Foundational practices of spiritual transformation (Module A): Turning the Mind towards Meaningfulness – The Four Thoughts

January 17, 2018 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Centre Culturel Tibétain
1 Rue Charlotte Engels
1482 Luxembourg

When we engage in a spiritual discipline such as the Buddhist path, we do so on a long-term basis, because we recognize that these teachings are valuable both for ourselves and others. Reflecting on the four thoughts – the preciousness of our human life, the reality of impermanence, the ineluctable law of cause and effect, and the unsatisfactoriness of going round in circles – helps us to sustain an abiding interest in the teachings, to stay focused and to distinguish what is trivial from what is essential.
This term we will be starting with the topic “cause and effect”.

Book to be used in class:

Patrul Rinpoche, Words of my Perfect Teacher

It would also be interesting to read:

Khandro Rinpoche, This Precious Life: Tibetan Buddhist Teachings on the Path to Enlightenment
Sogyal Rinpoche, The Tibetan Book of Living and Dying

This term we will be starting with the topic “cause and effect”, so new participants are welcome. However the course is intended for those who have already followed the basic meditation course or who have already a grounding in meditation practice.

Teacher: Lama Jigmé Namgyal

Dates: Wednesdays from 7 pm to 9 pm

January: 17, 24, 31
February: 7, 21
March: 7, 14, 21, 28

(Due to the travel agenda of Lama Jigmé changes in dates might occur during the course).

Place: 1, rue Charlotte Engels L-1482 Luxembourg

Language: English

Price: €135 (€121.5 for regular members, €67.5 for students/unemployed/retired, free participation for donating members). The price includes all sessions on the above indicated dates. Fees shouldn’t be an obstacle. Please contact us if there is a problem.

Please pay by bank transfer to the Centre’s account:

IBAN: LU79 1111 2413 8246 0000 / BIC: CCPLLULL,
Centre Culturel Tibétain, Asbl
Reference: Wednesday Course, Winter 2018

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