Yogic Culture of Tibet
Khenpo Samdup Rinpoche Spiritual director at Gar Drolma Buddhist Center in Ohio, was born in Tibet and is a heart son of His Eminence Garchen Rinpoche. He studied the philosophy of the four schools of Tibetan Buddhism under numerous Khenpos, including Khenpo Munsel and Khenpo Jigme Phuntsok. He taught for five years at Kagyu College in India founded by His Holiness Drikung Kyabgon Chetsang, from whom he received the vast teachings and transmissions of the Drikung Kagyu Lineage. His current writings include Learning Buddhism: Source of Temporary and Permanent Happiness and commentaries on Jigten Sumgon’s Gongchig: Clarifying the Central Thoughts of the Single Intention, The Supplication of the Seven Taras, and The Stages of Meditation: A Meditation Guide.
Zhenphenling (Via dei Marrucini 10, 00185 Roma RM).

September 6th 19:00 UTC+2

On site & zoom
Part 1
Yogic figure introduction
We will get in the figure of Tibetan yogin and some of his aspects, as his life style and his philosophy
Part 2
Milarepa’s introduction
We will talk about Milarepa, one of the most important yogin ever existed.

Part 3
Tibetan songs
We will sing and play some traditional Tibetan songs explaining their melody and their meaning. We will also include some of Milarepa's poems.
Part 4
Tibetan fusion electronic music
Electronic music merged with Tibetan traditional music will be played in order to create a melody that blends yogic traditional music rhythm to modern electronic music symphonies and styles.
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