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Venerable Tenzin Gendun

 

Monk since 1992. Did a degree in illustration in art school before joining the sangha.

Meditating on lam rim has really changed my life. Before I met Tibetan Buddhism I had been meditating for a couple of years in other Buddhist traditions, but this did not give me a clear path to follow in my life. When I took a lam rim course at Kopan and subsequently did a lam rim retreat at Tushita Centre in Dharamsala, this did change me: I gained focus in my life, I could now decide what was most important for me to do.

In the retreat, I hope can give this also to others. By sharing my lam rim experiences with the participants, maybe I can create some clarity in their minds: what is important in their lives, how to use their lives in a better way. Gaining clarity and focus I see as the most important reason to do this retreat.

Nalanda is a good place to do a lam rim retreats for westerners because it is nearby and conditions are much more comfortable than in India or other places in Asia, where external circumstances can be rather difficult.

logo spiritual Nalanda 179x188Nalanda est un monastère bouddhiste unique pour les moines occidentaux de la tradition tibétaine Guélougpa. Il se trouve à 44 km de Toulouse et 53 km d'Albi, dans le sud ouest de la France, dans le Tarn, sur la commune de Labastide Saint Georges près de Lavaur.

Actuellement la communauté est composée de 2 Guéshés Lharampa, de 18 moines, de 8 nonnes, de 27 étudiants laics, de 10 bénévoles et d'un salarié pour un total de 64 personnes. Le monastère Nalanda offre un environnement idéal pour combiner les études et les pratiques, dans un mode de vie approprié. Originellement, Nalanda avait comme vocation d'etre réservé aux moines pour étudier la philosophie, vivre dans la discpline monastique et effectuer des retraites.

Désormais Nalanda a deux programmes d'études à plein temps, le "PEBA" (Programme d'Etudes Bouddhistes Approfondies) et le "Masters Program" de la FPMT (Fondation pour la Préservation de la Tradition Mahayana). Ces programmes d'études sont ouverts aux moines, nonnes et laics. Les enseignements sont donnés par deux maitres très qualifiés, qui sont des Guéshés Lharampa de l'université monastique de Sera Jey en Inde. De plus Nalanda accueille régulièrement d'autres distingués enseignants et Lamas au cours de l'année.

En lire plus au sujet de l'histoire du monastère

“In 1995, at the age of 30 everyone told me that I had made it in life. I had an excellent job, a good income and a nice girlfriend. I could enjoy life every day, like eating out and entertaining friends, and every year, I could travel all around the world for a whole month. And then I became bored, thinking to myself: is this all? Is this the purpose of life? Problems emerged as well: problems at work, with money, with friends and with my girlfriend. I found all this meaningless. Then, the desire to spend time with others and find purpose in my life awakened. I started to become interested in various spiritual traditions; but never found clear and satisfactory answers. In 2000 a friend gave me a book by His Holiness the Dalai Lama, "The Art of Happiness". Finally, in it I found many clear and evident answers to my questions, full of common-sense wisdom. But these answers raised new questions. I decided to join a Buddhist center, so I went to the Kalachakra center in Paris. Early 2001, I took refuge with Geshe Jamphel, the current abbot of Nalanda; and also met the most Venerable Mogchok Rinpoche. In March 2001 Lama Zopa Rinpoche came to Paris for a few days. A lot of people were very excited; however, because I didn’t know him, I had no expectations. Before meeting with Lama Zopa I had never met a holy being, but the encounter with Lama Zopa really was a direct and personal experience of meeting an enlightened being. For me there was no doubt that Lama Zopa is an enlightened being. Then, until 2005, I went to listen to Dharma teachings almost every weekend at the Kalachakra center. I spent one month at Nalanda, I did several short retreats at Institut Vajra Yogini (near Nalanda), culminating in a one-month retreat with Lama Zopa at the Institut. I also had the opportunity to listen to the teachings of His Holiness the Dalai Lama on several occasions. As a volunteer of Kalachakra center, I participated in the life of the center and participated in numerous events. I greatly valued this period which for me was a practice of guru yoga, serving Lama Zopa and working to achieve his holy wishes. Perhaps it was at this time that I accumulated the merits necessary to take ordination thanks to the kindness of the whole team of the Kalachakra center. The idea to become a monk emerged very early on, but I was not ready. I had not reflected sufficiently on the subjects of Lam Rim. I continued my professional life until 2012, when my mind was ready to fully consider monastic life. When I met Geshe Jamphel in September 2012, he confirmed that I could ordain. He recommended I come to Nalanda in February 2013, to take ordination and start the Basic Program. After a year, on Friday, May 2 at 16:30, I took ordination at Nalanda as a getsul with Geshe Jamphel. Since I have taken the vows I feel much more free, less stressed and more relaxed. I have chosen to live in accordance with my deepest aspirations, with the values we try to cultivate. Takings vows and respecting them is the best way to abandon non-virtuous actions of body, speech and mind. This ethical practice is the basis for obtaining once again a precious human rebirth, and developing realizations of the Lam Rim. For the future I have no specific plans or expectations. I just want to dedicate my time to listening to, reflecting on and meditating on the Dharma, and to develop loving kindness and a warm heart. I do not know how to express my gratitude to all those precious Lamas and Geshes who patiently take care of us. If I have obtained any understanding of the Buddhist path, I owe this only to their great kindness. In fact, I do not think I will be able to ever return their kindness. But I will try to apply their advice to tame my rebellious spirit and to benefit others as much as I can.”

