10:00 — 12:00

R. dos Agrimensores, 1461

Cotia, São Paulo Brasil
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“The Boy Who Threw Up Gold” is a story that was told by Chagdud Rinpoche and is being retold by Lama Norbu.

Ciranda of Dharma was originally created in response to a request by Rinpoche for children of the Sangha to receive an education on the principles of the Dharma.

Rinpoche strongly believed that the values of love and compassion for all beings could be taught to even the youngest children through stories.

Since it was established in 2002, this method of demonstrating virtuous qualities through stories and group activities has been the primary focus of Ciranda of Dharma.

Children of all ages are welcome and must be accompanied by a responsible adult during their time at the Temple.

In-person only.

The contribution is free.

Lama Norbu

Lama Norbu became a student of Chagdud Tulku Rinpoche in 1980, and had the great fortune of listening to his teachings and stories for 22 years. Rinpoche asked him to present the teachings to children through stories after he died. Since then, Lama Norbu has worked in children's organizations and non-profit schools in Brazil, and has continued with the project of writing a series of stories for children, based on Rinpoche's original teachings.


May 7

  • Story reading
  • Artistic activity
  • Meditation exercise

For children of all ages!


10:00 - 12:00
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