To practice the good heart of love and compassion, there is no need to become a Buddhist. Whoever we are, we need a sincere, non-deceitful, kind heart. If we have it, we will definitely have a happy life and we can powerfully benefit others. The focus of my teachings is to guide my students in developing their bodhicitta, a kind heart filled with love and compassion for all living beings.Khenpo Sherab Sangpo
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37 Stages of Instructions
Meditation with Khenpo Sherab Sangpo
Our meditation retreats and classes are open to students regardless of whether you are a Buddhist or not. We welcome you to join us if you would like to learn how to meditate or if you are curious about Buddhist philosophy.
Please note that teachings for 37 Stages of Instructions: Group One & Group Two are only open to students who have received prior approval from Khenpo Sherab Sangpo to attend. Please no drop-ins to this class series. These students have committed to a five-year practice schedule as a group. Thank you for your understanding.
Questions? Contact our Teachings Coordinator, Kate Thomas (Gyurmé Chötso) at 651-647-6767, or email [email protected]
Happiness at Work Meditation Retreat
with Khenpo Sherab Sangpo
When: Saturday, 12/16/17 from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm. Registration opens at 8:30 am. Teachings, guided meditation and time for your questions will alternate with breaks for tea and lunch.
Where: Tergar Meditation Center, 706 North 1st Street, Suite 112, Minneapolis, MN 55401 (Downtown Minneapolis – Warehouse District)
Cost: Teachings open to all. $60 tuition fee. Register via PayPal online or call our Registrar in Minneapolis at 612-568-7880.
Topic: Khenpo Sherab Sangpo will offer teachings on experiencing your work—whether it is volunteer work, caregiving you do for your loved ones, or your career—as meditation practice.
Join us to merge your practice on the meditation cushion with your off the cushion life—so that the gap between work and meditation practice becomes inseparable. Open to all who are curious, opened-minded, and wish to learn more about Buddhist philosophy and meditation. Please join us!
Just as all the previous sugatas, the buddhas,
Generated the mind of enlightenment
And accomplished all the stages
Of the bodhisattva training,
So will I too, for the sake of all beings,
Generate the mind of enlightenment
And accomplish all the stages
Of the bodhisattva training.
In this video, Khenpo Sherab Sangpo, a professor in the Nyingma lineage of Tibetan Buddhism at Bodhicitta Sangha | Heart of Enlightenment Institute, offers teachings on the bodhisattva vows, the vow to awaken bodhicitta (enlightenment mind) to benefit all beings via great wisdom and compassion.
If we do not recognize the nature, there is no enlightenment. Enlightenment is beyond saṃsāra and nirvāṇa. That is what we call the ground or the base. This ground is our awareness—our true inner nature.Khenpo Sherab Sangpo
In this four-part video series, Khenpo Sherab Sangpo, a professor in the Nyingma lineage of Tibetan Buddhism at Bodhicitta Sangha | Heart of Enlightenment Institute, offers teachings on the ground of awareness and guided meditation instruction using mindfulness of the breath.