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37 Practices of the Bodhisattva

About the Teaching

The “37 Practices of the Bodhisattva” describe practical ways to use adverse circumstances for Dharma practice and to transform the mind.

It is a powerful lojong (or ‘mind training’) text by the Tibetan monk and Bodhisattva Gyelsay Togmay Zangpo (1295-1369). In thirty seven verses, it gives instructions on how to follow the bodhisattva path to transform our minds from suffering to unshakable happiness through dedicating ourselves to working for the benefit of others.

You can purchase a copy of the text here

When

Tuesdays 7 pm - 8:30 pm
2 March - On-going

Where

Vajrayana Institute
9 Victoria Square, Ashfield
&
Live Stream Online

Cost

By Donation
(Suggested: $15 per class)

Suitable For

Intermediate - Advanced

Live Stream

Meeting ID: 814 9818 4661 Passcode: 1234

VI’s Generosity Model 

Vajrayana Institute is able to offer these classes thanks to the generosity and kindness of previous students and members. Donations are appreciated and will enable us to offer more amazing teachings like these in the future!

Donations are appreciated and will enable us to offer more amazing teachings like these in the future. There is a suggested amount for each class as listed above, however no set amount. 

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