april, 2024

sat27apr(apr 27)2:00 PMsun28(apr 28)11:00 AMThe Wheel of Life: The Twelve Links of Dependent Origination2:00 PM - 11:00 AM (28) InfuseHealth, Hunter, Unit 4, 10 William Street Adamstown NSW Event Organized By: Rigpa Australia Event Type :Courses/Teachings on BuddhismEvent Region:Hunter


Event Details

The Twelve Links of Dependent Origination is one of the foundational teachings in Tibetan Buddhism. The Wheel of Life serves as a reminder of the cyclic nature of the suffering of samsara, and how to break out of it. Khenpo Tsering Tashi will explore how our fundamental ignorance of the truth of reality and delusion are at the core of this process.

Venerable Khenpo Tsering Tashi is the founder of Yeshikhorlo Tibetan Buddhism Association in Australia, Taiwan and Malaysia. He will teach in Tibetan with English translation.

Saturday 27th April 2.00pm – afternoon teaching and Sunday 28th April 9.30am – morning teaching.
Hosted by Rigpa Newcastle at Infuse Health, 4/10 William Street, Adamstown, Newcastle NSW
In person only, All Welcome.


About Khenpo Tsering Tashi

Khenpo Tsering Tashi was born in Tibet in 1976. Ordained as a monk at the age of sixteen he has studied and received empowerments from preeminent masters within the Mindroling, Sakya and Kagyu lineages

Khenpo was imprisoned in 2003 for two years after Chinese officials claimed that a book he wrote, titled “The future of Tibet” was against Chinese policy. After he was released in 2006, Khenpo left Tibet for India. There he continued his studies under the guidance of His Holiness the Dalai Lama, His Holiness Sakya Trizin, and Dzongsar Jamyang Khyentse.

In 2012 Khenpo Tsering Tashi established the Wheel of Wisdom, a Tibetan Buddhist Center of Study and Practice in Taipei. Khenpo also gave teachings regularly in schools, prisons and nursing homes.

In 2016 Khenpo Tsering Tashi resettled in Sydney under the arrangement of the UN Refugee Agency, Humanitarian program. Khenpo has explained his own aspirations as to how he could best serve here in Australia, saying that in addition to offering dharma teachings he would like to offer teachings in the form of life education to school students, minority groups or prisoners. He hopes to improve his English quickly so that he will be able to teach without the aid of a translator within a few years.


27 (Saturday) 2:00 PM - 28 (Sunday) 11:00 AM


InfuseHealth, Hunter

Unit 4, 10 William Street Adamstown NSW


Rigpa Australiamariannegizycki@gmail.com