His Eminence Jhado Rinpoche: Refuge teachings and ceremony

05jun18:0019:30His Eminence Jhado Rinpoche: Refuge teachings and ceremonyIN PERSON & ONLINE: To take refuge means “to rely upon”. We rely upon the Buddha, the Dharma, the Sangha – they are a savior, a liberator, to cultivate the path of enlightenment in our minds.

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(Måndag) 18:00 - 19:30(GMT+02:00)

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Yeshin Norbu

Roslagsgatan 62

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Jhado Rinpoche (Tenzin Jungne) was born in 1954 to a nomadic family living in the area of Namtso Lake, 220 kilometers north of Lhasa, Tibet. At the age of three he was recognized and enthroned as the 6th incarnation of the abbot of Jhado Monastery.

From 1992 until 1996, Rinpoche served as a teacher at Namgyal Monastery in Dharamsala, the personal monastery of His Holiness the Dalai Lama. In 1997, Rinpoche was appointed to the post of Abbot of Namgyal Monastery, and served the institution in that capacity until 2004.

Jhado Tulku Rinpoche is one of the most highly esteemed lamas in the Geluk lineage today. In addition to his excellent education in the Geluk monastic college system, over the years Rinpoche has also received many oral transmissions and empowerments from His Holiness the Dalai Lama and his two main tutors, as well as from many great teachers from other traditions, including the famous Nyingma master Trulshik Rinpoche and Chogye Trichen Rinpoche.

Renowned for his keen intelligence and dynamic teaching style, Jhado Rinpoche is also highly acclaimed for his ability to engage Western students in ways that are interesting and personally relevant. In addition to these qualities, Rinpoche is also well known and loved for his gentle demeanor and his kindness.

Refuge teachings and ceremony

As Lama Yeshe has said, we should not feel that taking refuge is something strange, something new. In fact, we take refuge every day: refuge in food, in keeping warm, in houses and clothes, in chocolate etc. We take refuge in things that we need in order to survive and/or things that simply make us happy.

Taking refuge in the Dharma is understanding the universal nature of oneself and all beings. This is the way to completely free oneself and eliminate oneself from all miserable situations. When one understands this, there is no reason to be unhappy, says Lama Yeshe.

To take refuge means “to rely upon”. We rely upon the Buddha, the Dharma, the Sangha – they are a savior, a liberator, to cultivate the path of enlightenment in our minds.

Jhado Rinpoche will teach on the meaning and commitments of taking Refuge in the Three Jewels. Rinpoche will also grant refuge to those who register.

As a preliminary to the refuge ceremony, Venerable Michael will give a teaching on Thursday, May 25.

Practical information and how to register

Course dates: June 5
Weekday: Monday
Time: 18.00-19.30
Language: Jhado RInpoche will teach in TIbetan, there will be consecutive translation into English by Venerable Michael.
Location: Yeshin Norbu
Last day of registration: same day
Registration: You register for the course by purchasing a ticket here on the website, see “Tickets” below.

During the teaching, we will be using these prayers. Feel free to access them digitally:

https://atishacentre.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/bodhisattvas_jewel_garland_web.pdf

Prayers for His Emminence Jhado Rinpoches teachings, June 3-4 2023

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    His Eminence Jhado Rinpoche

    Jhado Rinpoche (Tenzin Jungne) was born in 1954 to a nomadic family living in the area of Namtso Lake, 220 kilometers north of Lhasa, Tibet. At the age of three he was recognized and enthroned as the 6th incarnation of the abbot of Jhado Monastery.

    From 1992 until 1996, Rinpoche served as a teacher at Namgyal Monastery in Dharamsala, the personal monastery of His Holiness the Dalai Lama. In 1997, Rinpoche was appointed to the post of Abbot of Namgyal Monastery, and served the institution in that capacity until 2004.

    Jhado Tulku Rinpoche is one of the most highly esteemed lamas in the Geluk lineage today. In addition to his excellent education in the Geluk monastic college system, over the years Rinpoche has also received many oral transmissions and empowerments from His Holiness the Dalai Lama and his two main tutors, as well as from many great teachers from other traditions, including the famous Nyingma master Trulshik Rinpoche and Chogye Trichen Rinpoche.

    Renowned for his keen intelligence and dynamic teaching style, Jhado Rinpoche is also highly acclaimed for his ability to engage Western students in ways that are interesting and personally relevant. In addition to these qualities, Rinpoche is also well known and loved for his gentle demeanor and his kindness.