This course takes us a journey through the Buddha’s life, illustrating how its stages and key turning points offer valuable insights into how we can bring Buddhist values to dealing with the challenges we ourselves face in this life.
The course is based on teachings given by Ringu Tulku Rinpoche in 2020 and the Biography of the Buddha by Thich Nhat Hanh ‘Old Path, White Clouds’.
In the eight sessions we will
- Retrace the historic steps of Prince Siddhartha from his birth to his search for meaning and how he reached enlightenment under the Bodhi tree
- Explore the teachings of the Buddhist Path and the Four Noble Truths
- Examine what it means to have Buddha Nature
- How to apply the teachings of the Buddha to our daily lives
It is suitable for anyone.
We will do this through guided meditations, reflections and discussions in small groups.
Rigpa Dublin, 12 Wicklow Street
The event is available online for those who are unable to come to the centre in person.
8 Classes from 17.7 to 11.9 (no class on Bank holiday Monday, 7.8)
- 7 to 9pm – Irish Time
- 8 to 9pm – Central European Time (CET)
- 11am to 1pm – Pacific Time
This includes a tea break.
Suggested donation: 160 euro waged, 100 euro concession, free to Rigpa Sangha members (Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to obtain the access code)
Klara has been studying Tibetan Buddhism since 2001. She has done several long term practice retreats as well as studied under Khenchen Namdrol in the Rigpa Shedra (Buddhist philosophy program in Nepal). She enjoys teaching new students meditation and is enthusiastic about all aspects of practice from the simple meditation practice to the more elaborate traditional practices. Klara also is a volunteer with the St Francis Hospice in Dublin providing bereavement support.
Tony has been following the Buddhist path for nearly 10 years during which he has attended and supported courses in Dublin and online. He has also attended retreats in Dzogchen Beara. He has been a member of the Rigpa Dublin management group and is currently a member of the Rigpa Ireland Board. He has also participated in a number of Rigpa International strategy workshops.