Khaydroup Teaches in Santa Barbara on March 11

From the Santa Barbara Bodhi Path…

The Day of Practice will consist of morning and afternoon sessions and you are encouraged to attend both sessions. There will be readings, discussion, and practice. We will break for lunch at the center from 12-1, so please bring your own food (tea will be available) or you can purchase a sandwich or salad a block away and eat at the center.  Those wishing to talk more with Khaydroup can do so at any of the breaks, lunch, or during an early dinner.

The Prayer of the Seven Branches is found again and again in many forms throughout Buddhist texts. Using Shamar Rinpoche’s commentary on The King of Prayers, this Day of Practice will be devoted to understanding and practicing each of these seven branches.

Saturday, March 11, 9:30-12 and 1-4 with lunch break at the center 12-1

Registration from 9 to 9:30 am

Patrons of any Bodhi Path Center: $50 both sessions, $30 one session
Non Patron: $60 both sessions $35 one session
No one turned away for lack of funds

About the Teacher: Khaydroup completed two 3 year retreats in France under the guidance of the realized master Gendun Rinpoche. Before that she spent 5 years studying with Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche. At the request of Shamar Rinpoche, Khaydroup moved back to the US in 2000 to be a resident teacher at the Santa Barbara Bodhi Path Center. During the two years she was there, she helped found both the San Luis Obispo Bodhi Path and West Los Angeles Bodhi Path Centers. The West Los Angeles group moved to Pasadena in 2004 where Khaydroup continues as the resident teacher.