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What is the Real Purpose of Your Life?

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by Vanessa (subscribe)
WeekendNotes Chief Editor / Chief Writer / PR & Communications.

A Senior Tibetan lama will tell the people of Adelaide how to realise the true purpose of their lives.

His Eminence the 7th Dzogchen Rinpoche, Jigme Losel Wangpo, will be presenting a series of special public talks in Australia this Spring.

In these public talks Dzogchen Rinpoche will explain how in searching for happiness we buy into the idea of a perfect life a good job, a nice house, the fairy tale romance. Over many years we work hard to build this lifestyle but in reality the stress of maintaining it can leave us feeling exhausted and dissatisfied. Confused that this has not brought the long-term contentment we had hoped for, we can find ourselves lacking direction and questioning the true meaning of our life.

Instead we can draw on ancient Buddhist wisdom to practice a profound yet simple method that will help us realise the deeper purpose of our lives so we can experience effortless peace and lasting fulfillment.

This is a unique opportunity to receive guidance from Dzogchen Rinpoche, who regularly tours the world sharing his wisdom and knowledge.

The Adelaide public talk will be held at the Payneham Library (2 Turner St, Felixstow) on Friday 26 September at 7.30pm (doors open at 7pm).

Tickets are priced at $20 and $15 for concession card holders and can be purchased at

For bookings and information about other empowerments, teachings and Dzogchen retreats with Dzogchen Rinpoche please contact Shenpen Australia on 0416 404 826, or visit

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When: Friday 26 September at 7.30pm (doors open at 7pm)
Where: Payneham Library (2 Turner St, Felixstow)
Cost: Tickets are priced at $20 and $15 for concession card holders and can be purchased at
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Thanks Vanessa - this topic and particular spiritual belief interests me... I hope to embrace it (at the lecture) as I'm sick and being made sick by all the stress and hectic lifestyle that is our modern Western society!
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