James Low: Buddha nature in all aspects of life. Eifel, April 2017

This retreat is aimed at familiarizing ourselves with the six bardos. We will do this by studying The Root Verses of the Six Bardos, a fundamental text of Tibetan Buddhism and a terma of the master Karma Lingpa. The six bardos describe all aspects of our human lives, including the process of death and dying. They provide us with an opportunity to discover how we can recognize all aspects of living and dying as an expression of our buddha nature, our limitless and true nature.

The Root Verses of the Six Bardos is published in the Collected Works of C.R. Lama in 2013 (Chapter 4), edited by James Low. The German edition was published in 2016 under the title  „Gesammelte Schriften von Chimed Rigdzin Rinpoche”.

You can read everything about the retreat here including the practical arrangements for registering and for accommodation. Registration starts on the evening of April 19th.

James Low will give an evening lecture on 19th April, the evening before the retreat starts,  in Cologne/Bonn on “Compassion, befriending the orphaned self”

Time: 20th – 23rd of April 2017

Place: Kamalashila Institute, Kirchstraße 22, 56729 Langenfeld, Germany

Contact: Eva Kuechler: em@kuechler-therapie.de

Dieser Beitrag wurde unter Veranstaltungen veröffentlicht. Setze ein Lesezeichen auf den Permalink.