Peace Amidst Life's Storms
with Geshe Thubten Sherab
Tuesday, December 5, 2023
6:00pm - 7:30 pm PST
In-person and online via Zoom
Tse Chen Ling is honored to welcome back Geshe Thubten Sherab for a special teaching on Peace Amidst Life’s Storms.
Is there such a thing? Is it possible to have inner peace when there is so much going on in our own lives, unrest in our corner of the world and greater conflicts in the world at large?
The Buddha says YES!
Geshe-la has agreed to offer Bodhisattva vows for those who are either taking them for the first time or who want to renew their vows. You can learn more about the Bodhisattva Vows here:
Bodhisattva Vows PDF
About Geshe Thubten Sherab
Geshe Sherab was born in Manang/Nepal in 1967. He attended Kopan monastery at age nine and was ordained by Kyabje Lama Zopa Rinpoche. After 10 years of study in Kopan, he went to Sera Je Monastery for further studies in 1987, and graduated as Geshe at the end of 1999. After that he joined Gyume Tantric College for a year. Then he taught young monks at Kopan for a year. In 2001 he was sent by Lama Zopa Rinpoche to New Mexico to serve and help at International Office of FPMT as well as teach at TNL in Santa Fe and Ksiti Garba Center in Taos as resident teacher. He also served as a Board member of FPMT for two years during that period. By end of 2003 in December he returned back to Nepal to do his own practices. In 2006 he was appointed as Head Master of Kopan monastery and served for 4 years. He served as acting Abbot for a year in 2011 when the late Guru Khensur Rinpoche Lama Lhundup became ill.
He has been teaching at Kopan during meditation courses as well as traveling and teaching around the world, in the US, Canada, many parts of Europe, Asia, Mexico, Guatemala and Australia.
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