The Law of Cause and Effect
Text: Gen Lamrimpa Ngawang Phuntsok's A Necklace of Good Fortune (sKal bzang mgul rgyan)
July 16 - August 10
Teacher: Geshe Monlam Sangpo
Time: 9:30 am to 10:30 am
Translator: Tenzin Gyaltsen, Acharya Sonam Gyatso, Acharya Tenzin Lungtok and Tsering Norbu
Born in 1922 in eastern Tibet, Gen Lamrimpa led a life based on spiritual values and it began at the tender age of eleven. Making full use of the Chinese government's leniency towards spiritual practices, Gen Lamrimpa began to give numerous public teachings on the Stages of the Stages of the Path to Enlightenment of the Beings of Three Capacities (Lam rim) with which he began to be referred to as Gen Lamrimpa. He is known to have composed numerous commentaries and works on Buddhist teachings, and a collection of his works are included in three thick volumes published in Tibet. A Necklace of Good Fortune is a work based on the Buddhist principle of karma and the existence of past and future lives. This work, rich in scriptural citations and logical conclusions, will be of great benefit to readers and it also illustrates the classical style of writing associated with Tibetan Buddhism.
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