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Traleg Kyabgon Rinpoche
E-vam Institute, Melbourne

 

 

 

 

 

Ekai Korematsu Osho

YOUR VERY MIND IS BUDDHA
(Soku  Shin Ze Butsu)

 

EKAI KOREMATSU OSHO

Friday 7, 14, 21 & 28 July @ 7:30pm

 

In this chapter of Shobogenzo, Zen Master Dogen makes clear that the saying ‘Your very mind is Buddha’ is addressed to one who has already given rise to the intention to train and reach Buddhahood. Ekai Osho will address that mind in this series of talks at E-Vam Institute on Friday nights in July.

Ekai Korematsu Osho is the main teacher and Director of Jikishoan’s Training and Buddhist Studies Program. Born in Japan in1948, he studied humanities and Buddhism in Denmark and the USA. He was ordained as a monk by Kobun Chino Roshi at Haiku Zendo, Los Altos, in 1976. He received dharma transmission from Ikko Narasaki Roshi at Zuioji Monastery in 1986. His formal training was twelve years at three monasteries, Eiheiji, Zuioji and Shogoji. His Buddhist education is through Soto Zen Buddhism. Ekai Osho has been serving as Abbot and Resident Teacher of Jikishoan in Melbourne since its inception in 1999.

Session Dates & Times
July 7 @ 7:30pm
July 14 @ 7:30pm
July 21 @ 7:30pm
July 28 @ 7:30pm

Bookings & Enquiries
E-Vam Institute Office (03) 9387 0422 / info@evaminstitute.org

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Jakob Leschly

JAKOB LESCHLY

Wednesday 22nd November
7:30pm at E-Vam Institute

Further details to be announced. Bookings now open for this special one night only event.

Bookings & Enquiries
E-Vam Institute Office (03) 9387 0422 / info@evaminstitute.org

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U35s

Shogam Vidhalaya 
Shedra
(Closed Group)
at E-Vam Institute Melbourne

The Shogam Vidhalaya students, having commenced their studies under the tutelage of Traleg Kyabgon Rinpoche IX, with Mipham Rinpoche's Gateway to Knowledge, continue their studies under the tutelage of Khenpo Chonyi Rangdrol. The majority of the works of the main Indian and Tibetan masters will be studied. This is a closed group. Opportunity may become available in future years for new students to join a Shedra Course.