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明就仁波切的祝福!
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明就仁波切鼓勵大家:生活中不要忘記練習!以下短片是明就仁波切不久前為了鼓舞同學們而錄製的,在此與大家分享。仁波切在香港的弘法活動一週後就要開始了,誠意邀請大家和朋友家人一起來參加,在仁波切帶領下學習如何把覺知、慈悲與智慧帶進生活中。

10月2-5日:開心禪工作坊——重點教學
10月7-8日:覺知領袖工作坊
10月9及10日:遇見快樂公開講座

我們到時見!



“Don’t forget to practise anytime, everywhere, short time, many times!” In this short video recorded recently, Mingyur Rinpoche sends his greetings and encourages us to bring our practice into our everyday life. Rinpoche will arrive in Hong Kong in a week’s time for a series of teachings. We invite you to join us in learning from Rinpoche how we can cultivate awareness, compassion and wisdom, and further bring these qualities into our everyday life.

October 2-5: Joy of Living meditation workshops – Essence teachings
October 7-8: Awareness Leadership workshop
October 9 and 10: Encounters with Happiness public talks

See you there!

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About Yongey Mingyur Rinpoche
————詠給 · 明就仁波切簡介
詠給‧明就仁波切擁有一種罕有的能力,能以新穎的手法,活化了古老悠久的智慧。他透過幽默、清晰、直接的方式來講學。他的禪修方法最特別之處,就是結合了個人的經驗和現代科學的研究。

仁波切1975年出生於西藏與尼泊爾之間的喜瑪拉雅山區,是藏傳佛教眾多大師中的一顆新星。仁波切3歲時,由第16世大寶法王認證為詠給‧明就仁波切的轉世。9歲開始隨父親烏金祖古仁波切學習大手印、大圓滿的禪修。12歲由大司徒仁波切主持坐床儀式。13歲進行3年3月的閉關。17歲出關後,隨即在剛完成的閉關中心獲大司徒仁波切委任為閉關導師,給予年輕喇嘛如此高位,實在是很罕見的。19歲進入宗薩佛學院學習經教。22歲開始,受邀至世界各地傳授法教。23歲時,大司徒仁波切授予他比丘戒。
仁波切是美國威斯康辛大學進行的「心、腦、行為」研究對象之一。研究結果被《時代雜誌》(Time magazine) 認為:他是世界上其中一位最快樂的人。仁波切的第一本及暢銷的英文著作《世界上最快樂的人》,已翻譯成德、法、中文等20多種譯本,是結合科學、佛法與禪修之作,2009年在美國出版第二本著作《你是幸運的》。仁波切祈願西方科學及佛法修持之配合,能幫助人們獲得深層的快樂、自在與寧靜。他還有兒童圖書《Ziji: 小狗學禪修》(英文版) 和最新的著作《帶自己回家——藏傳佛法前行修持指導》。

2011年6月,仁波切在印度菩提迦耶離開了德噶寺,開始了新一回的個人實修閉關。在2015年11月,他返回寺院,結束了為期4年多的雲水間的修持。他最近在世界各地進行弘法利生的活動和教學。
Yongey Mingyur Rinpoche possesses a rare ability to present the ancient wisdom of Tibet in a fresh, engaging manner. His profound yet accessible teachings and playful sense of humour have endeared him to students around the world. Most uniquely, Rinpoche’s teachings weave together his own personal experiences with modern scientific research, relating both to the practice of meditation.

Born in 1975 in the Himalayan border regions between Tibet and Nepal, Mingyur Rinpoche is a rising star among the new generation of Tibetan Buddhist masters. From a young age, Rinpoche was drawn to a life of contemplation. He spent many years of his childhood in strict retreat. At the age of 17, he was invited to be a teacher at his monastery’s three-year retreat centre, a position rarely held by such a young lama. He also completed the traditional Buddhist training in philosophy and psychology, before founding a monastic college at his home monastery in north India.

In addition to extensive training in the meditative and philosophical traditions of Tibetan Buddhism, Mingyur Rinpoche has also had a lifelong interest in Western science and psychology. At an early age, he began a series of informal discussions with the famed neuroscientist Francisco Varela, who came to Nepal to learn meditation from his father, Tulku Urgyen Rinpoche.
Many years later, in 2002, Mingyur Rinpoche and a handful of other long-term meditators were invited to the Waisman Laboratory for Brain Imaging and Behavior at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where Richard Davidson, Antoine Lutz, and other scientists examined the effects of meditation on the brains of advanced meditators. The results of this ground-breaking research were reported in many of the world’s most widely read publications, including National Geographic and Time.

Mingyur Rinpoche teaches throughout the world, with centres on five continents. His candid, often humorous accounts of his own personal difficulties have endeared him to thousands of students around the world. His best-selling book, The Joy of Living: Unlocking the Secret and Science of Happiness, debuted on the New York Times bestseller list and has been translated into over 20 languages. Rinpoche’s most recent books are Turning Confusion into Clarity: A Guide to the Foundation Practices of Tibetan BuddhismJoyful Wisdom: Embracing Change and Finding Freedom, and an illustrated children’s book entitled Ziji: The Puppy that Learned to Meditate.

In early June, 2011, Mingyur Rinpoche walked out of his monastery in Bodhgaya, India and began a wandering retreat through the Himalayas and the plains of India that lasted four-and-a-half years. When not attending to the monasteries under his care in India and Nepal, Rinpoche spends time each year travelling and teaching worldwide.

Detailed biography of Mingyur Rinpoche (English only)

 

 
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