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Khen Rinpoche’s 2017 Fall Schedule and one talk added for Geshe Tsewang


Maine College of Art (MECA)
Friday, October 6 at 7pm
522 Congress St, Portland, ME
Osher Hall
For questions: kemacrae@gmail.com
Establishing Equanimity: Identifying and Transforming Negative Emotions
In this talk and guided meditation, Khen Rinpoche will help us identify negative emotions when they arise, and recognize such emotions as valuable opportunities to change our relationship to upsetting circumstances. His teaching draws on texts from Shantideva and Chandrakirti and elucidates a profound, liberating method for transforming negative emotions.


Curtis Memorial Library

Sunday, October 8 from 10am – 12:30pm
23 Pleasant St, Brunswick, ME
Morrell Meeting Room
For questions: kemacrae@gmail.com
Tong-len – The Practice of Taking and Giving
Knowing the importance of altruistic love and compassion for all living beings (Bodhicitta) is crucial. Taking this wisdom to heart and manifesting it in all our affairs can be quite challenging. Fortunately, Tong-len meditation is an amazing tool to help us along the path. Khen Rinpoche will teach us how to take on the suffering of others and give our own happiness to them. It is a powerful way to generate Bodhicitta and, in the process, transform our own minds to be more peaceful, joyous, and free. There may be a short meditation at the end of Khen Rinpoche’s talk and there should also be time for questions and answers.


University of Massachusetts – Old Chapel Building
Wednesday, October 11, from 7:30 – 8:30 PM
Tara, Female Goddess of Mercy: Khen Rinpoche will give an introduction to Tara, beloved by Tibetans as a manifestation of all the Buddha’s activities, then lead a guided visualization. Tenzin Sangpo will translate.


Amherst College – Babbott Room in The Octagon Building
Thursday, October 12, from 7:00 – 8:30 pm
Dependent Origination: a dialog with Khen Rinpoche and Mark Hart, Amherst College Buddhist Advisor.


Smith College Events
Northampton, Massachusetts 01063
All events are held in the Dewey Common Room.
For questions: kemacrae@gmail.com
Green Tara Mediations (1-hr each)
Oct. 11,12,16,18, 23, 25 @4:30pm
Oct. 17 and 24 @ 6:30pm
Talk: Equalizing and Switching Self and Other
Tuesday, Oct. 17 @ 7:30pm
Talk: Emptiness
Tuesday, Oct. 24 @ 7:30pm


A Talk with Geshe Tsewang Dorje
Hampshire College – Faculty Lounge, Merrill Living Room
Friday, October 20, from 12:00-1:30
Being an Engaged World Citizen: A Buddhist Monk’s Perspective, with Geshe Tsewang Dorje.


The Rubin Museum of Art
Friday, October 20 at 6pm
150 W 17th St, New York, NY
A Himalayan Masterpiece art tour with Khen Rinpoche and curator Elena Pakhoutova. This is a unique opportunity to hear Rinpoche reflect on his own memories of Tibet during his time as a young monk in Tibet and in Ladakh. Meet in the Lobby at 5:45p. The tour will begin promptly at 6pm.
Please RSVP: laura.kozaitis@ourssp.org  with your guest count.
Rubin admission price applies.


In-Home Talk
Sunday, October 22nd from 2 to 4 pm.
225 Carroll St. Brooklyn, N. Y. 11231
Please RSVP: slweber@slweber.net
Establishing Equanimity: Identifying and Transforming Negative Emotions
In this talk and guided meditation, Khen Rinpoche will help us identify negative emotions when they arise, and recognize such emotions as valuable opportunities to change our relationship to upsetting circumstances. His teaching draws on texts from Shantideva and Chandrakirti and elucidates a profound, liberating method for transforming negative emotions.


Tibet House US – See Event and Webcast Ticketing prices
Friday, November 3 at 7pm
22 West 15th St, New York, NY
Establishing Equanimity: Identifying and Transforming Negative Emotions
In this talk and guided meditation, Khen Rinpoche will help us identify negative emotions when they arise, and recognize such emotions as valuable opportunities to change our relationship to upsetting circumstances. His teaching draws on texts from Shantideva and Chandrakirti and elucidates a profound, liberating method for transforming negative emotions.

*All talks are donation only and open to the public unless otherwise noted.

Nechung Darmapala
Sunday, November 19 from 10A-12p
12p-2p potluck – bring something to share
515 N. Crescent Heights Blvd, Los Angeles CA 90048
Talk: The Buddha Nature followed by the ceremony for generating aspiring Bodhicitta
www.NachungLA.org
contact@nechungla.org for questions
Suggested donation: $25

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