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Tibetan Buddhist Society of Canberra

BUDDHIST TEACHINGS: Wheel of Sharp Weapons - Canberra

Come and learn about the writings of Atisha, Langri Thangpa and Chekhawa: celebrated Indian Buddhist writers revered for their clear explanation of Buddhist philosophy.

manjushriThe writings of Atisha, LangrI Thangpa and Chekhawa are widely taught widely known as 'Seven Point and Eight Verses' Mind training. But Atisha's famous Indonesian teacher Dharmarakshita who gave teachings on the Mind Training wrote his own poem known as 'WHEEL OF SHARP WEAPONS'.

It is much larger text, the contents of which are designed to subdue self-grasping. He challenges us to use all adversarial circumstances in life as a 'Wheel of Sharp Weapons', a tool or weapon to destroy the demon of self-cherishing, the root cause of all sufferings.

Lama Choedak Rinpoche will read the text and provide his own commentary. This is an invaluable teaching and should not be missed. 

Are you struggling financially and unable to pay the course fee? We may be able to assist you. Please contact us to discuss your options.

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17th October, 2017 7:30 PM   through   5th December, 2017 9:30 PM
Tibetan Buddhist Society of Canberra
25 Alderman Street
Evatt, 2617
ACT, Australia

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Phone: (02) 6238 2088
8-week Course
General Attendance $ 120.00
Concession $ 90.00
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General Location Tibetan Buddhist Society of Canberra, Evatt, ACT
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