Teachings from Ven. Drubpon Ngawang Tenzin:
The 37 Practices of a Bodhisattva
Venerable Drubpon Ngawang Tenzin gives teachings on the "37 Practices of a Bodhisattva" in dependence on the verses of the Tibetan master Gyalse Togme Zangmo (1246 - 1369) on May 13 and 14.
This root text from Mahayana Buddhism concentrates essential practices easily understandable. Used in everyday life they help to accumulate positive causes and to avoid negative ones and thereby going the way of liberation.
Bodhisattva: from Bodhi "enlightenment" or "awaken" and Sattva "being" means "being of enlightenment". In Mahayana Buddhism Bodhisattvas are considered as beings striving for the highest realization, who strive on the path of the "virtue of perfection" (Sanskrit: Paramita) for "Buddhahood", respectively realize inside themselves, to use it for the benefit of all living beings.
"The possession of this human foundation, this precious vessel, which is so difficult to obtain, directed on freeing others and ourselves from the ocean of Samsara. To hear, to reflect and to meditate, day and night, without distraction is the first practice of the Bodhisattva." (Verse 1)
Date: May 13 and 14, 2017
Location: Eppendorfer Weg 93a, 20259 Hamburg
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