Online: The freedom to choose, how we feel (from 06. November)

  • Friday | Course in German
  • 11:00 - 12:00 o'clock
  • Kadampa Meditationszentrum Berlin
  • 7€ | 4-he map: 25€ | 10-he map: 55€ | included in the Zentrumskarte contain the KMC Berlin and study program card plus the Tharpaland KMC
  • As for Gyudzhin

Current information on dealing with the Covid-19 pandemic
from the 2.11. finds our lecture- and meditation program will only take place online until further notice. As soon as we offer our program again on site, we will inform you here on the website in good time, via the newsletter and our app. You can participate in online broadcasts as usual via the calendar or book the app. stay healthy!

Meditations from the Buddhist tradition

Learn meditations, will help you, deal constructively with your feelings. And understand them, to finally gain the upper hand over moods and emotional states. Gen Ananda's explanations and meditations are based on Shantideva's classics of Buddhism “Guide to the Bodhisattva's Way of Life” and the comment “Meaningful to Behold” of Ehrw. Geshe Kelsang Gyatso. Everybody welcome!

The series ends with the meditation course “The freedom to choose, how we feel – Practical tools for meditation” with the international Kadampa teacher Gen-la Thubten, am 01. November from 14 – 18 Clock on.

06. November Meditation on dealing with joys and sorrows
13. November What are feelings and where do they come from??
20. November A traditional meditation on emptiness of feelings
27. November Meditation for a positive sense of self

Our general program hours include Dharma teachings with guided meditation. The hours are well suited for both beginners and advanced meditators. Although designed as a series, can be taken separately hours. There are no special knowledge needed, but sets a Online booking ahead. Everyone is welcome to participate!

The dates on Friday morning are repeat appointments from Tuesday night, in somewhat abbreviated form. Therefore you, if you have no time on Tuesday night, the possibility have to take part in this series.

Visits this course also on Tuesday night. More information you can find You can click HERE!

Kelsang Gyudzhin is a German Buddhist monk and studied and practiced for nearly twenty years Buddha's teaching within the Kadampa Tradition. He takes part in the teacher training program of the KMC Berlin. Gyudzhin all sides is for his good heart and appreciated his calm demeanor.

 

 

 

  • Kadampa Meditationszentrum Berlin
  • Chausseestr. 108, 10115 -Berlin Mitte
  • Location: U6 Naturkundemuseum / S1, S2, S25 Nordbahnhof / Tram M5, M8, M1, 12 / Bus 247 – Chauseestr. 108, 10115 Berlin

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