Tibetan Buddhist Rime Institute – The 6 Bardos of Living & Dying

8 November 2019 - 10 November 2019
  • Day:Friday
  • Time:7.30PM - 3.30PM
  • No of Sessions:3
  • Duration:1.5 hours (Friday evening), 2 x 6.5 hours (Saturday & Sunday)
  • Organising Entity:Tibetan Buddhist Rime Institute
  • Event Speaker:Khentrul Rinpoche
  • Enquiries:http://rimebuddhism.com
  • Location:Buddhist Library
  • Contribution:$180
  • Course Details:

    8 November 2019

    9 November 2019

    10 November 2019

    Organised by the Tibetan Buddhist Rime Institute

    Each and every moment is an opportunity full of potential for us to awake, to realise our true nature. Join with Khentrul Rinpoche to explore the clear methods and practical approaches used in the Tibetan Tradition to take full advantage of this life. These methods include how to meditate, work with our dreams and how to prepare for death. Considering these methods will enable us to bring greater meaning to our short and long-term goals in this life and beyond.

    Practical guidance and understanding of the Traditional Tibetan methods known as the Six Bardo states will be explored, the state of waking, dreaming, meditation, dying, Dharmata (the radiance of enlightenment) and becoming (the time between death and rebirth). This is an extremely rare opportunity to study the Bardo states with a Tibetan Buddhist Rime Master over the course of several days.



    All three days: $180
    Friday night only: $20
    Saturday only: $80
    Sunday only: $80

    Includes morning tea. No lunch included; there are cafes close by.

    Teaching Schedule

    Friday 8th November
    7.30–9 pm: First Bardo Teaching

    Saturday 9th November
    9–10.30 am: Second Bardo Teaching
    10.30–11 am: Morning tea
    11 am–12.30 pm: Third Bardo Teaching
    12.30–2 pm: Lunch
    2–3.30 pm: Fourth Bardo Teaching

    Sunday 10th November
    9–10.30 am: Fifth Bardo Teaching
    10.30–11 am: Morning tea
    11 am– 2.30 pm: Sixth Bardo Teaching
    12.30–2 pm: Lunch
    2–3.30 pm: Meditation and clarification


    This is not a Buddhist Library event. Please contact the organiser directly for more information.

    Disclaimer: This is a hall hire community event. Hall hire community events (including Dharma events) run by external groups (including Buddhist groups) are the external organisation’s own event and do not necessarily reflect the views or objectives of the Buddhist Library.