Evening Talk in Anchorage AK

University of Alaska-Anchorage Recital Hall 3700 Alumni Drive, Anchorage, AK

Peace and happiness start within us then extend out to the entire globe.

No admission fee.

Evening Talk in Fairbanks AK

Barnes and Noble Fairbanks 421 Merhar Ave, Fairbanks, AK

We’ve all heard platitudes about cultivating wisdom, love, and compassion, but can these qualities really transform adversity?

No admission fee.

Afternoon Talk in New Orleans

Spyre 1772 Prytania Street, New Orleans, Louisiana

A thousand years ago, the Indian saint Atisha risked his life seeking these mind training teachings in Indonesia.

No admissions fee. Donations welcome.

Book Signing Event in Salt Lake City UT

The King's English Bookstore 1511 S 1500 E, Salt Lake City, UT

Tibetan Buddhist monk Khentrul Lodrö T’hayé Rinpoche will discuss how training the mind in wisdom, love, and compassion can transform adversity.

No admission fee.

Afternoon Talk in Salt Lake City UT

Episcopal Church Center of Utah 75 S 200 E, Salt Lake City, Utah

Khentrul Rinpoche’s own teachers inspired him by following these techniques during the Cultural Revolution, thus transforming immense suffering into something positive.

No admission fee.

Afternoon Talk in Little Rock AR

Exact location to be determined. Little Rock, Arkansas

Join us for an event 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.

No admission fee.

Evening Talk in Bentonville AR

The Meteor Guitar Gallery 128 West Central Ave, Bentonville, AR

We’ve all heard platitudes about cultivating wisdom, love, and compassion, but can these qualities really transform adversity?

No admission fee.

Morning Talk in Miami FL

Miami Book Fair @ Miami Dade Wolfson Campus, Building 8, Second Floor, 8202 315 NE 2nd Ave, Miami, FL

The Indian saint Atisha brought these teachings to Tibet, where they flourished and spread to the rest of the world. Khentrul Rinpoche’s own teachers inspired him by following these techniques during the Cultural Revolution, thus transforming immense suffering into something positive.

Ticket Required. See event details.