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14-15 November, 1998
Zasep Tulku Rinpoche
The present Zasep Tulku Rinpoche is the 13th incarnation of this line. He was born July 1st, 1948
in Kham, Tibet, amidst miraculous signs that indicated he was a highly realized being. He was
installed as the Abbot of Zuru Gompa, receiving the robes, hats and bowl of the previous
incarnation. Like many of our other Tibetan Teachers, he fled to India in 1961 to continue his
studies in exile with many revered scholar monks. In 1980, Zasep Tulku was invited to teach on
both the west and east coasts of Canada. A Dharma center was created and Zasep Tulku was
appointed as resident teacher for Gaden Chöling Mahayana Buddhist Meditation Center. Since
then he has founded several other Dharma Centres in Canada and abroad. We are very happy that
Zasep Tulku has agreed to come and teach us the following subjects this year.
Green Tara Initiation
Tara is called "Mother" because it is the mother who gives birth to children, who reacts the
fastest, without hesitation, to protect her young and who knows that patience is the greatest
quality to nurturing. The actual meaning of Tara is the transcendental wisdom of non-dual bliss
and voidness, which simultaneously sees the absolute and conventional truth of existence. Tara is
a deity of Buddhist Tantra and is a potentiality latent with every sentient being's mind. The
practioner properly empowered by a Guru can, by Tantric practice, develop and learn to identify
with and so eventually reach enlightenment.
Saturday, November 14th at 10:30 AM
Green Tara Commentary and Practice
These sessions will offer us the opportunity to receive further commentary and time to practice
with the guidance of Rinpoche.
Saturday, November 14th at 1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
Sunday, November 15th at 9 AM - 11 AM and 1 PM - 4 PM
cost of series $75
Please note that the Vajra Yogini Tsog which was scheduled on Friday,
November 13th will be celebrated as planned.
metro Vendôme or de L'Église
and bus No. 37
contact: (514) 765-3515
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