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Khentrul Lodrö T’hayé Rinpoche ~ The Power of Mind: A Tibetan Monk's Guide to Finding Freedom in Every Challenge

Saturday, August 27, 2022
11:00am to 12:00pm

Live Webinar


Join Khentrul Lodrö T'hayé Rinpoche for applicable wisdom teachings for finding freedom in every challenge.
The Power of Mind is a modern guide to lojong—ancient Buddhist techniques for transforming all circumstances, including pain, anxiety, and stress, into mental well-being that benefits us and the people around us. We’ve all heard platitudes about cultivating love and compassion, but how can we actually develop these qualities in ourselves and—crucially—share them in our world? The Power of Mind provides the proven path of lojong, or mind training, for changing our experience from the inside out. This wisdom is accessible to everyone—whether Buddhist or not. As Khentrul Rinpoche states, “Peace and happiness can be attained, but not by searching for something in the outside world. They start within us then extend out to the entire globe.”
“A deep well of both timeless and practical wisdom, Khentrul Rinpoche’s new book helps us uncover the relaxed awareness and freedom that is our very essence.”

Tara Brach

“With crystal clear insight into the complexities of modern life, the exceptionally learned Khentrul Lodro T’haye Rinpoche inspires his readers to take up the ancient tools of lojong to infuse their lives with more compassion, equanimity, understanding, patience, and loving kindness for others.”

Chokyi Nyima Rinpoche

Khentrul Lodrö T’hayé Rinpoche was born in Tibet. He became a monk at the age of seven and spent thirty years studying meditation and techniques for working with the mind to bring positive change into the world from the inside out. During his training he received three Khenpo degrees, equivalent to having three P.h.D’s from the most prominent Buddhist universities in the world. He has lived in the US since 2002 and is the director of Katog Choling, where he oversees over twenty meditation groups across the United States and Canada. He is also the abbot of a monastery in Eastern Tibet, and teaches internationally. Many of his students have nicknamed him “the mind training Khenpo” for his passion for teaching mind training practices.