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Sunday Dharma Teachings with Zasep Tulku Rinpoche 2 pm PDT on Youtube
The topic of this series is Lam Rim ('graduated path') which is the gradual path to Enlightenment and Buddhahood. The text we will be using is "The Smooth Path Leading to the Omniscient State" Please find the text at this link... Gaden for the West Website. We hope that you will join us on the Gaden For the West Youtube channel.

Online Prajnaparamita Empowerment by the Venerable Zasep Tulku Rinpoche
- When: May 1, 2021 2 pm Pacific Time (In Australia - May 2nd 7 a.m. east coast, 5 a.m. on the west coast)
- Where: Zoom Online Meeting
- Cost: By donation. All proceeds to support construction of the Stupa at Gaden Tashi Choling Retreat
- How to Register: Please contact EventBrite
- Who is Prajnaparamita?: Prajnaparamita means The Perfection of Wisdom in Mahayana Buddhism.
Prajnaparamita refers to the perfected way of seeing the nature of all reality.
Prajnaparamita can also refer to the Perfection of Wisdom Sutra, also known as the Heart Sutra.
Prajnaparamita can also refer to the Bodhisattva known as the "Great Mother", the mother of all the Buddhas.
She is the goddess who appears in many emanations to serve humanity.
She is known as Yum Chenmo in Tibetan, and features prominently in the Chod Dharma practice system taught by
Padampa Sangye and the famous Dakini, Machig Labdron.
Almost all female Buddhas such as Tara, Vajrayogini, Kurukulla, Sarasvati, Singhamukha, Durga (Dorje Demo in Tibetan),
and Lakshmi (Nor Junma in Tibetan), are emanations of Prajnaparamita.
The Prajnaparamita sadhana practice and 'Gate Gate Paragate' mantra recitation are very powerful,
bringing you closer to the realization of Shunyata wisdom. For all those who practise Chod, it is important to receive the empowerment of Prajnaparamita.

The basic commitment is to take the Refuge vow (taking refuge in the Guru, Buddha, Dharma, Sangha)
the Bodhisattva vow, and to recite the Gate mantras 21 times dally.
Love and blessings,
Rinpoche
Prajnaparamita