The Six Bardos
with Khentrul Rinpoche
Katog Jana Ling, Salt Lake City, Utah
March 10 - 11, 2018
A Teaching for Buddhist Practitioners and Students of the Dharma
Bardo is a Tibetan word that can be translated as “in between state of experience,” meaning the duration of experience in between one point and another, such as this life, after death, future births and so forth. When we understand the bardos, we can begin to seek out the means for finding happiness for ourselves and others, now and in the future, and also arrive at some very profond insights. This teaching will not only describe these, but also the way in which to practice throughout all states of experience, including the process of dying. The six bardos are the bardo of this life, the bardo of dreams, the bardo of meditation, the bardo of death and dying, the bardo of true nature, and the bardo of becoming. You are welcome to come and listen to this teaching with Khentrul Rinpoche who will provide us with both a very clear and easy understanding of these bardos.
|* It is recommended that those attending have received previous teachings on Buddhist practice and philosophy.
|Times||Saturday and Sunday 10am-12pm and 2-5pm|
|Location||Natural History Museum of Utah
Rio Tinto Center, University of Utah
301 Wakara Way, Salt Lake City 84108
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|Contactfirstname.lastname@example.org or 801-597-4930|
|Cost||A sliding scale of $40 - $70 per day of attendance. * No one will be turned away for a lack of funds.
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