In the next nine weeks, we will be looking at a series of self-contained meditation classes. Each subject is a key instruction from the Buddhist tradition to help us improve our qualities and survive the challenges thrown at us. These are methods to strengthen our minds instead of simply changing the externals. Everybody is welcome!
1. Taking equality to a different level (02.03.) A meditation to help us create the basis for harmony and ease.
2. But seriously, where does mental pain stem from? (09.03.) Sometimes less is more. A meditation to help us go straight to the core.
3. All you need is love – but why? (16.03.) The source of happiness is within us. A meditation to help us utilize it.
4. Starting a revolution of the heart (23.03.) Learn what is the secret behind some people being loved by everyone.
5. Ultimate healing through meditation (30.03.) Where there is a will, there is a way. A meditation to help us transform our intentions.
6. Becoming a true friend of the world (06.04.) A special method to fully develop our potential and become truly beneficial.
7. The relationship between courage and compassion (13.04.) We don’t need to shy away from difficulties. Learn how to use them to become a better person.
8. Love as a secret „weapon“ (20.04.) Learn a meditation that will help you protect your mind while secretly making others happy.
9. The greatest kindness of all (27.04.) Learn how to meditate on the true nature of yourself and the world around you.
Meditation classes are based on Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso’s classic Universal Compassion and will be taught by Kelsang Jetsun who has been a Buddhist nun for over 25 years and who takes great delight in sharing her understanding and experience of Buddha’s teachings
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Lehrer der Veranstaltung
Kelsang Jetsun ist eine Schülerin des Ehrw. Geshe Kelsang Gyatso Rinpoche mit spanischen Wurzeln und seit über 25 Jahren buddhistische Nonne. Ihr Unterricht ist alltagspraktisch, lebendig und humorvoll.