Precious Lamrim Teachings 2019

The Easy Path to Travel to Omniscience
By the First Panchen Lama Losang Chökyi Gyeltsen

We have the greatest pleasure of announcing that Venerable Dagpo Rinpoche will be returning to Malaysia this November and it is hope that he will be able to complete his commentary on the First Panchen Lama’s fascinating short Lamrim work called “The Easy Path to Travel to Omniscience: A Practical Exposition of the Stages of the Path”, known in short as the “Easy Path or “De Lam” in Tibetan during this very precious visit to Malaysia , since his previous one being 2015.

The Tibetan term Lamrim means the stages of the path to enlightenment. It is a special set of instructions that includes all the essential teachings of Lord Buddha, structuring them in such a way as to facilitate comprehension and practice.

It is a proven method practiced by past great masters who have achieved the supreme realization of Buddhahood. Similarly by practicing this method well, we can gradually tame our minds by discarding our faults and increasing our good qualities, thus allowing us to achieve happiness now and in the future, including our future lifetimes. Ultimately, it allows us to put an end to all our sufferings definitively and attain perfect enlightenment so that we may have the perfect abilities to help all sentient beings to be freed from sufferings.

Venerable Dagpo Rinpoche was recognized by the Thirteenth Dalai Lama as the reincarnation of Dagpo Rinpoche Jamphel Lhundrup, Pabongkha Dorje Chang’s root guru. Rinpoche has received virtually all the transmissions of the Lamrim lineages extant today and is a renowned and highly skilled teacher of these precious instructions. We are extremely fortunate to have the privilege of listening to these instructions given by him.

PLEASE TAKE NOTE OF THE TEACHING SCHEDULES below to be held at Kadam Tashi Choe Ling 89, Jalan Penchala, Petaling Jaya ( Confirmed Times )

Saturday/ Sunday 2 & 3 November 2019

10.00 AM – 12 noon

3.30PM – 5.30PM

Tuesday 5 November

7.30PM – 9.30PM