His Holiness the Dalai Lama will give teachings primarily in Tibetan. The teachings will be translated into Latvian, Russian and English. The translations will be broadcast in the FM range.
You may use your mobile phone with built in FM radio or a portable FM radio set to listen to the translation. Please make sure your phone is fully charged, and you have enough spare batteries for your radio set. Please bring the corresponding earphones.
May 5‒6 at Kipsala International Exhibition Center
His Holiness the Fourteenth Dalai Lama will give his first ever teachings in the Baltic States on wisdom and compassion– the two main aspects of the Buddhist spiritual path.
«Just like a bird relying on its two wings is flying freely across an open sky, a practitioner is ascending the spiritual path relying on wisdom and compassion», ‒ often says His Holiness quoting great Buddhist thinkers of the past.
The spiritual leader will teach the fundamentals of Buddhist philosophy based on two classical texts – the Heart Sutra and 37 Practices of Bodhisattvas by Gyalsey Thogmey Zangpo. The teachings will be given at the numerous requests of Buddhists from the Baltic States and Russia.
Everyone is welcome to participate in this event with His Holiness the Dalai Lamа, both Buddhists and those who are simply interested in the Buddhist philosophy that harmoniously combines profound wisdom and limitless compassion.
Event links: lv.dalailama.ru
5 – 6 May 2014
9.30 ‒ 11.30 First Session
11.30 ‒ 13.30 Lunch Break
13.30 ‒ 15.30 Second Session
‒ is valid for the teachings on 5 – 6 May;
‒ includes lunch during the break between the two sessions each day.
Monks and nuns
The organizers offer free admission to the teachings of H.H. the Dalai Lama to monks and nuns. Please fill up the form at http://lv.dalailama.ru/. Your applications should be sent before April 15.
The organizers kindly ask you not to bring your children under the age of six into the hall. If your children attend the sessions, you need to purchase an admission ticket for them. The children should be able to sit quietly for a two hour talk as well as show an interest in being there.
If you are planning to bring a child below 3 years old, please email the organizers: email@example.com.
Wheelchair users and those accompanying them, please do not book your tickets online, rather send a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org to receive your admission ticket and other pertinent information.
To ensure a harmonious sequence of events and a safe one for all participants, please adhere to the following guidelines:
The teachings will begin at 9.30 am, both on May 4 and on May 5. The doors of the Kipsala International Exhibition Center will open at 7.30 am. Please consider arriving at least one hour before the event to allow you to go through the security checks before entry. Please promptly take your seat since H.H. the Dalai Lama usually starts on time and sometimes arrives well in advance.
For safety reasons you are requested not to carry large bags, strollers and other bulky items into the venue. Weapons, knives, tools, aerosols, paint, marking pens, flags, scissors and sharp objects are not permitted.
Seats are numbered and volunteers will assist you in finding them.
Please switch off your mobiles in the hall (or switch to flight mode if you use the FM radio function of your mobile for the translation).
Photos can only be taken from your seat; please avoid using flash and be considerate of those seated next to you by taking only a few photos.
Pets are not allowed except for guide dogs for the blind
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