We are happy to announce that the CCT is organizing a Chöd study weekend in Luxembourg from Friday 3 to Sunday 5 February 2023
Deep teachings on Dudjom Lingpa’s Chöd
Lama Jigmé will be teaching on the practice of Chöd. Chöd is a Tibetan word that literally translates into ‘cutting through’. It is practiced as a skillful means to cut through obstacles like our own disruptive emotions, also referred to as inner enemies.
Lama Jigmé teaches from a very short and unbroken, authentic lineage. These teachings encompass the essence of the Mahayana and Sutrayana teachings and can give the practitioner direct insight and experience of the understanding of both the relative and ultimate truth as explained in the Buddha’s Heart Sutra (Prajnaparamita) which states that “Form is emptiness. Emptiness is form. Form is not other than emptiness and emptiness is not other than form”.
The study weekend can be followed by those who have previously received the Chöd teachings from Lama Jigmé. However, if you have already some knowledge of Chöd and would like to follow, please contact us.
Registration is only possible until 15 January! Participants will have to attend in person for the full weekend.
Centre «Les Etangs», 33, rue de Larochette, L- 7661 Medernach (www.doctrine.lu/medernach)
Date: Friday 3 to Sunday 5 February 2023
Time: Friday 3: 6:00 PM to Sunday 5: 1:00 PM
It is not possible to attend online.
The following prices include full board (2 nights, dinner on Friday, breakfast, lunch and dinner on Saturday and breakfast and lunch on Sunday). Meals are either vegetarian or non-vegetarian; there is no vegan option.
Single occupancy: 250 euros per person
Double occupancy: 240 euros per person
Please note that places are limited, so register as soon as possible.
In Tibetan Buddhism it is a tradition that students make an additional donation to their teachers for special teachings. For this Chöd teaching, such donations can be done directly to the
Phuntsok Namgyal Ling Foundation. With this you contribute to Lama Jigmé’s project to buy a piece of land where practitioners can do serious retreats and studies.