Join us on Wednesday, September 21 at 7pm PT when Khentrul Lodrö T’hayé Rinpoche celebrates his book, The Power of Mind, alongside translator Paloma Lopez Landry at 9th Ave!
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Audience Q+A and signing line to follow. Copies of The Power of Mind will be available for purchase at the event.
Praise for The Power of Mind
“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, author of Trusting the Gold
“Knowing that nothing about mind is ordinary, Tibetan Buddhism abounds with surprisingly simple, down-to-earth techniques for harnessing the innate magic of our mind, allowing it to transform adversity into advantage. For many centuries, Tibetans have relied upon the easy-to-apply slogans found in the Seven Points of Mind Training to serve as the very heart of their spiritual path. Here, with crystal clear insight into the complexities of modern life, the exceptionally learned Khentrul Lodro T’haye Rinpoche inspires his readers to take up those same ancient tools of lojong to infuse their lives with more compassion, equanimity, understanding, patience, and loving kindness for others.”—Chokyi Nyima Rinpoche, author of Sadness, Love, Openness: The Buddhist Path of Joy
“This book is a user’s guide for something that all of us possess: mind. It is written in such clear, simple, and plain terms, yet contains deep meaning and complexity. The wisdom that Rinpoche imparts in The Power of Mind can benefit us all; from the absolute beginner to the most seasoned dharma practitioner.”—Michael Imperioli, actor, director, and writer
About The Power of Mind
We’ve all heard platitudes about cultivating wisdom, love, and compassion, but can developing these qualities really transform adversity? Based on his new book, The Power of Mind: A Tibetan Monk's Guide to Finding Freedom in Every Challenge (Shambhala
A thousand years ago, the Indian saint Atisha risked his life to seek out these mind training teachings in Indonesia. He then brought them to Tibet, where they flourished and spread to the rest of the world. Khentrul Rinpoche was inspired by his own teachers, who were able to follow these techniques during the Cultural Revolution and transform immense suffering into something positive. Join us in-person with Rinpoche as he explores the potential and power of our mind and introduces us to this wisdom, which has been passed down from teacher to student for centuries.
About Khentrul Lodrö T’hayé Rinpoche
Khentrul Lodrö T’hayé Rinpoche is a United States-based Tibetan monk and the director of Katog Choling, a Tibetan Cultural Center. He oversees meditation groups across North America and in Australia and South Africa. Before the Covid-19 pandemic, he traveled year-round teaching seminars and leading retreats, and he now holds online retreats for his students around the globe. He is also the abbot of a monastery in Tibet. Khentrul Rinpoche is one of the only monks in the world with three khenpo degrees—equivalent to three PhDs in Buddhist philosophy. Many of his students have nicknamed him “the mind training Khenpo” for his passion for teaching mind training practices.
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.