September 25th from 6 to 8:30 pm

We’ve all heard platitudes about cultivating wisdom, love and compassion, but can these qualities really transform adversity? Tibetan Buddhist Monk Khentrul Rinpoche will discuss how yes, they can. We don’t find these qualities by searching for them in the outside world, but by training the mind. Peace and happiness start within us, then extend out to the entire globe. Regardless of what’s happening in our lives, Khentrul Rinpoche teaches that our route to freedom lies within our minds. 

Please join us for an event with Rinpoche as he explores the potential and power of the mind, and introduces us to this wisdom that has been passed down from teacher to student for centuries. 

Co-hosted by Bloomsbury Books and Katog Padma Ling.

 Khentrul Lodrö T”hayé Rinpoche is the abbot of a monastery in Tibet and overseas meditation groups across North America, Australia and South Africa. Since 2002 Rinpoche has traveled year-round teaching seminars and leading retreats. During the Covid pandemic, Rinpoche held online retreats for his students around the globe. Khentrul Rinpoche is one of the only monks in the world with 3 khenpo degrees — equivalent to 3 PhDs in Buddhist Philosophy. Many of his students have nicknamed him the “mind training Khenpo” for his passion for teaching mind training practices.