Teachings by Ringu Tulku Rinpoche on the text ‘Peycho Rinchen Pungpa’ by the great Kadampa master Geshe Potowa. What makes it so special are the many examples and illustrations, from day to day life, from the Jataka stories or other stories and sayings. It covers all of Buddhism, from the early buddhist teachings, going for Refuge to Buddha, Dharma and Sangha, to the Tantrayana.
This is one of the most important teachings of the Kadampa school of Buddhism. Geshe Potowa (1031 – 1106) was a direct disciple of Dromtönpa, who was one of the main disciples of Atisha Dipamkara. The many teachings of Potowa with all the examples were collected and written down by his students. So far neither the main teaching nor the commentary or the story book were translated into English.
The teaching consists of 3 sections.
1 – 2021-11-16 live Bodhicharya Berlin + Zoom
Background of Potowa and Kadampa tradition
How to listen to the teachings
2 – 2021-11-23 live Bodhicharya Berlin + Zoom
How to study the Dharma
Brief outline of the 3 sections and 25 chapters
Refuge from the positive side
3 – 2021-11-24 live Bodhicharya Berlin + Zoom
Refuge – more examples from the positive side
4 – 2021-11-30 Zoom from Berlin
Refuge – last part of the 25 examples from the positive side
5 – 2021-12-14 Zoom from Berlin
Refuge – examples from the negative side
6 – 2021-12-19 Zoom from Berlin
Refuge, last of the 16 sayings from the negative side
Beginning of chapter 2 Precious Human Life, 12 examples from the positive side
7 – 2021-12-21 Zoom from Berlin
Precious Human Life, 16 examples from the negative side
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