Is This All There Is?

Join Khyentse Vision Project and Bardo Café youth ambassadors for a discussion on life, dharma, art & poetry, with our special guest Dungse Jampal Norbu.

Khyentse Vision Project is delighted to present, in collaboration with Siddhartha’s Intent Living is Dying, a discussion on life, dharma, art & poetry, with our special guest Dungse Jampal Norbu and Bardo Café youth ambassadors.
Their discussion will be based on a poem by Jamyang Khyentse Wangpo called The Cuckoo’s Song, which invites the reader to see the profound truths present in everyday life.
Dungse Jampal Norbu is Dzigar Kongtrul Rinpoche’s son and Dharma Heir. Dungse la has lived and traveled extensively in Asia, but spent much of his youth in Colorado.
In 2012, Dungse la completed the five-year Translator’s Degree Program in Bir, India, which supplied him with a rigorous and traditional shedra education focused on the Classical Indian texts of Nalanda, along with skills to translate written works from Tibetan to English.
With the foundation of his life-long guidance and education from Kongtrul Rinpoche, Dungse la also teaches widely and engages in an annual 100-day retreat at Longchen Jigme Samten Ling. Dungse la’s anecdotal style and first-hand curiosity about how Buddhism relates to actual experience imbue his teaching with a fresh perspective, and reveal a natural wisdom and humor.
DATE: 5th & 6th August
August 5 – 7pm MDT (USA)
August 5 – 9pm EDT (USA)
August 6 – 3am Central European Summer Time
August 6 – 9am Taiwan
August 6 – 11am AEST Australia
You can join us on our YouTube live channel:
Or join our Zoom room:
Meeting ID: 850 8418 4867
Passcode: 916708
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