Teachings on Three Mahayana Sūtra by Khenpo Choying Dorje
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In September, Khenpo Chöying Dorjee, the former abbot of Dzongsar Khyentse Chökyi Lodrö Institute, will give teachings on two Mahayana sutras in Tibetan with Chinese and English interpretation. In order to let more Buddhist friends who are interested in the Buddhist scriptures benefit from Khenpo's teachings, we welcome everyone who is interested in these teachings to join us.

The teachings will be live streamed via webinar. Please fill up this form so we can send the teaching link to you via email.

Yours sincerely,
The Kumarajiva Team
1. Teaching on "The Sūtra on Dependent Arising"
While the Buddha is residing in the Realm of the Thirty-Three Gods with a retinue of deities, great hearers, and bodhisattvas, Avalokiteśvara asks the Buddha how beings can gain merit from building a stūpa. The Buddha responds by stating the Buddhist creed on dependent arising:

All phenomena that arise from causes,
The Tathāgata has taught their cause,
And that which is their cessation,
Thus has proclaimed the Great Renunciant.
The Buddha then explains that this dependent arising is the dharmakāya, and that whoever sees dependent arising sees the Buddha. He concludes the sūtra by saying that one should place these verses inside stūpas to attain the merit of Brahmā.

🔸 Date:
14th September (TUE.)

🔸 Time:15:00-17:00 (GMT+8)

🔸 To download the English translation:
https://read.84000.co/translation/UT22084-062-012.html
2. Teaching on "The Sūtra Teaching the Four Factors"
While Buddha Śākyamuni is residing in the Sudharmā assembly hall in the Heaven of the Thirty-Three, he explains to the great bodhisattva Maitreya four factors that make it possible to overcome the effects of any negative deeds one has committed. These four are: the action of repentance, which involves feeling remorse; antidotal action, which is to practice virtue as a remedy to non-virtue; the power of restraint, which involves vowing not to repeat a negative act; and the power of support, which means taking refuge in the Buddha, Dharma, and Saṅgha, and never forsaking the mind of awakening. The Buddha concludes by recommending that bodhisattvas regularly recite this sūtra and reflect on its meaning as an antidote to any further wrongdoing.

🔸 Date:
16th September (THUR.)

🔸 Time:15:00-17:00 (GMT+8)

🔸 To download the English translation:
https://read.84000.co/translation/UT22084-066-007.html
3. Teaching on "Cultivating Trust in the Great Vehicle"
In Cultivating Trust in the Great Vehicle, the Buddha Śākyamuni gives a discourse on the nature of trust (dad pa, prasāda) according to the Great Vehicle. The teaching is requested by a bodhisattva known as Great Skillful Trust, who requests the Buddha to answer four questions concerning the nature of trust in the Great Vehicle: (1) What are the characteristics of trust? (2) How is trust developed? (3) What are the different types of trust? (4) What are the benefits of having trust? Over the course of the sūtra, the Buddha answers all four questions, each in a separate chapter.

🔸 Date:
October:19th(TUE.)、20th(WED.)、25th(MON.)、26th(TUE.)
November:1st(MON.)、2nd(TUE.)、8th(MON.)、9th(TUE.)、15th(MON.)、16th(TUE,)、22th(MON.)、23th(TUE.)
※ The first week of this teaching would be held on Tuesday and Wednesday; From the second week onwards, the teachings will be held on every Monday and Tuesday.
※ There will be 12 classes in total tentatively. The actual schedule will be subjected to the actual progress of the teaching.

🔸 Time:13:30-15:30 (GMT+8)

🔸 To download the English translation:
https://read.84000.co/translation/UT22084-057-003.html
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