Meditation and the practice of Buddhism can transform our lives. With the tools we’re going to talk about here, you can take steps to work on unleashing your full potential for mindfulness, wisdom, compassion, patience, and love.
Who am I?
Daniel Scharpenburg (Gegan Kelsang Dakpa) is a Buddhist Meditation Teacher. He has had a committed meditation practice for 20 years. Daniel completed Meditation Instructor Training under Lama Chuck Stanford at the Rime Buddhist Center in 2011. He volunteers at the Rime Buddhist Center as a Class Facilitator and Meditation Lead. He was given the title “Gegan” or teacher and he has taken Bodhisattva Vows.
Daniel served as director of the Rime Center Dharma School from 2011-2014, teaching children how to meditate. He also went through some teacher training and spent some time as a Zen Priest in the Five Mountain Zen Order and took Brahmajala Vows with Ven. Wonji Dharma in the Korean Zen Tradition.
In an effort to deepen his practice and knowledge, Daniel has received teachings and instruction from various Buddhist teachers including: Lama Lena, Khentrul Lodro Thaye, Santikaro, Younge Khachab Rinpoche, Geshe Tsewang Thinley, and Karen Maezen Miller.
Daniel considers himself a Rime (or non-sectarian) Buddhist.
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