H.E. Jetsun Kushok Chimey Luding Rinpoche

The Parting of the Four Attachments

Tuesday June 18th at 7pm

Her Eminence Jetsun Kushok Chimey Luding Rinpoche will teach on Tuesday, June 18th at 7pm, at the Rigpa New York City center, on an introduction to the teachings on the Parting of the Four Attachments, an important Sakya teaching given by Sachen Kunga Nyingpo.

Her Eminence Jetsun Kushok Chimey Luding Rinpoche, frequently referred to as Jetsun Kushok or Jetsunma, is the spiritual director of Sakya Tsechen Thubten Ling.  She is also the sister of His Holiness Sakya Trizin.  Both His Holiness and Jetsun Kushok Rinpoche were taught and guided by leading masters of the Sakya tradition.  Jetsun Kushok Rinpoche started her training at the age of six, began teaching at eleven and became a fully empowered lineage holder at eighteen.

In the Tibetan Buddhist tradition altogether Jetsun Kushok Rinpoche is one of only a few female lineage-holders and is one of three known female teachers to have transmitted the precious Lamdre (path and its results) teachings of the Sakya tradition. In 1971, Jetsun Kushok Rinpoche and her family moved to Canada where she worked and cared for her family. At the request of His Holiness she later began to give teachings and nowadays teaches at her centre in Vancouver and at other centres around the world.

Open to everyone

To register online click here

Fees: $40. Work/study available.  “Friends of Rigpa NYC center” discount applies.

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