Lama Yeshe Ling is delighted to welcome back Geshe Sherab, in person, this November. Geshe la understands and connects very well with Western students, presenting the Dharma in English, in a highly accessible, warm, and open manner. We feel very fortunate that agreed to return to teach and share his profound wisdom and compassion with us.
We will learn how to apply Buddha’s teachings as we navigate the rough waters that may come because of issues such as global warming and AI. They are 2 very different issues, but we will need to find ways to deal with our minds and emotions as these and other challenges become more and more part of our lives.
When: Wednesday, November 22, 2023, 7:00 – 8:30 pm
Where: Burlington Public Library, Central Branch, Holland Room (this is next to the Centennial Hall, where we normally hold our events at the BPL), and online
Everyone is welcome! The event is sponsored by many individual benefactors cultivating the generosity of giving the Dharma. Please see below for ways to contribute to the success of these teachings.
You may attend in person – there is something special about the in-person experience – with a wonderful opportunity to meet with Geshe Sherab in person, and with the Lama Yeshe Ling community of like minded friends. We will also be streaming this for online participation.
Register ahead to watch on Zoom.
or watch the sessions live-streamed on Facebook.
You can learn more about the Weekend Teaching Retreat that Geshe Sherab will be leading here.
Volunteer Opportunities Now Available – We Need Your Help!
Volunteer roles are now outlined. Please sign up using this form to help us to make these teachings a success. Thanks so much!
About Geshe Thubten Sherab
Geshe la was born in 1967 in a small village in the province of Manang, the western part of Nepal. He entered Kopan Monastery at the age of nine and completed his Geshe studies at Sera Je Monastery in South India, followed by a year at Gyume Tantric College. He then completed retreat and teaching assignments both in the U.S. and Asia. He served as Head Master of Kopan Monastery’s school for four years, overseeing debate training and tantric training activities.
Geshe Sherab taught and helped in FPMT International Office for two and a half years in Taos, New Mexico, from 2001-2003, and also served as Director of the FPMT Board for a few years. After he returned to Nepal from the United States, Geshe-la was in retreat for a year and was then appointed as Head Master of Kopan. For the last few years, he has been travelling and teaching at FPMT Centers in the U.S., Canada, Mexico, Asia, and Europe.
Opportunity to Sponsor the Teachings – We Need Your Help!
Sponsoring the teachings helps to make the teachings available to everyone. In this way, we are able to practice the generosity of giving of the Dharma and thereby create vast amounts of merit.
Remember to make an aspiration/dedication to accomplish your goals for yourself and others before making the offering. With clear intention, we can create causes to accomplish the welfare of both ourselves and all sentient beings, or of any heartfelt cause.