Talks by Tibetan Buddhist Monk and Teacher Chamtrul Rinpoche
  • Lecture Theatre 1, Roland Levinsky Building

  • Lecture Theatre 1, Roland Levinsky Building

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The University's Multi-faith Chaplaincy in collaboration with local Buddhists are delighted to invite you to two talks to be given by Tibetan Buddhist Monk and Teacher Chamtrul Rinpoche.

Chamtrul Rinpoche is an eminent scholar and the recognised reincarnation of a great master from the Nyingma tradition of Tibetan Buddhism, the oldest school in Tibet. The teachings are open to everybody (not just students or Buddhists) and are by donation. This will be the furthest in the South West his teachings have reached and a great opportunity to explore how are actions are influenced by motivation and the impact this can have on other people.

  • Monday 24 June: A theoretical and practical guide to meditation
  • Tuesday 25 June: Transitional states between life, death and rebirth

Free entry and open to all. Donations are welcome to guarantee next year's teachings. 

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