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Tulku Nyima/Loving-Kindness & Compassion Healing Retreat/Feb 21-25/Bristol, VT

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    Tulku Nyima Gyaltsen Rinpoche Melting the Frozen Heart of Suffering: The Healing Power of Loving-Kindness and Compassion February 21-25, 2008 Bristol, Vermont
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      Tulku Nyima Gyaltsen Rinpoche
      Melting the Frozen Heart of Suffering:
      The Healing Power of Loving-Kindness and Compassion

      February 21-25, 2008
      Bristol, Vermont

      Tulku Nyima Rinpoche reterns to Vermont to give precious teachings on the Healing Power of Loving-Kindness and Compassion.

      Teaching Schedule
      Thursday, February 21
      Heart Advice on Entering the Spiritual Path:
      A Teaching on Parting from The Four Attachments
      Time: 7 PM
      Sug. Don. $10

      Friday, February 22
      Bodhicitta: The Healing Power of Loving-Kindness and Compassion
      Time: 6:30 - 9 PM
      Sug. Don. $20

      Sat-Sun, February 23-24
      Melting the Frozen Heart of Suffering:
      Healing through the Practice of Chenrezig, Deity of Loving-Kindness and Compassion
      Time: 9:30-12 & 2:30-5 PM both days
      Sug. Don. $120

      Monday, February 25
      Realizing the Mind of the Lama:
      Teachings on Guru Rinpoche
      and the Seven Line Prayer
      Time: 9:30-12 & 2:30-5 PM
      Sug. Don. $60


      For those attending the complete Retreat the suggested donation is $180.
      To Register please email ddcv@... Or call us at 802-453-3431.
      Work Study and Scholarships Available No one turned away for financial reasons.
      Those who can pre-register should make a check out to DDCV and send to:
      PO Box 252
      Bristol, VT 05443
      You can also pay by Paypal.
      Our Paypal account is ddcv@...
      It is also ok to register at the door,
      but pre-registrations are appreciated.
      More info on these teachings can be found at www.ddcv.com


      Teaching Location
      2 Elm ST.
      Bristol, VT


      Community Housing
      Inexpensive Housing is Available for
      $15 a night.
      For this housing contact us at ddcv@...
      Other housing is on our web page under retreat housing at www.ddcv.com


      Nearest airport, bus and train stations are in Burlington, VT. Pickups from these locations can be arranged


      Bio for Tulku Nyima Gyaltsen Rinpoche

      Tulku Nyima Gyaltsen Rinpoche was born in the water horse year of 1942 in Tromtar, Eastern Tibet (Kham).The great Jamyang Khyentse Chokyi Lodro recognized him as a reincarnate lama (a tulku) when he was just a small child. At the age of 12, he went to Nyoshul Monastery to study, and trained under many masters, including Orgyen Rigdzin, Khenpo Munsel, and Arig Rinpoche - his root teacher.

      During this time he studied and meditated on the classic works of the Sakya and Nyingma traditions. In 2003, on his first visit to the United States, he met His Holiness Sakya Trizin who recognized him as a 'genuine reincarnate lama of the Sakya tradition." His Holiness also described him as 'well accomplished." H.E. Garchen Rinpoche met Tulku Nyima Rinpoche's visit to the U.S. in 2003 Rinpoche was able to visit Garchen Institute in Arizona where Garchen Rinpoche with tremendous affection supplicated Tulku Nyima to teach his students during one of Garchen Rinpoche's regularly scheduled teaching times at the summer retreat.Garchen Rinpoche stressed the preciousness of the opportunity to receive teachings from such a great master.

      Tulku Nyima is recognized as one of the five emanations of Khenpo Ngagchung, one of the greatest Nyingma masters of the previous century and a prophesied emanation of Vimalamitra and Longchenpa. Khenpo Ngachung authored "A guide to the Words of My Perfect Teacher".

      Since 2002 he has been the abbot of the Dokho Monastery in Derge, Eastern Tibet. In 2003, while visiting the U.S. Rinpoche announced his intention to establish his first center in the West and named it Sakya Dokho Choling; it is located in Germantown, Maryland. Tulku Nyima has been the abbot of many different monasteries in Tibet since 1985 and has taught in universities both in Tibet and in America. He has many disciples, among them Lamas and Tulkus from many regions including Central Tibet, Amdo, Kham, and Inner Mongolia.


      May These Teachings Benefit All Sentient Beings.

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