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Next Venerable Dagpo Rinpoche's teachings

Venerable Dagpo Rinpoche will teach :

- In Veneux les Sablons, May, Saturday the 18th 2019 on « specific method to produce the Spirit of Enlightenment and take bodhisattva's vows », 9:30-12am and 3-5 pm. We will begin with the recitation of The South Lineage. Teaching webcasted in French and English.

- In Beausoleil Monaco, June, Friday the 14th 2019 at 5pm, conference of Venerable Dagpo Rinpoche on 'concentration'. Teaching webcasted in French and English.
info :

- In Beausoleil Monaco, June, Saturday and Sunday the 15th and 16th 2019 on : 'concentration and wisdom'. Teaching webcasted in French and English.
information : 06 12 90 55 31,

- In Avignon, June, Saturday the 22th and Sunday the 23th 2019, more information to come soon. Information : 04 90 25 30 24,

Gueshe Ane's teaching

Venerable Gueshe Ane will teach on the theme: "How to control the mind in everyday life" from 9.30am to 12pm and from 3pm to 5pm. We will begin with a short Jorchoe.

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 :

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

- 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 July 6 and 7 2019 at Veneux-Les Sablons.
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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