Oct
10
Mon
2022
Mental Health Week – Mental peace in challenging times – meditation instructions and discussion @ Centre Culturel Tibétain
Oct 10 @ 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Mental Health Week - Mental peace in challenging times – meditation instructions and discussion @ Centre Culturel Tibétain

To mark the Mental Health Week of the WHO, Lama Jigmé will hold a special meditation session at the Centre Culturel Tibétain.

Mental peace in challenging times – meditation instructions and discussion

Place:
Centre Culturel Tibétain
1, rue Charlotte Engels
Luxembourg, L-1482

Date and Time:
Monday, 10 October 2022 –  17:00 – 18:00

Language:
English

Free event. No registration required. Donation is welcome

Dec
3
Sat
2022
The Moment of Death: Cause of Fear or Opportunity? @ Centre Jean XXIII
Dec 3 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm
The Moment of Death: Cause of Fear or Opportunity? @ Centre Jean XXIII

The Centre Culturel Tibétain is happy to announce that Lama Jigme Namgyal will give a public lecture on the subject “The Moment of Death: Cause of Fear or Opportunity?”. The lecture will be translated into English by Dr. Dylan Esler. It is possible to follow the lecture online if you cannot be present at the venue.

The Moment of Death: Cause of Fear or Opportunity?

Whether we like it or not, death concerns each and everyone of us. It is not an if but rather a when and a how. According to the Buddha’s teachings, when we die our body returns to dust, yet our consciousness continues. Consciousness is the basic sense of being ‘me’, which in Buddhism is understood as a continuous process of self-grasping. It is this sense of self that is the cause of experiencing both happiness and suffering – in this life, at death, and afterwards. The implication is that, unlike what is taught in other religions, our fate at death is not dependent on divine intervention, but is rather the result of the actions and thoughts that constitute the habits of our consciousness. 

As human beings, we have a unique opportunity to prepare for the moment of death. It is like entering a battlefield or other challenging situation: if we are well prepared, there is less cause for concern. Preparing for death means understanding the ways our minds are conditioned by habit. It also means that we can learn to change our habits and to decondition our mind. Through the practice of meditation, we can discover the lasting freedom of inner peace. Far from being a cause of fear, death becomes an opportunity, then, to uncover the true nature of mind, which is beyond habitual conditioning.

 

Language: Tibetan and English (Lama Jigme will be teaching in his mother language Tibetan, with translation into English by Dr. Dylan Esler).

Where:  Centre Jean XXIII
              52 rue Jules Wilhelm
              L-2728 Luxembourg
(if you want to follow online, we will send you a zoom link).

When:
Saturday, 3 December: 15:00-17:00
Doors open at 14.30.

Price:
Non-members: 24 €
Sustaining members of CCT: 21 €
Donating members of CCT and PCL:  18 €
Students, unemployed, retired: 12 €
Webinar non-members: 18 €
Webinar members: 12 €

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

IBAN: LU79 1111 2413 8246 0000 / BIC: CCPLLULL,
Centre Culturel Tibétain, Asbl
Reference: Public lecture (and your name)

Please register: https://www.tibetculture.lu/v2/2022-dec-public-lecture-the-moment-of-death-cause-of-fear-or-opportunity/

If you have any questions please write to info@tibetculture.lu

Apr
22
Sat
2023
Tibetan dance classes @ Centre Culturel Tibétain
Apr 22 @ 4:30 pm – 6:30 pm
Tibetan dance classes @ Centre Culturel Tibétain

We are pleased to announce that the Tibetan Cultural Centre will be organizing a Tibetan dance class. Tibetan dance is an integral part of the richness of Tibetan culture and represents a joyful way to connect with the vibrant heritage of the Tibetan people. Traditionally, such dances are performed on different occasions and celebrations throughout the year, and these dances have also succeeded in adapting to new styles while preserving their distinct character. The class is open to everyone, regardless of background, age or experience. Beginners welcome! All you need is an interest to learn and experience this unique aspect of Tibetan life.

The teacher

Passang Dolma is a native Tibetan, born and brought up in India. She completed her education at the C.S.T. Darjeeling, and before moving to Europe she worked for several years as a computer graphic trainer in Bangalore. She has also worked as assistant on various Tibetological projects.

Date:         Saturday, 24 June, 2023 (more classes will follow from September onwards).
Time:        16:30 – 18:30
Place:       Centre Culturel Tibétain
Address:  1, rue Charlotte Engels, L-1482 
                  Luxembourg  (entry at the back of the building, through the common garden)
Price:        €15

Please register through the following link: https://www.tibetculture.lu/v2/2023-tibetan-dance-class-1-july
Feel free to reach out if you have any questions through the following email: info@tibetculture.lu

 

May
6
Sat
2023
Tibetan dance classes @ Centre Culturel Tibétain
May 6 @ 4:30 pm – 6:30 pm
Tibetan dance classes @ Centre Culturel Tibétain

We are pleased to announce that the Tibetan Cultural Centre will be organizing a Tibetan dance class. Tibetan dance is an integral part of the richness of Tibetan culture and represents a joyful way to connect with the vibrant heritage of the Tibetan people. Traditionally, such dances are performed on different occasions and celebrations throughout the year, and these dances have also succeeded in adapting to new styles while preserving their distinct character. The class is open to everyone, regardless of background, age or experience. Beginners welcome! All you need is an interest to learn and experience this unique aspect of Tibetan life.

The teacher

Passang Dolma is a native Tibetan, born and brought up in India. She completed her education at the C.S.T. Darjeeling, and before moving to Europe she worked for several years as a computer graphic trainer in Bangalore. She has also worked as assistant on various Tibetological projects.

Date:         Saturday, 24 June, 2023 (more classes will follow from September onwards).
Time:        16:30 – 18:30
Place:       Centre Culturel Tibétain
Address:  1, rue Charlotte Engels, L-1482 
                  Luxembourg  (entry at the back of the building, through the common garden)
Price:        €15

Please register through the following link: https://www.tibetculture.lu/v2/2023-tibetan-dance-class-1-july
Feel free to reach out if you have any questions through the following email: info@tibetculture.lu

 

May
27
Sat
2023
Tibetan dance classes @ Centre Culturel Tibétain
May 27 @ 4:30 pm – 6:30 pm
Tibetan dance classes @ Centre Culturel Tibétain

We are pleased to announce that the Tibetan Cultural Centre will be organizing a Tibetan dance class. Tibetan dance is an integral part of the richness of Tibetan culture and represents a joyful way to connect with the vibrant heritage of the Tibetan people. Traditionally, such dances are performed on different occasions and celebrations throughout the year, and these dances have also succeeded in adapting to new styles while preserving their distinct character. The class is open to everyone, regardless of background, age or experience. Beginners welcome! All you need is an interest to learn and experience this unique aspect of Tibetan life.

The teacher

Passang Dolma is a native Tibetan, born and brought up in India. She completed her education at the C.S.T. Darjeeling, and before moving to Europe she worked for several years as a computer graphic trainer in Bangalore. She has also worked as assistant on various Tibetological projects.

Date:         Saturday, 24 June, 2023 (more classes will follow from September onwards).
Time:        16:30 – 18:30
Place:       Centre Culturel Tibétain
Address:  1, rue Charlotte Engels, L-1482 
                  Luxembourg  (entry at the back of the building, through the common garden)
Price:        €15

Please register through the following link: https://www.tibetculture.lu/v2/2023-tibetan-dance-class-1-july
Feel free to reach out if you have any questions through the following email: info@tibetculture.lu