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Next Venerable Dagpo Rinpoche's teachings

Venerable Dagpo Rinpoche will teach :

- In Hollande , March 9 and 10 teaching of Venerable Dagpo Rinpoche on ‘Training the spirit in eight stances’ from Langri Thangpa Dorjé Sénggé.
The teaching will be translated (french and english), webcasted and it will be possible to follow it in Yiga Tcheudzine (only french translation).
Information : www.kadamcholing.nl/ kadamcholing@gmail.com


- In Veneux les Sablons during the next weekend session of 23 and 24 March 2019 on
« specific method to produce the Spirit of Enlightenment and take bodhisattva's vows »: Saturday from 3:15 to 17:15 and Sunday from 10am to 12am. The teaching will translated in french and english and will be webcasted.



European tour of His Eminence LING RINPOCHE, April-May 2019

His Eminence Ling Rinpoche will be in Europe in April-May 2019 : information : lingrinpocheeurope

He will teach in :

- Amsterdam, coorganized by Kadam Chöling Hollande on April 6-7 on « on "Songs of Spiritual Experience " » by Je Tsongkhapa (translation into dutch and english (accessible on an FM radio), no webcast) information and registration : www.kadamcholing.nl

- Kadam Tcheuling Bordeaux on May 8-9 on « The Precious Master's Instructions » (translation in french) : information and registration : kadamtcheuling.org

- Paris on May 25-26 (see link above): the monthly weekend session initially planned for this date is cancelled.


Monthly weekend session


Next weekend session will be on March 23 and 24 2019 at Veneux-Les Sablons.
Following weekend will be on July 6 and 7 2019.
The session initially scheduled for May 25 and 26 is canceled because of His Eminence Ling Rinpoche's teaching in Paris.


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