Karmapas since the 17th century. This highly accomplished non-sectarian master received his education at Ganden and Rumtek. He has studied widely with the top masters in the Kagyu, Gelug, Nyingma, Sakya and Bon schools. He received his Geshe degree from Ganden University and was appointed Khenpo of a Kagyu monastery in Nepal, where he served for several years. Rinpoche's style of teaching is direct, warm, and engaging. He is accessible and takes personal interest in his students' progress. Rinpoche presently makes his home in the United States.
If you have questions about the teachings please contact: Brian Grow, (586)713-6771, brian_grow@hotmail.com Kathy McDonald, (248)930-9226, mysteveie19@yahoo.com

 


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