Tentative Schedule for 23 December

approx 4.30am: Teaching venue entrance gates will open approx. 8.30 – 11.30am: teachings approx. 11.30am – 1pm: lunch break approx. 1pm – 3pm: teachings Further details about the daily schedule will be posted here as they are confirmed.

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Today’s Lamrim Quote (22 December 2014)

“You are the eyes to see all the myriad collections of scriptures; To the fortunate ones traveling to freedom you illuminate the excellent path, You do this through skillful deeds stirred forth by compassion. I pay respectful homage to you O all my spiritual mentors.” From The Concise Treatise on the Stages of the Path […]

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Final preparations…

Only a few days left before the teachings begin! The tent and sound system are nearly ready, prayer flags and decorations have been set-up throughout all of Mundgod Tibetan Settlement, and there is a continual stream of attendees arriving and making teaching entrance passes… © Rio Helmi/JLTOC © Rio Helmi/JLTOC © Rio Helmi/ JLTOC  © […]

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Geluk International Foundation

The Jangchup Lamrim Teaching Organizing Committee is pleased to introduce the Geluk International Foundation: The vision of the Geluk International Foundation is to promote, propagate, develop, enrich and preserve the Geluk tradition established by the great master Je Tsonghkhapa, under the wise leadership and inspiring spiritual guidance of His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama and […]

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Today’s Lamrim Quote (21 December 2014)

“Once you become convinced that compassion is the excellent key to the path through such proof as reason and limitless scriptures, why would you not hold the spirit of enlightenment together with its root – compassion – to be the supreme instruction? The teacher Shang-na-chung said, “Even though I asked for instructions from the Great […]

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Anniversary of HH 13th Dalai Lama

In the Tibetan calendar, today is the anniversary of the passing away of His Holiness the 13th Dalai Lama. May all of His Holiness’ wishes be instantly and perfectly fulfilled!

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Attendee Tip #16: Monastery Etiquette

To avoid offending others while visiting the monastery, please be aware of the following inappropriate conduct. Even if you do not intend to be disrespectful, such behavior may appear rude and inconsiderate. Unless required by security personnel, do not remain seated when His Holiness the Dalai Lama enters the prayer hall. Please stand when His […]

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Today’s Lamrim Quote (20 December 2014)

“[Think:] ‘I have no craving to attain Enlightenment Quickly for myself. I will live for infinite lives For the sake of a single sentient being.’” From Lamp for the Path to Enlightenment by Jowo Je Atisha. As translated in: The Lamp of the Path to Enlightenment translated by the Central University of Tibetan Studies, Sarnath, India. Download […]

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Attendee Tip #15 – Security entrance gates

The teachings will take place in Gaden Jangtse Prayer Hall, which is surrounded by a wall with gates. Each gate is designated as the entrance for certain attendees, as follows: Indian Citizens & Foreigners (including Indian & foreign monks/nuns): Gate # 7 Tibetan monks: Gate # 3, 5, 6 Tibetan nuns: Gate # 5, 6 […]

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IMPORTANT – Attendee Tip #14: Seating during the Teachings

Please carefully read ALL of the following important information about how to make your seat reservation. SEATING Seating will be on the floor, so you are advised to bring a cushion/mat for comfort.  If you require a chair or stool, you must bring your own as these will not be provided.  If you must sit […]

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