Sat 16 Nov teaching – benefits of visiting Buddhist holy places and kora

Khenpo Kunsang Choephel will give a free teaching on the topic of the (circumambulation). Kora is a transliteration of a Tibetan word that means “circumambulation” or “revolution”. Kora is both a type of pilgrimage and a type of meditative practice in the Tibetan Buddhist traditions. Circumambulation is a very powerful practice to purify
negative karma and accumulate merits. It is recommended for anyone who has difficulties in life, for those who need to purify negativities, for those who need to create the cause for success, for those who are sick, and as a way of benefiting animals. In this teaching Khenpo Kunsang will explain the benefits of visiting Buddhist holy sites and doing kora and how to include this practice in your daily life.  IBA is at Tinchuli, 20 mins walk from Boudha Stupa. From Boudha walk up Phulbari Road to  Tinchuli Chowk. Turn right onto the main road (towards Arubari) and then take the 3rd lane on the left which has a sign to IBA on the corner. Turn left at the T-junction and follow the road to the IBA gate. The teachings are free.  For more information, please phone Khenpo Kunsang on 980 337 2212.
Arrive at 9am for tea.