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    E-Vam Institute Spring Programs Chagdud Khadro P HOWA: TRANSFERENCE OF CONSCIOUSNESS October 1-2 Cost: $140 (membership discounts apply) P howa means
    Message 1 of 1 , Jul 26, 2011

      E-Vam Institute

      Spring Programs

      Chagdud Khadro


      October 1-2

      Cost: $140 (membership discounts apply)

      P'howa  means transferring consciousness from one state to another. At the moment of death, the skillful means of the "p'howa of three recognitions" allows us to direct our consciousness out of our body into the exalted state of Amitabha Buddha's pure realm. P'howa ensures we won't die in a state of spiritual uncertainty and drift helplessly in the after-death bardo. It provides a consummate method to help others when they die. Empowerment into Amitabha Buddha - a support of p'howa - will be given.

      Chagdud Khadro trained in p'howa extensively under Chagdud Tulku Rinpoche and her teachings have found a receptive audience among Buddhist practitioners and people who work with the dying. She also compiled the teachings of the late master, H. E. Chagdud Rinpoche, into the P'howa Commentary. Since Rinpoche's Parinirvana in November 2002, Khadro has served as the spiritual director of the Chagdud Gonpa centers in Latin America. She lives in Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil, where she teaches and writes. Until March 2012, she is a lama-in-residence at Rigdzin Ling, Chagdud Gonpa's main center in North America.

      Dr Jim Valby


      October 14-16

      Cost: $140 (membership discounts apply)

      Jim Valby attended graduate school while driving a school bus, programming computers, teaching violin, and running a nuclear reactor. He earned Masters and Doctorate degrees in Tibetan Buddhism focusing on Shri Singha, Vimalamitra, and computers at the University of Saskatchewan under Professor Herbert Guenther. In 1982, he participated in his first retreat with Chogyal Namkhai Norbu. Since 1989, he has lived in Western Massachusetts, near the Dzogchen Community's North American base Tsegyalgar East, working on translations from Tibetan, transcripts of Chogyal Namkhai Norbu retreats and other Dzogchen Community projects.

      Dorm room accommodation available for both programs at E-Vam Institute for $25 per night (membership discounts apply)

      Please send books and payments to the address below or call the office to make a booking

      E-Vam Institute | 171 Water Street, Chatham (town of Ghent), NY 12037 | 518-392-6900 | www.evam.org | office@...

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