Teacher:  9th Neyphug Trulku Rinpoche

“The motivation for all my activities is based on Buddha's teaching that sangha should create a field where good karma is cultivated.”  Acting on his wisdom and compassion, Rinpoche has kindly agreed to teach the following texts to those interested in learning about Buddhism.  Besides conferring authentic transmissions from the texts, Rinpoche will use his experiences and stories to punctuate the classes with wit and humor making it an indelible experience.


Way of a Bodhisattva's Life

This universally loved poem for daily living has inspired many generations of Buddhists and non-Buddhists since it was composed by the famous Indian Buddhist master Acharya Shantideva. The poem invokes and inspires the mind towards happiness, peace and directs us towards the final attainment of enlightenment.

(Classes commencing : 23rd July 2012, Duration: 4 weeks - 1 weekday 7.30pm to 9.30pm + Sunday afternoon 3.00pm to 5.00pm)

Nagarjuna's Letter to a Friend

Nagarjuna (1st - 2nd century AD), the great Indian Buddhist master is one of the most important, influential and widely studied Mahayana Buddhist philosopher.  His poem, Letter to a Friend, summarizes the master's advice to his benefactor the king.  This gift is an invaluable practical approach to daily conduct based on Buddhist philosophy and covers the whole Mahayana path.  Rinpoche will be teaching from the book with commentary by Kyabje Kangyur Rinpoche.

(The course ended in April 2011.  Updates will be posted once new classes are scheduled.)

Words of My Perfect Teacher by Patrul Rinpoche

The classic and comprehensive manual of practical advice for anyone wishing to learn and practice the Dharma.  The precious teachings cover all the essential points of the path and are rich with stories, references, and quotations from the previous masters.  This is an indispensable text common for all the main schools of Tibetan Buddhism. 

(The course ended in October 2011.  Updates will be posted once new classes are scheduled.)

Note:  Please send us an email at info(a)neyphug.org if you are interested in attending any of the classes.  We will keep you posted once classes are scheduled.