2,500 years ago, Prince Siddhartha Gautama, after attaining Buddhahood, the state of awakening, summarised his entire teachings in on sentence: “I teach about suffering and the way to end it.”
Nowadays, we travel in airplanes, networks connect us and we are surrounded by all forms of impressive technology. However, problematic emotions still haunt us, fiercer than ever.
Buddha taught 84.000 methods as the antidote to suffering, but we don’t know how to apply these wonderful techniques. So it is important to know how to practice Buddhism effectively in daily life and learn to establish a personal practicing schedule, from morning to bedtime. These precious teachings were given by great Tibetan Masters who followed these instructions themselves and transmitted them to us with great compassion.
Special guest speaker:
Ani Yuan Xun is fully ordained nun at one of the most established and influential Tibetan Buddhist Academies in the world. Since her ordination, she has been relying on several great masters to learn different kinds of sutras, shastras and tantras. She has extensively studied various Buddhist texts, including the Five Great Treatises. She is team member of the translation group at her Academy. Now she comes to Europe with a wish to share Buddhist Wisdom with everyone and bring more peace into the world.