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Tulku Choekyi Nangpa Rinpoche HEIC

Empowerment and Bodhisattva Vows

5-6 June 2024 Istanbul
Time: 19.30-21.30


Embark on a transformative journey with the AVALOKITESHVARA Empowerment and Bodhisattva Vows, led by H.E Gyaltsab Choekyi Nangpa Rinpoche, a revered spiritual guide.


The Bodhisattva Avalokiteshvara, the embodiment of compassion, holds a central place in Buddhism, becoming the most important deity around the sixth century C.E.

Purpose of the Practice:

Deepening Compassion: Understand the qualities of Avalokiteshvara to deepen and strengthen innate compassion and empathy.

Overcoming Personal Difficulties: Use the practice to overcome personal difficulties rooted in fear, self-clinging, and discomfort.

Investing in the Greater Community: Compassion cultivated through this practice encourages investment in the greater community, humanity, and the universe.


Guided Meditation: Connect with Avalokiteshvara through a blissful guided meditation.


Bodhisattva Vows: Embrace the sacred Bodhisattva vows as a commitment to compassion and service to others.


Empowerment Details:


Introduction and ceremony of Bodhisattva Vows. June 5th, 2024

Introduction and full empowerment of Avalokiteshvara- June 6th, 2004.

Open to All: This program is open to individuals of all levels of Buddhist practice. There are no prerequisites, making it accessible to practitioners at any stage of their spiritual journey.

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Path to World Peace: A Journey of Love and Kindness"
8-9 June 2024 Istanbul

Embark on a transformative journey towards global peace, understanding, and harmony in our "Path to World Peace: A Journey of Love and Kindness" event with HH Gyaltsab Choekyi Nangpa Rinpoche 

This event is open to people from all walks of life, regardless of their religious or spiritual beliefs. We are committed to promoting the universal principles of love, kindness, and the Four Noble Truths as a foundation for positive change in our world.

Event Highlights

  • Teachings on Love and Kindness: Learn the principles of compassion, love, and kindness as essential components for personal growth and fostering world peace.

  • Understanding the Four Noble Truths: Gain insights into the Four Noble Truths from Buddhism, presented in a non-religious and universally applicable context. These truths can guide individuals towards overcoming suffering and finding a path to inner and outer peace.

  • Community and Connection: Connect with a diverse community of individuals who share a common vision of world peace and harmony. Share experiences, insights, and ideas with a like-minded and supportive group.

Who Should Attend: This event is designed for anyone who wishes to play a role in fostering world peace, regardless of their religious or spiritual background. If you believe in the power of love, kindness, and the potential for positive change in our world, you're welcome to join us on this journey.


Join us in the pursuit of a more peaceful world, where love and kindness are universal values that transcend religious boundaries. Let's collectively work towards a brighter future without prejudice or discrimination. 

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About Tulku Choekyi Nangpa Rinpoche 



His Excellence Choekyi Nangpa Rinpoche has lived in India since1993.  He has received numerous initiations and teachings from His Holiness the Dalai Lama, especially the Hundred Instructions on Kalachakra. His Holiness named him Abbot of the Jonang Monastary in Shimla in 1998. He has the title of Dorje Lopon- « Vajra Holder » which in the Jonang tradition is the highest tantric title for a practioner. In 2014 , he was named Jonang Gyaltsab Rinpoche (The main Representative of the Jonang Lineage in exil). Tulku Choekyi Nangpa Rinpoche holds all the Jonang tradition lineages and foremost the Wheel of Time , KALACHAKRA, Yidam deity of the Jonangpa tradition, which traces the origin of its lineage back to the Buddha .  Rinpoche was asked to transmit the teachings of this lineage by His Excellence Dorje Chang Ngawang Yonten Pal Sangpo, Rinpoche’s Root Lama. Rinpoche teaches the monks in Shimla in the Jonang tradition and he teaches the Six Vajra Yogas to students of the Kalachakra Meditation Institute. 

He is invited regularly to teach in Europe, South America and Taiwan.

Many of those who live close to Rinpoche transform without even having received a single teaching. Emotions like fear, anger, jealousy etc. become less intense.
Rinpoche actually teaches at the Jonang monastic University and at the Kalachakra Meditation Centre inShimla and Dharamsala, India.


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