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Tulku Orgyen Zangpo Rinpoche In Austin, Texas

November 7th, 2007 · No Comments · Filed under: Events

Tibetan Buddhist Teachings
In Austin, Texas

Tulku Orgyen Zangpo Rinpoche

Friday, November 30th, 7PM – 9PM (registration at 6PM)

A Change Within Changes the World

It is only so close, the sacred truth. Yet it is unseen. A change in perspective, a fresh glance suggested by a spiritual guide, and the wondrous essence dawns before our very eyes. For those who are heartbroken by the many sorrows of our fellow beings, seeing the loving truth of who we really are is the answer to the ancient question, How Can I Change the World?


Saturday & Sunday, December 1st and 2nd – 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM

“From My Heart”
A Hymn on Discovering the Sacredness of Life

In this lyrical work, His Holiness Jigmed Puntsok offers a complete vision of the innate sanctity of life. His poem describes every detail of how one can live in the true heart of purity each moment, with each breath, with every thought. “From My Heart” is His Holiness’ melody of exaltation, celebrating the wonder of eternal liberation. Tulku Orgyen Zangpo Rinpoche will explain the underlying significance of His Holiness’ poem and how it applies to each of us as we remember our true essence as awakened beings.

Tulku Orgyen Zangpo Rinpoche was born in the Golok region of Eastern Tibet, and at the age of six was recognized as the reincarnation of a previously enlightened master. His primary teacher was His Holiness Khenpo Jigme Phuntsok, himself a primary teacher of H.H.The Dalai Lama.

As the head of Tashi Gomang and Dudul Wachen Monasteries in Tibet, Rinpoche oversees the spiritual lives of 300-400 monks, nuns and yogis.

For more information about Compassion Fellowship please see:
For Rinpoche’s extended biography:
Tulku Orgyen Zangpo Rinpoche

Events will be held at Norbu Sampel Ling in central Austin. Directions will be provided upon registration. All events are donations-based. No one will be turned away for lack of funds. Suggested donation for weekend: $100. Friday: $15.

Contact: to register or Janet Gilmore (512) 264-1188 for information.

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