Sun, May 16|
Four Thoughts That Turn the Mind Toward the Dharma
With Lama Sherab Drolma
time & place
May 16, 2021, 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM GMT+2
About the course
We feel very happy and honored that Lama Sherab Drolma, despite her numerous activities, will take the time to give us a teaching on a very important topic. This is a particularly precious (and rare!) opportunity to get to know this wonderful Buddhist teacher and be inspired by her great wisdom and clarity.
Buddha's teachings are a source that inspires us to seek a better life, to be a good person, and, ultimately, to achieve a state of total freedom – enlightenment.
However, as we practice, we can give in to tendencies that we are used to, and our motivation to practice Dharma can be tainted. In addition, we can often experience difficulties that undermine our diligence, discipline, and joy in the path.
In this teaching, based mainly on the teachings of her teacher Chagdud Tulku Rinpoche, Lama Sherab Drolma will present a perspective on how the topic known as “The four thoughts that transform the mind” can be a pillar to keep our spiritual practice consistently according to the Dharma, and how prolific they can be to deal with obstacles along the path to enlightenment.
Lama Sherab Drolma was ordained as a lama by HE Chagdud Tulku Rinpoche in 2002 and is now a very respected teacher. For many years she served Rinpoche as a translator, personal attendant, and administrator of his Dharma activities. She is a residence lama of Chagdud Khadro Ling (https://chagdud.com.br) and traveled all over Brazil (before the pandemic) to support practitioners through teaching, spiritual advices and practice. She is also an exceptional lama dancer who authentically expresses the meaning of meditation through movement.
The course language is English! If necessary, we will be happy to organize a German translation. Please contact us if you want to participate and need a translation.
Fees: This teaching is on a donation basis. The donation will be transferred before the start of the event. Please help us maintain the ancient Buddhist tradition of donations.