The Profound Path of Phowa – Introduction weekend with Lama Jigmé in Ireland – 13 to 15 April 2018

Dear friends,

We are happy to announce the forthcoming weekend with Lama Jigme in Irland during which he will give an introduction to the practice of Phowa, also described as transference of consciousness at the moment of death. Phowa is an exceptionally strong and fast method whereby realization of stable meditation is not required. This makes it a very suitable method for everyone.

When:
Friday 13 April 2018 7.30 pm to 10 pm
Saturday 14 April and Sunday 15 April from 10 am to 5 pm

Where: ‘Center’ Feakle Co. Clare

Language: Teachings will be given in English.

For more information and registration please contact Vicki Wood via centerfeakle@gmail.com

Losar celebration at Centre Culturel Tibétain – 18 February 2018

Dear friends,

Losar Tashi Delek!

On occasion of Tibetan New Year (Year of Earth Dog 2145), the Losar celebration will be held at Centre Culturel Tibétain on Sunday, 18 February 2018 from 4 to 6 p.m.

Everybody is very welcome to join.

For more information visit the event page here.

“Tibetan meditation – Discovering inner peace” – series of teachings and fundamentals in meditation at the University of Luxembourg

Dear friends,

We would like to inform you that Lama Jigme will give the series of teachings and fundamentals in meditation at the University of Luxembourg. This event is organised by Espace Culture that seeks to add a cultural dimension to the main tasks of the University of Luxembourg, namely learning and research.

When: 6/2, 20/2, 6/3, 13/3, 20/3 and 27/3 2018 | 12:15-1:45pm
Where: Campus Belval | MSA – Administration building | 7th floor 7.129

This course is open to all. Beginners and advanced participants are equally welcome.

You can find more details about this event here: https://wwwen.uni.lu/students/culture_sports/espace_cultures2/tibetan_meditation_discovering_inner_peace

Spring Meditation Retreat in Netherlands: Shamatha & Development meditation – 23 February to 2 March 2018

Phuntsok Chö Ling, Tibetan Buddhist Centre in the Netherlands, organises its yearly spring retreat. During this retreat the participants will take a closer look at Shamathā and Kyerim meditation. Lama Jigmé Namgyal will give information about the meaning and background of these meditation techniques and he will guide us in its practice.

Shamatha, which means ‘calm abiding’ is a form of meditation that teaches you to focus your attention on one object, for example, breathing. You bring your body and mind to rest in the present moment. This technique gives you more control over emotions and thoughts and allows you to remain calm in any situation.

Shamatha also is the foundation for ‘Kyerim’ or ‘Generation Meditation’. With this technique, we wash ourselves free from mistaken attitudes and concepts, developed because of our fixation on a personal self. By this externalized and separated self of phenomena or things we suffer. The only way to purify this long standing habit of these wrong projections is by gradually replacing it with an opposing habit. So what we are doing in generation practice is cultivating, reinforcing and gradually strengthening the habit of seeing ourselves and our world as pure and more positive.

Lama Jigmé Namgyal will teach in English and/or Tibetan. Translation will be provided for both Dutch and English speakers.

The retreat will take place from Friday 23 February to Friday 2 March 2018 at the following address: Broedershoek, Koksweg 1, 4371 RC Koudekerke.

For more details about the retreat and the registration procedure please visit the event page on Phuntsok Chö Ling’s website or contact Phuntsok Chö Ling directly by sending an email to events@phuntsokcholing.org

Registration before Friday 9 February 2018.

Lectures by Buddhist nuns Ani Yuang Xun and Ani Yuang Wang – 8 and 9 January 2018

Dear friends of the Centre Culturel Tibétain,

We are happy to announce that once again, Ani Yuan Xun and Ani Yuan Wang, two Buddhist nuns from Larung Five Sciences Buddhist Academy, one of the most influential institute for Buddhist studies in the world, will travel to Luxembourg during their European tour and will grant a visit to our Centre on 8 and 9 January.

We invite you to attend the two teachings in which you will have the special occasion to listen two female teachers of Tibetan Buddhism on the following subjects:

1. Monday, 8 January, 20:00 – 22:00 – How to Purify Your Negativities: The Practice of Vajrasattva

2. Tuesday, 9 January, 20:00 – 22:00 – A Brief Introduction on Powerful Blessing from Padmasambhava

We look forward to welcoming you at these teachings.