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PRESS RELEASE / ANNOUNCEMENTS Thursday, April 18, 2013

Press Release: Trinlay Rinpoche April 20, 21, and 23

Bodhi Path Buddhist Center of Santa Barbara and Siddhartha Foundation International announce the Santa Barbara visit by Karma Trinlay Rinpoche, who will be giving a a two-day class on April 20 and 21 and a free public lecture on the evening of April 23.


Two Day Class: Fundamentals of the Buddha’s Teaching

Karma Trinlay Rinpoche is beginning his 2013 North American tour in Santa Barbara. Over the course of the year, the entire set of his teachings will cover the classic Buddhist text “The Way of the Bodhisattva”.

Session 1: April 20: (Saturday am - 10-noon) The Meaning of Life and The Causes of Misery

Session 2: April 20: (Saturday pm - 2-4 pm) Awakening and Its Path

Session 3: April 21: (Sunday am - 10-noon) Different Theories of Karma

Session 4: April 21: (Sunday pm - 2-4pm) Karma in Buddhism: Interdependent Origination

Louise Lowry Davis Recreation Center

1232 De La Vina St. Santa Barbara (corner with Victoria St)

Register at the door: 9-9:45 am

Suggested Donation

$50 for the two full days, $30 for one day, and $20 for a single session.

No one will be turned away for lack of funds.

For more information about the class

Web: http://www.bodhipath.org/sb/ email: sb@bodhipath.org or call 252-6137

Free Public Lecture: Mindfulness: A Path to Well Being

Description: Through the practice of mindfulness we create depth, meaning, and a sense of connection with our world. We experience life’s joys and sadness with less hope and fear. We gain the wisdom to see reality more clearly and the compassion to help others in a meaningful way. Living with mindfulness is an authentic way of being.

Tuesday, April 23, 7-8:30 pm

Faulkner Gallery, Santa Barbara Public Library

40 E. Anapamu St., Santa Barbara

Lecture sponsored by Siddhartha Foundation International and Bodhi Path Buddhist Center

http://www.sfi-usa.org/ http://www.bodhipath.org/sb/

About the Teacher

Karma Trinlay Rinpoche was born to an American mother and a father who was a member of the French Parliament. He was one of the first Westerners to be recognized as the rebirth of an important Tibetan Buddhist teacher and underwent traditional spiritual training in India as a young child. Trinlay Rinpoche returned to France as a teenager where he pursued Western studies of philosophy, history and philology at the Sorbonne, as well as other universities. Fluent in English, French and Tibetan, he has taught at Buddhist centers throughout the world and is highly regarded for his multi-cultural perspective, precise approach and charismatic style. Trinlay Rinpoche lives in Paris with his American wife Giselle.

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