Khenpo Lama Migmar Tseten ~ September 26-28

We appreciate Khenpo Migmar’s effort in re-scheduling Minnestoa visit when he found a small gap in his busy schedule. We hope you can join us! Please tell your friends!

Friday, September 26, 2014, 6:30-8:30 pm
Public Talk: “Yoga, Yantra, and their Benefits”
At: Green Tara Studio, 2211 West 54th Street, Minneapolis, MN 55419
Co-sponsored by Green Tara Studio, Invisible Bee Yoga, and MN Sakya Center

Yoga and Yantra were practiced in India and Tibet by the yogis and lamas as part of their daily practice. Khenpo Migmar will talk about how yoga and yantra were originated, developed, defined and practiced in different traditions. This talk is open to all!

Saturday, September 27, 2014, 2-4 PM
Awakening to the Noble Truth
At: MN Sakya Center (619 8th St. SE., #112, Minneapolis, MN 55414)

The Four Noble Truths are regarded as the central teaching of the Buddhist tradition and provide the framework upon which all other Buddhist Philosophy and meditation are based. Khenpo Migmar will teach the Four Noble Truths and their sixteen corresponding aspects, and explain how our realization on the spiritual path can become more transformative and profound by repeatedly studying them. Recommended Reading: “Awakening to the Noble Truth” by Lama Migmar Tseten. Books are available at the center and on Amazon.

Sunday, September 28, 2014, 10 AM to Noon
Green Tara Meditation Instruction
At: MN Sakya Center (619 8th St. SE., #112, Minneapolis, MN 55414)

Tara is the manifestation of the compassion of all the Buddhas. She carries out and accomplishes the enlightened activities of the Buddhas. The practice of Green Tara helps to overcome fear & anxiety and eliminates suffering of all kinds.

All events open to all, no fees to enter, donations welcome!
All donations will be offered to Khenpo Migmar’s Mangalam Dharma activities.

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Khenpo MigmarVenerable Khenpo Lama Migmar Tseten

Lama Migmar has been serving Harvard-wide student, faculties, and staff as a Buddhist Chaplain since 1997. He received both a traditional and a contemporary education in India. He graduated with an Acharya degree in 1979 from Tibetan Institute of Sanskrit University, Varanasi, India, and with first position every nine years among four schools of Tibetan Buddhism. He was awarded a medal for academic excellence by His Holiness The Dalai Lama. He was also recognized as Khenpo for his scholarship and service to the Dharma by His Holiness Sakya Trizin.

Lama Migmar served as the head of Sakya Center in Rajpur, India, and the Sakya Monastery in Puruwalla, India, from 1981 to 1989, taking care of the well being of several hundred monastic residents. During this time he reintroduced the original form of the geshe educational system of Tibet, with degrees from kazhipa up to the rabjampa degree, with a curriculum that included all of the eighteen major texts, which are known as the Dragchen Chogyed.

Additionally, Lama Migmar supervised the editing and publication of over 50 rare volumes of Sakya literature including the 31 volumes of Sakya Lamdre and the rare Golden Manuscripts of the Five Founding Masters of Sakya. He founded Sakya Institute for Buddhist Studies in Cambridge, MA in 1990. He leads retreats at Buddhist centers throughout North America and Europe.

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