Tse Chen Ling Center welcomes
Wednesday, February 8th & Saturday, February 11th
Women of Enlightenment
Female Buddhas in Tibetan Mystical Art by Glenn Mullen
Wednesday, February 8th, 7pm
What is the message of feminine imagery in Tibetan art and its connection with the personification of wisdom?
The strong role of the feminine in Tibetan mystical art is common to the meditation halls of monasteries and nunneries, as well as temples and shrines. Come and find out who these female Buddha forms are and what they represent. Glenn will discuss the significance and tradition of the feminine in Tibetan Buddhism and its relevance to the practice of Tibetan Buddhism today.
Suggested donation: $25
The Fourteen Dalai Lamas: A Sacred Legacy of Reincarnation
by Glenn Mullen
Saturday, February 11th, 10am – 4pm
This is a chance to learn about the tradition of the Dalai Lamas and what this really means. Glenn will present the history and background of the Tulku tradition along with views on how this legacy unfolded and discuss its impact on Tibetan Buddhism from the early Dalai Lamas and up through the present day.
Suggested donation: $45
(There will be a lunch break from noon – 1:30pm)
All are welcome. Please RSVP to email@example.com to save a space. Pay at the door on the day of the event.
Glenn H. Mullin is a Tibetologist, Buddhist writer, translator of classical Tibetan literature, and teacher of Tantric Buddhist meditation. He divides his time between writing, teaching, meditating, and leading tour groups to the power places of Nepal and Tibet.
Glenn lived in the Indian Himalayas between 1972 and 1984, where he studied philosophy, literature, meditation, yoga, and the enlightenment culture under thirty-five of the greatest living masters of the four schools of Tibetan Buddhism. His two principal tantric gurus were the late great masters Kyabje Ling Dorjechang and Kyabje Trijang Dorjechang, who were best known as Yongdzin Che Chung, the two main gurus of the present Dalai Lama. Glenn’s teachers include the Dalai Lama, Sakya Trizin, Geshe Ngawang Dargyey, Geshe Rabten, Lama Yeshe, Lama Zopa, and Ngakpa Yeshe Dorje Rinpoche
(No one is ever turned away for lack of funds.)