 

“In 1995, at the age of 30 everyone told me that I had made it in life. I had an excellent job, a good income and a nice girlfriend. I could enjoy life every day, like eating out and entertaining friends, and every year, I could travel all around the world for a whole month.
And then I became bored, thinking to myself: is this all? Is this the purpose of life? Problems emerged as well: problems at work, with money, with friends and with my girlfriend. I found all this meaningless. Then, the desire to spend time with others and find purpose in my life awakened. I started to become interested in various spiritual traditions; but never found clear and satisfactory answers.

In 2000 a friend gave me a book by His Holiness the Dalai Lama, "The Art of Happiness". Finally, in it I found many clear and evident answers to my questions, full of common-sense wisdom. But these answers raised new questions. I decided to join a Buddhist center, so I went to the Kalachakra center in Paris. Early 2001, I took refuge with Geshe Jamphel, the current abbot of Nalanda; and also met the most Venerable Mogchok Rinpoche.

In March 2001 Lama Zopa Rinpoche came to Paris for a few days. A lot of people were very excited; however, because I didn’t know him, I had no expectations. Before meeting with Lama Zopa I had never met a holy being, but the encounter with Lama Zopa really was a direct and personal experience of meeting an enlightened being. For me there was no doubt that Lama Zopa is an enlightened being.

Then, until 2005, I went to listen to Dharma teachings almost every weekend at the Kalachakra center. I spent one month at Nalanda, I did several short retreats at Institut Vajra Yogini (near Nalanda), culminating in a one-month retreat with Lama Zopa at the Institut. I also had the opportunity to listen to the teachings of His Holiness the Dalai Lama on several occasions.

As a volunteer of Kalachakra center, I participated in the life of the center and participated in numerous events. I greatly valued this period which for me was a practice of guru yoga, serving Lama Zopa and working to achieve his holy wishes. Perhaps it was at this time that I accumulated the merits necessary to take ordination thanks to the kindness of the whole team of the Kalachakra center.

The idea to become a monk emerged very early on, but I was not ready. I had not reflected sufficiently on the subjects of Lam Rim. I continued my professional life until 2012, when my mind was ready to fully consider monastic life. When I met Geshe Jamphel in September 2012, he confirmed that I could ordain. He recommended I come to Nalanda in February 2013, to take ordination and start the Basic Program. After a year, on Friday, May 2 at 16:30, I took ordination at Nalanda as a getsul with Geshe Jamphel.

Since I have taken the vows I feel much more free, less stressed and more relaxed. I have chosen to live in accordance with my deepest aspirations, with the values we try to cultivate. Takings vows and respecting them is the best way to abandon non-virtuous actions of body, speech and mind. This ethical practice is the basis for obtaining once again a precious human rebirth, and developing realizations of the Lam Rim.

For the future I have no specific plans or expectations. I just want to dedicate my time to listening to, reflecting on and meditating on the Dharma, and to develop loving kindness and a warm heart. 

I do not know how to express my gratitude to all those precious Lamas and Geshes who patiently take care of us. If I have obtained any understanding of the Buddhist path, I owe this only to their great kindness. In fact, I do not think I will be able to ever return their kindness. But I will try to apply their advice to tame my rebellious spirit and to benefit others as much as I can.”

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