February 22 & 23, 2020 | Teachings on the Three Trainings of Buddhism with Khenpo Leethong

Please note that Khenpo Leethong’s visit has been shortened and his valuable Teachings will now take place over the weekend of Sat 22 and Sun 23 February as per the revised program below.
Khenpo is a young Buddhist and speaks fluent English so will teach directly without a translator.

Please note that it is not necessary to attend all the Teachings, but as this is a progressive teaching best to try and attend from the beginning.

Saturday 22 – at Harare Buddhist Centre, 7a Ernie’s Lane

  • 10.00 – 11.00    Teachings on “The Three Trainings”
  • 11.00 – 11.30     Tea/coffee break
  • 11.30 – 12.30     Teachings on “The Three Trainings”
  • 12.30 – 14.00     Bring and share lunch
  • 14.00 – 15.00     Teachings on “The Three Trainings”
  • 15.00 – 15.15     Break
  • 15.15 – 16.15     Teachings on “The Three Trainings”

Sunday 23 – at Harare Buddhist Centre, 7a Ernie’s Lane

  • 09.00-09.45       Personal meditation
  • 10.00-11.00        Teaching session on “Three Trainings”
  • 11.00-11.30         Tea break
  • 11.30-12.30         Teaching session on “Three Trainings”
  • 12.30-14.00        Bring and share lunch.
  • 14.00-16.00        Meeting with Lamrim study group: first 3 paramitas followed by Q & A session (general and Lamrim related)

Admission : Free but an offering ( Dana) to the Khenpo would be appreciated – as gratitude for the Khenpo’s efforts in transmitting the Dharma (priceless teachings of The Buddha)

For more information please contact : Mia Moers on mia.moers [at] gmail.com or whatsapp 0772345086

“The Three Trainings” are essential teachings and instructions on ethics (morality), concentration (meditation), and wisdom.

We need to develop our ethics, meditation and wisdom in order to transform our current afflicted mental states and hence progress on the path. The Three Trainings are important both in Buddhist and worldly contexts; learning to lead a more wholesome life by benefiting others and refraining from harm, making the mind more emotionally balanced, and developing both practical wisdom and rational analysis.

It is a wonderful opportunity to have a qualified teacher teaching us this extremely important topic.

Khenpo Leethong became a monk when he was 15 years old and graduated from Karma Shri Nalanda Institute of Rumtek monastery (monastery of HH Karmapa in Sikkim.) The Khenpo studied mainly Buddhist philosophy and also some languages, western philosophy and comparative religions. After Khenpo Leethong graduated, he taught in Rumtek for some years, after which time he focused more on research. Khenpo’s speciality is focussed on Karma Kagyu teachings and history.

Presently Khenpo Lekthong lives at Ralang monastery, the monastery of Goshir Gyaltsab Rinpoche, heart son of HH 16 Gyalwa Karmapa, where he duties include translating teachings into English.

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