Dzigar Kongtrul Rinpoche will be giving teachings on the practices of Bodhisattvas, but putting it into the context of a practitioner living in modern times. It is described as follows:


In the Modern Day Bodhisattva Seminar, Dzigar Kongtrul Rinpoche teaches how to move beyond the barriers of our isolating self-concern by expanding our heart to care for the welfare of all beings. This vast care for all beings is the mark of a bodhisattva.

To help us develop a bodhisattva’s enlightened perspective, Rinpoche teaches extensively on bodhichitta (the mind of awakening) and shares practices such as the four immeasurables, tonglen, or the six paramitas that broaden our mind and increase our care for others. He shares these traditional Mahayana practices in a fresh, personal way that relates to our modern day circumstances and inspires us to make the most of our lives.


One can participate in the seminar online by registering for a video stream. Registrations for line participation ends on June 6th. Information on the seminar and registration can be found here.