Ven. Hungkar in Seattle – May 2016


Three Auspicious Days of Public Teachings

kungkarVenerable Hungkar Dorje Rinpoche was born into a family line of great and highly realized
yogins. He was recognized early in life as the reincarnation of Do Khyentse Yeshe Dorje, the
mind emanation of Jigme Lingpa. He is the Abbot of Thubten Chokor Ling Monastery in
Golok, Tibet. He is also a humanitarian activist building schools, medical facilities and
foundations to aid the elderly and disabled. His teachings has spread far and wide in many
countries throughout the world. Come join us for three auspicious days of blessings which will
awaken your heart and enlighten your mind.

Teachings and Oral Transmission on Amitayus
Friday, May 13th
11:00am-1:00pm & 2:30-4:30pm
CO LAM PAGODA –   3503 S Graham St, Seattle, WA 98118

Amitayus is the Buddha of long life, merit and wisdom. When our life is constantly threatened by diseases, disasters or shortness of life, it is a tremendous obstacle to our spiritual practice.  We need good health, longevity, merit and wisdom to achieve our goals in life and also attain ultimate spiritual enlightenment. The practice of Amitayus is very precious since it can grant us wisdom, merit, compassion, a long life, expedite healing of sickness, diseases and prevent premature death. Sincerely doing the practice can help remove obstacles endangering one’s life and that of others. Practicing with compassion generates inconceivable merits, purifies countless negative karma, diseases and obstructions to a healthy long life.

Teachings and Oral Transmission on Orgyen Dzambhala
Saturday, May 14th
11:00am – 1:00pm & 2:30 – 4:30pm
CO LAM PAGODA  –  3503 S Graham St, Seattle, WA 98118

Orgyen Dzambhala is the emanation of Padmasambhava along with his retinue of Eight
Dzambhalas. This most auspicious Terma was hidden by Padmasambhava to be revealed later by His Holiness Orgyen Kusum Lingpa who then transmitted it to Hungkar Dorje Rinpoche.  This is an excellent practice for those suffering from financial difficulties or any misfortunes.  The blessings of this practice are swift and vast ensuring the practitioner success, happiness, financial and spiritual wealth. Orgyen Dzambhala also helps to overcome poverty and obstacles by increasing good fortune and merit. By practicing generosity and kindness toward sentient beings, this practice will bring about financial stability and spiritual enlightenment.

Transforming Obscurations on the Path to Buddhahood
Sunday, May 15th
1:30 – 3:30pm & 4:00 – 6:00pm
SAKYA MONASTERY  –  108 NW 83rd St, Seattle, WA 98117

All beings are inherently enlightened by nature. We all want to achieve ultimate peace and
happiness. By practicing the dharma, we are able to achieve some enlightenment from the
chaotic samsara. However, our path to Buddhahood is not an easy destination. It is a path
filled with numerous obscurations and afflictive obstructions. These obscurations obstruct
our direct perception into the nature of our own mind or “Buddha Nature.” They can prevent us from entering the path, progressing along the path, vanquishing confusion and attaining the full state of Buddhahood. The Buddhas were once sentient beings who completely purified their minds of obscurations and afflictive obstructions to attain the full state of enlightenment or Buddhahood. Come learn to identify and transform these obscurations and afflictive obstructions on your path to Buddhahood.

Free Admission. Everyone is invited to attend. Vegetarian Lunch on Fri/Sat.
Please register in advance.
Contact: Anthony 425.772.3488 / Denise 425.772.3317



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