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Welcome to Fully Being
A comprehensive new course from Tsoknyi Rinpoche
Fully Being is a journey of discovery leading to a grounded body, an open heart and a clear mind. In this experiential course Tsoknyi Rinpoche offers unique, powerful and practical tools for traversing the spiritual path that returns us to our fullness of being.
This self-paced course of 8 sections consists of video teachings and guided meditations by Rinpoche, as well as key points, exercises and daily reminders.
Rinpoche’s style is engagingly fresh, playful and penetrating. This course is the outcome of over 25 years of teaching and dialoguing throughout the world. Fully Being is intended both as an independent approach to embodied spirituality and as a preparation and enhancement for the traditional path of liberation.
“Seek the wisdom that will untie your knot. Seek the path that demands your whole being.” – Rumi
An Intro Video about the course
to give a sense of Fully Being
The 8 Core Sections of Fully Being
Meet Tsoknyi Rinpoche
Instructor of Fully Being
Tsoknyi Rinpoche was born in Nepal in 1966, to a Tibetan father and a Nepali mother. He was raised and educated in Nepal and India under some of the greatest meditation masters of the last generation. He began traveling and teaching throughout the world over 25 years ago.
Rinpoche is deeply committed to presenting wisdom teachings in ways that are authentic and yet fresh and relevant. He has a keen interest in how spirituality can be embodied given the unique mental and emotional challenges of living in today’s world. He also oversees nunneries in Nepal and Tibet and has thousands of students across the world. He regularly teaches in North America, Europe, South America and East Asia.
You can find out more about Rinpoche’s activities, lineage and schedule on his website: http://www.tsoknyirinpoche.org