"ARE RESULTS ALL THAT MATTER? A Buddhist Perspective"
In the midst of all the time and efforts we have put in our lives,
Are we just going for the results only?
Or is there something even more precious than
What we are always going after?
What really matters the most?
Venue: Singapore Polytechnic, LT 4A (B)
Date: 4th August, Friday
Time: 5.30 pm - 7.30 pm
Dharma Speaker: Sien Phen Tulku Rinpoche
English Translator: Lama Sherab Dorje
Note: Sien Phen Dharma Centre has also organized Dharma Teachings and Basic Meditation Classes in August. For more details, please look at the attached file. If you would like to attend, please register with
Yinghui HP:96318073 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
by 8th August as seats are limited, or you may wish to register on the day of the event. Thank you.
Any Enquiries, please contact Yinghui.
About Speaker and Translator
Sien Phen Tenpe Nyima Tulku Rinpoche is the Spiritual Director of Sien Phen Dharma Centre in Singapore. At age 6 -18, Sien Phen Tulku Rinpoche studied Buddhist Philosophy in Palpung Monastery. At age 18, Rinpoche entered a meditation retreat at Palpung Monastery's [Mahamudra & The Six Yogas of Naropa Retreat Centre] under the guidance of the Vajra master, Lama Yeshe Jungne, who gave Rinpoche the complete lineage transmission of the Kagyu [Mahamudra] and Nyingma [Dzogchen] traditions. Sien Phen Tulku Rinpoche was responsible for fully restoring Palpung Monastery's [Vairochana Retreat Centre]. He has built and restored numerous Relic Stupas, Dharma Wheel Halls, and conducted lectures on Buddhist teachings to both the Sangha and lay Dharma students.
Lama Sherab Dorje is the Executive Director of Blazing Wisdom Institute in New York. His principal teacher is Tulku Urgyen Rinpoche. He was fortunate to learn from other pre-eminent masters, including H.H. Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche and Kalu Rinpoche. He has successfully completed a 3-year lama retreat in the Kagyu school of Tibetan Buddhism. Over the past 15 years he has travelled widely, teaching and working with and translating for a greatnumber of distinguished Nyingma and Kagyu meditation masters. He has translated important Dharma texts such as "The Eighth Situpa on the Third Karmapa's Mahamudra Prayer" ( www.snowlionpub.com). Lama Sherab is renowned as a scholar and interpreter of Tibetan Buddhist teachings into English, and known for his quiet yet humorous and insightful manner.
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