The Three Principal Aspects of the Path with Geshe Zopa BOOKINGS NOW OPEN

Geshe Tenzin Zopa

Fri, 12 April, 2019 - Sat, 13 April, 2019
10:00 am - 4:30 pm

Escarpments Estate (formerly Katoomba Golf Club)


Je Tsongkhapa thangkaIn his concise text, Three Principal Aspects of the Path, the great Tibetan scholar-yogi, Lama Tsongkhapa, defined them as renunciation, bodhichitta and the wisdom that realises emptiness.

This is a small text, but it contains the essence of the entire teaching of Lord Buddha. Also, while it is very simple and practical, it is a universal teaching that everybody can understand…”            – Lama Yeshe

Lama went on to say that rather than an essential step towards liberation, in the Western world, the word “renunciation” has a different connotation; people get scared that they will lose their pleasure. As well as giving an overview of the three aspects Geshe-la will be addressing this misconception and explaining the real meaning and value of “renunciation” for reducing suffering and increasing happiness.

Geshe Zopa advised today that the last session on Friday will be a medicine Buddha puja, for the rapid recovery, good health and long life of His Holiness Dalai Lama, who is currently being treated for chest infection. This is in accordance with the Lama Zopa’s advice.
The puja is open and free to everybody, whether attending the teachings or not. Please be seated in the gompa by 3pm

Teacher: Geshe Tenzin Zopa holds the Geshe degree from Sera Je Monastic University, South India having completed the 20 year monastic curriculum in just 17 years. He teaches clearly and directly in English, drawing on his extensive knowledge and his insight into the needs of Western students to present the Dharma in an accessible way. More…

Text: The Three Principal Aspects of the Path (Lam-tso nam-sum), Je Tsongkhapa, translated by Lama Zopa Rinpoche, download free PDF

Facility Fee to cover costs, includes refreshments & light lunch each day: weekend $90 ($80 members & concession), single day $55 ($50 members & concession)
  Note that this is a not a residential event.