Consciousness unraveled

Seminar with various speakers

SAT 27 JUN 2015 | 12:00 — 16:00

Is that what we perceive as real truly the reality ? Or is this only our personnal perception of that reality ? Are our opinions and perceptions of events in our environment reliable ? Or does our consciousness play a game with us ? And if it is truly our own consciousness, can’t we then simply stop these games ?

Phuntsok Chö Ling, Tibetan Buddhist Centre in Rotterdam, organises Saturday 27 June 2015 a special seminar with the theme « consciousness unraveled ». During this event, three different speakers will shed a light on the functioning of our consciousness.

Speakers

  • Lama Jigmé Namgyal (Buddhist teacher of Phuntsok Chö Ling)
  • Dr. Linda van der Zwaan (Teacher and education coordinator)
  • Joop Burgerhout (Psychologist and sociologist of religion)
  • Dr. Berthe Jansen (Tibetan-Dutch translator)

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Once more we are happy to announce that Lama Jigmé Namgyal will be giving teachings in Ireland in April.

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ING Solidarity Awards

We are happy to announce that Centre Culturel Tibétain takes part in the 3rd edition of ING Solidarity Awards. It is a competition organized by ING Luxembourg and its aim is to bring support to the local associations.The 40 associations receiving the highest number of votes from internet users between October 22nd 2014 and November 12th 2014 at noon will be rewarded with a cheque of 1000€.

In order to be one of those 40 associations we will need your help and support. Please vote for Centre Culturel Tibétain by visiting the page ING Solidarity Awards. Thank you!