Sunday, February 19 10 a.m.12 noon Khenpo will explain the widespread and meritorious meditation ritual of tsok offering, or food offering. Tsok offerings are generally made on auspicious days of the lunar calendar during group meditation practice. Khenpo will lead participants in a short meditation followed by the chanting of the tsok prayervery high energy!and sharing of the tsok food. Attendees are invited to bring an item of food homemade or store boughtor bottled drink to include in the offering. All food offered will be shared as lunch. Remainders of the blessed food can be taken home and shared with others. Finally, Khenpo will discuss the ongoing meditation activities of the Rehoboth group, such as the types of group meditation and chants he advises. Khenpo will gladly answer all questions connected to group or personal practice. Khenpo will be available for private consultations, schedule permitting. Please contact DeAnna Neri in advance, or at the teachings. Suggested donation: $20 per teaching session. Saturday, both sessions, $45. Do not be deterred from attending due to lack of funds. About Khenpo Tenzin Thinley His Eminence Gangteng Tulku of Bhutan assigned Khenpo Tenzin Thinley to maintain ongoing kharma instruction as resident teacher for Yeshe Khorlo, his meditation centers in the U.S. An accomplished scholar as well as an accomplished yogi, Khenpo received a Ph.D.-level Khenpo degree from Namdroling Institute in Mysore, India; and he completed the traditional 3-year solitary retreat in the Pema Lingpa tradition under the direction of H. E. Gangteng Rinpoche in Bhutan. For the past eight years Khenpo has been teaching at the Gangteng Shedra (graduate college) in Bhutan, where he attained the status of Head Khenpo. Yeshe Khorlo USA (yeshekhorlo.org) is extremely fortunate to be hosting Khenpo Tenzin Thinley in the U.S., and is honored to assist him in sharing his knowledge and experience with other centers and interested groups. About Yeshe Khorlo (yeshekhorlo.org) Yeshe Khorlo USA is a Colorado based religious non- profit. Established in 1995 under the direction of Gangteng Tulku Rinpoche, the mission and goal of Yeshe Khorlo is to cultivate the growth of the Buddha Dharma through three activities of (1) study and teaching; (2) accomplishing dharma practice; and (3) practical application through the work of helping and giving.