H.E.Serkong

Tsenshap

Rinpoche

“Seven Limb

Prayer”

 





In the sky before me, on a lion throne with lotus and moon cushions,
sits the venerable Guru smiling cheerfully,
supreme field of merit for my mind of faith;
please stay one hundred eons to spread the teachings!

Hundred Deities of Tushita Heaven Dülnagpa Päldän

ONLINE




Details


Where: 
Online
When:
Sunday
7th  July
Time:
11 am to 1 pm
-Madrid time-
Languages: 
Tibetan, English, Spanish
Suggested donation: 
20 €
For individuals with financial difficulties financial support will be provided
Ordained Sangha: free




About the teachings


Seven Limb Prayer

based on the text “Hundred Deities of Tushita Heaven”



In this teachings, H.E.Serkong Tsenshap Rinpoche will explain the Seven Limb prayer, with the text of  Lama Tsong Khapa’s Guru Yoga “Hundred Deities of Tushita Heaven”, composed by Dülnagpa Päldän.

H.E.Serkong Rinpoche will give us explanations about each of the limbs: “prostration,” “offering,” “confession,” “rejoicing,” “requesting to remain,” “requesting to turn the wheel of Dharma,” and “dedication.”

We invite you all to attend this precious teaching from an exceptional teacher, which will help us to understand the basis of the Buddhist path to Awakening through this prayer.

As Lama Zopa Rinpoche said: “the Seven Limb Practice is the basic practice for achieving enlightenment”.

 



H.E. Serkong Tsenshap Rinpoche

At the age of two, H.E. Serkong Tsenshab Rinpoche II (1984 – present) pointed to the photo of the recently deceased Assistant Tutor of H.H. the 14th Dalai Lama and said, “That’s me!” Recognized as the reincarnation of the former H.E. Serkong Tsenshab Rinpoche, the young tulku received his Buddhist training initially at Ganden Jangtse Monastery in South India. After deciding to continue his work for the Dharma as a layman, he completed his education at the Institute of Buddhist Dialectics in Dharamsala. On the advice of the Dalai Lama, he has now completed two years of intensive study of English in Canada and is continuing his higher Buddhist training.