Shambhala Coordinators and Staff
From the time when Padmasambhala and Yeshe Tsogyal first planted dharma treasures in Tibet to be discovered later when most needed, terma, literally “treasure,” has been an important part of disseminating Buddhist wisdom teachings. This is particularly true for "mind terma," where powerful methods and insight are spontaneously revealed to the mindstream of great teachers and shared with close students.
On Sunday morning, October 13th, Ringu Tulku Rinpoche, a Tibetan Buddhist master in the Kagyü tradition who has a long association with Shambhala, will share his understanding of the history and benefit of the terma tradition to tantrikas (those who have received pointing out instruction by lineage holder in one of the Tibetan schools).
If you would like to staff this program, please review the available slots below and click on the button to sign up. Thank you!
8:00am - 12:30pm MDT
Sunday, 10/13, 8-12:30 pm
|| Tracy Suchocki