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‘Death and Dying’ talk by Prof Mohr at IBA

Professor Michel Mohr gave a lecture at IBA on Tuesday 8 May on the topic of Death and Dying. The talk was well attended and everyone found the topic very interesting and gave us a lot of ideas, particularly comparing the western concept of death with the Buddhist tradition. IBA would like to thank Professor Mohr[…]


Dzongsar Khenpo Kunga Wangchuk Parinirvana

     Today prayers were said to mark the occasion of the 10th Parinirvana of Dzongsar Khenpo Kunga Wangchuk, reverently remembered by his many sangha students from Dzongsar Institute in Bir, India. His Eminence Dungsay Akasha Vajra Rinpoche graciously joined us for this event.

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Sat 05 May – Teaching on Mahasandi – Ven Kunsang

On Sat 05 May, Ven Kunsang Choephel will give a teaching on the topic of Mahasandi. Traditionally ‘Dzogchen’ can be traced to two original Sanskrit terms. The first is Mahasandhi, which means the gathering of all or the quintessence, signifying that Dzogchen is the very essence of all teachings. Hence many of the teachings are[…]


Free teaching at IBA – Sat 21 April – Buddha Nature

Ven Kunsang Choephel will give a free teaching at IBA on Sat 21 April on the topic of ‘Buddha Nature’– the seed of enlightenment which is regarded as being inherent within the mental continuum of all sentient beings. It is this potential which makes it possible for every individual to realise the ultimate nature of mind[…]

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Tibetan Monastery Services to video Sat 21 teaching

We are pleased to announce a webcast of the Saturday morning teaching by the Venerable Kunsang Choephel titled ‘Buddha Nature’ at the International Buddhist Academy on Saturday, April 21st, 2018. The teaching will be given in English. Registration is now open at Registration will be available until May 8th, 2018. Ven Kunsang Choephel will give[…]

Sat 7 April teaching – Meditation on Avalokiteshvara

On Saturday 7 April Ven Kunsang Choephel will give a free teaching on the topic of Meditation on Avalokiteshvara at the International Buddhist Academy at Tinchuli near Boudha.  The Avalokiteshvara Mantra is Om Ma Ni Pad Me Hum. The Mantra has six syllables. Those six syllables represent the six Buddha families. Through practising the Mantra[…]