IN-PERSON and ON ZOOM!
We all want and need wisdom in our lives. It is said that when the Buddha attained his spiritual awakening, he realized what are called the Two Wisdoms – the Wisdom that Knows How Things Appear, and the Wisdom that Knows How Things Really Are.
But how do we as beginning students of the Buddha approach these two wisdoms? How do we know what to study, and how to study?
Using a teaching by KTC Founder Khenpo Karthar Rinpoche as a guide, Lama Kathy Wesley will tell the story of Manjushri, the bodhisattva of wisdom, and will introduce a short prayer recited daily by monks and nuns and schoolchildren throughout the Tibetan Buddhist world.
This prayer is said to produce good conditions (both inner and outer) for the study of dharma and the development of wisdom.
ABOUT TICKETS: Our Columbus KTC Facebook event listing for this event says tickets are free, but we would appreciate a small donation to benefit Columbus KTC’s Operations Fund during this time. You can donate as little as $1, or any amount you wish – it is all appreciated!
IF YOU DO NOT HAVE financial means, or have difficulty registering online, please write email@example.com and she will register you at no cost.
WANT TO READ AHEAD?
Here’s a copy of the Manjushri Prayer in Pecha form:
Here is a copy of the Manjushri Prayer in 8.5 by 11 form:
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Hop over to our KTC donations page at this link: https://columbusktc.kindful.com
ABOUT LAMA KATHY: A student of buddhism since meeting Khenpo Karthar Rinpoche in 1977, Lama Kathy participated in the first 3-Year Retreat conducted by Khenpo Rinpoche in the United States. Since graduating from retreat in 1996, Lama Kathy has served as the Resident Teacher of the Columbus KTC.