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Teaching Schedule of Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche

Is The World, As We See It, Real?

Date:
9 - 10 May 2015
At:
Singapore

Rinpoche will be giving a series of three talks on this topic. The gap between what we perceive and what is real has long concerned philosophers, scientists, meditators, and all who question the meaning of life. The way we usually see and think about life events, relationships and possessions arises from subtle misconceptions and misunderstandings that generate tremendous problems and suffering. Seeing the root of our ignorance clearly empowers us to break free from painful habits and to taste true freedom. 

 

To take part in the teachings, online registration is required at dharmaspore.org/register.

 

This program is jointly organized by NUS Buddhist Society and Siddhartha's Intent.

 

When:

Session 1 – May 9, 2015 (Sat), 7.30pm
Session 2 – May 10, 2015 (Sun), 10am
Session 3 – May 10, 2015 (Sun), 2pm
The three sessions are continuous, so participants are encouraged to attend all sessions if possible.
There will be a special screening of Vara followed by Q&A with Rinpoche on May 8 (see below).

 

Where:

Singapore EXPO, Max Atria

Level 2, Peridot 201 - 206

1 Expo Drive, Singapore 486150

 

Please refer to Map for directions.

 

HOW

Online registration is required at dharmaspore.org/register.
Admission is FREE. Tickets issued on a first come first served basis.
All are welcome. The talks will be in English with Chinese translation.

 

More instructions are provided below. For inquiries, please contact us at dharmaspore@gmail.com

 

Details for Online Registration:

 

1) Go to the following event ticketing website: dharmaspore.org/register 

 

2) Select the "Quantity" for each session, and click the "Register" button. Fill in the information of the Attendee, and click “Complete Registration”. 

 

3) If your order is confirmed, the page will display "Your order is complete". You will receive an email with an order confirmation and a PDF file attachment containing the admission ticket. You must show a copy of the PDF ticket on your mobile phone or bring a printed copy for QR code scanning to obtain your entry tag.

 


May 8 - a special screening of Vara followed by Q&A with Rinpoche
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VARA: A Blessing
There will be a special screening of Vara: A Blessing, on May 8, along with a Q&A session with the director Khyentse Norbu after the screening. 
Vara: A Blessing (Bhutan, 2013) is the award-winning third feature film by Bhutanese director and writer, Khyentse Norbu. Norbu’s previous films are The Cup (1999) and Travellers & Magicians (2003). Vara is Norbu’s first English-language feature film.
Vara is a celebration of classical Indian music and dance. It tells a timeless tale of devotion and is set within the lush backdrop of rural India. The film stars Shahana Goswami and Devesh Ranjan and is based loosely on Bengali author,Sunil Gangopadhyay’s short story, Rakta Aar Kanna (Blood and Tears).
Vara was the opening film of the prestigious Busan International Film Festival in 2013 and has gone on to screen at many international film festivals, including BFI London Film Festival, Taipei Golden Horse Film Festival, Beijing International Fil Festival and the Tribeca Film Festival, where it won the Best Online Feature Film in Tribeca’s Online Competition.
This screening is jointly organized by Elsie Sim, Tara Melwani and Lee Kwang Boon in support of 84000: Translating the Words of the Buddha (84000.co), a global non-profit initiative to translate the words of the Buddha and make them available to everyone. 
Visit http://vara.peatix.com to get your tickets now. 

VARA: A Blessing

There will be a special screening of Vara: A Blessing, on May 8, along with a Q&A session with the director Khyentse Norbu after the screening.

Vara: A Blessing (Bhutan, 2013) is the award-winning third feature film by Bhutanese director and writer, Khyentse Norbu. Norbu’s previous films are The Cup (1999) and Travellers & Magicians (2003). Vara is Norbu’s first English-language feature film.

 

Vara is a celebration of classical Indian music and dance. It tells a timeless tale of devotion and is set within the lush backdrop of rural India. The film stars Shahana Goswami and Devesh Ranjan and is based loosely on Bengali author,Sunil Gangopadhyay’s short story, Rakta Aar Kanna (Blood and Tears).

 

Vara was the opening film of the prestigious Busan International Film Festival in 2013 and has gone on to screen at many international film festivals, including BFI London Film Festival, Taipei Golden Horse Film Festival, Beijing International Fil Festival and the Tribeca Film Festival, where it won the Best Online Feature Film in Tribeca’s Online Competition.

 

This screening is jointly organized by Elsie Sim, Tara Melwani and Lee Kwang Boon in support of 84000: Translating the Words of the Buddha (84000.co), a global non-profit initiative to translate the words of the Buddha and make them available to everyone.

 

Visit http://vara.peatix.com to get your tickets now.