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How To Realize One’S Own Human Potential: A Buddhist Perspective


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How to realize one’s own human potential:

a Buddhist perspective

B y t h e V e n e r a b l e A n i Z a m b a

The venerable Ani Zamba is a UK born nun with more than 40

years of study and practice in Buddhism. Her main guru was

Dungsey Thinley Norbu Rinpoche. Her other main teachers

include HH the Dalai Lama, HH Dujom Rinpoche and HH Dilgo

Khyenste Rinpoche. She has also received many teachings from

Chadud Rinpoche, Khamtul Rinpoche, Dzongsar Rinpoche and

Lama Wangdor.

Having established a firm foundation in Tibetan Buddism she also

went on to study within the Thai Buddhist tradtion with Achaan

Chah, Achaan Buddha Das and Luangphau Cheleun for four years.

Later Ani Zamba traveled to Korea to study the Son tradition with

the great Zen master Kusan Sunim where she spend 7 years.

More recently she studied the Sik Sai Chun Chinese Buddhist

tradition in China for nine years.

Latterly she has founded a charitable trust in north east Brazil to create a project for human well being

called “Dipankara”. This project, which is based on realising one’s own potential, engages both the

important psychological and physical aspects of human development.

In her presentation Ani Zamba will draw on her considerable experience of both study and practice of

Buddhism to reveal how we can all greatly benefit by having a glimpse of our own limitless potential.

DATE: 16 August 2011 (Tuesday)

TIME: 7:30 p.m.

PLACE: The Siam Society, 131 Asoke Montri Rd, Sukhumvit 21

For more information, please telephone Khun Arunsri at

(02) 661 6470-7, fax (02) 258 3491, or e-mail: [email protected]

Office Hours: Tuesday – Saturday, 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

The Siam Society Members, Members’ spouses and children, and all

students showing valid student I.D. cards, are admitted free of charge.

Non-Members Donation B200.

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