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HH Dalai Lama’s Teachings to Tibetan Youth (June 1-3)

His Holiness Gyalwang Karmapa listens to His Holiness Dalai Lama at the latter’s special lectures for Tibetan youth

His Holiness Gyalwang Karmapa attended the special lecture on the essence of Buddhism, given to Tibetan youth by His Holiness the Dalai Lama. His Holiness explained the key aspects of Tibetan Buddhism to Tibetan high school and college students, with great emphasis on the benefits of studying Buddhism. Highlighting the need for the study of Buddhism, His Holiness advised that a deeper and fuller understanding of Buddhism enables one to become what His Holiness calls a “Buddhist of the 21st century: “Complimenting faith with knowledge and reason, one understands why Buddhism is a philosophy, a religion, a science, to transform the mind.”

Over 3500 young Tibetans from India and five different countries have registered for this special introductory Buddhist class, which the Read the rest of this article

Photogallery of His Holiness Gyawang Karmapa’s Activities in April-May

Guyhasamaja Teachings from HH Dalai Lama (May 19-30)

Their Holinesses Gyalwang Karmapa and Sakya Trizin attended His Holiness’ Dalai Lama’s teaching and commentary on Guhyasamaja at the Tsuglagkhang. Over 2600 people attended the teaching, including more than 2000 monks and nuns, and 169 foreigners. To receive the empowerment, attendees were required to have already received the Guhyasamaja Initiation as a pre-requisite to these advanced teachings. (text continues below slideshow)

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Inauguration of Gyuto Monastery School (May 9, 2007)

On May 9th, His Holiness Read the rest of this article

His Holiness at the 2007 Mind and Life Conference in Dharamsala (April 9-13, 2007)

 

2007 Mind and Life Conference in Dharamsala attended by Their Holiness Dalai Lama and Gyalwang Karmapa

His Holiness Gyalwa Karmapa attended the conference of Mind and Life, Dialogue on The Universe in a Single Atom, held at His Holiness Dalai Lama’s residence. Headed by His Holiness Dalai Lama, the Dialogues were held from April 9th till April 13th, at the request of Mr. R. Adam Engle, CEO and Chairman of Mind and Life Institute, and General Coordinator of the Mind and Life Conference.

The Mind and Life Dialogues were created as an experiment to determine whether a rigorous scientific exchange could occur between modern scientists and Dalai Lama. The experiment was successful and over the ensuing decade, regular dialogues were Read the rest of this article

His Holiness The Gyalwa Karmapa Attends “The Revival of the Tibetan Bhikshuni Ordination Academic Conference” (May 2006)

His Holiness at the Vinaya Holder’s Conference on the revival of the lineage of Tibetan Bhishunis

During the three days from May 22-24, 2006, the Gyalwa Karmapa attended the Third Academic Conference on The Revival of Tibetan Bhikshuni Ordination.” At the opening ceremony, His Holiness the Dalai Lama, the Gyalwa Karmapa, Sang-tung Rinpoche, Geshe Tupten of the Graduate Institute of Geshe Studies, and geshes, kenpos; Read the rest of this article

HH Gyalwa Karmapa At Annual Teachings by HH Dalai Lama and Shoton Festival (March-April 2006)

His Holiness the Gyalwa Karmapa attended the Shoton Festival of Tibetan Opera in Dharamsala in April, an annual celbration of this important and vibrant Tibetan tradition. His Holiness the Dalai Lama was also in attendance.

His Holiness Karmapa also attended the Dalai Lama’s annual public teachings in Dharamsala from March 15-29, 2006. The Dalai Lama taught on Shantideva’s Compendium of Precepts, which is a compilation of the central Mahayana teachings on morality, vows and precepts. HH Dalai Lama also taught from A Guide to the Bodhisattva’s Way of Life and Milarepa’s Songs of Realization. Read the rest of this article