Back in Berlin

After his US tour, Rinpoche is back in Europe and returned to Berlin on Monday May 6th, 2013. He taught at Rigpa for one night and then spent three days in Bodhicharya.

At his “home” in Berlin, Rinpoche gave teachings on Karma in a fully packed gompa.

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He had lunch with the sangha.

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Meetings were also held to prepare the annual general assembly that took place on May 8th, to organise fundraising and to plan the next winter retreat to be held in Bodhicharya Berlin in February 2014.

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After Berlin, Rinpoche will travel to Hamburg, Vienna and Huttenried before flying back to India. The Summer leg of his European tour will start in Southampton on June 15th 2013. See Rinpoche’s travel schedule for more details.

4 thoughts on “Back in Berlin

  1. Lynda

    hello Berlin Dharma friends
    lovely to see these great photos and to hear about Rinpoche’s visit. I was glad to see the reference to the next Berlin retreat in February 2014 – hope to see you there!
    love, Lynda

  2. tenzinpeljor

    Hi Linda & dear Dharma friends,
    so far Ringu Tulku Rinpoche has confirmed to come in February 2014 but no date has been approved nor the kind of event that can take place. So we don’t have clarity if or if there is not a Berlin Retreat in February nor do we have clarification about the dates. As soon as we have these, I will post it here.

    With all best wishes, Tenzin

  3. tenzinpeljor

    Hi Linda & Students of Rinpoche,
    Rinpoche confirmed yesterday that he will come on the 5th of February 2014 to Berlin. He will teach Lojong/mind training. Quite likely – when I understood it correctly – the Eight Verses of Mind Training by Geshe Langri Tangpa. We are still in the process to clarify details but highly likely he will teach from the 7th to the 9th of February. All news will be posted on Bodhicharya Berlin’s temporary website: http://www.bodhicharya.de.
    With very best wishes,
    Tenzin

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