Teachings On Seven Line Song
Dharma never tires of explaining itself through those committed to teaching – and to everyone who has questions or incomprehension; Dharma re-clothes itself in fresh terms. No book of truth can contain Dharma – because Dharma speaks to every style of confusion; and the styles of confusion are as variegated as the cultures, societies, and epochs in which we live. The Seven Line Song of Padmasambhava is a stirring anthem to freedom and to the sheer glee evoked by direct insight into the nature of reality.
Mipham Rinpoche wrote: "This prayer in seven vajra lines is the most majestic of all prayers to the great and glorious one of Oddiyana, the essence of all the victorious ones of the three times. Arising as the inherent vibration of naturally occuring vajra sound, it constitutes a great treasure trove of blessings and spiritual attainments."
Dorje Tsigdun is an immense subject that touches every layer of Buddhist practice. One could speak on the subject for months. This talk, by Ngak'chang Rinpoche and Khandro Déchen, of a vast and profound subject will be a small taste only.
Gar-tak Center, Helsinki
Saturday 23rd of May 10:00 – 14:00 35€ / 25€ unemployed, students
Sunday 24th of May 11:00 – 16:00 50€ / 40€ unemployed, students
BOOKINGS for the event: email@example.com