Join us onsite in our center and meet Venerable Robina Courtin who will explain the process of death and rebirth and its impact on how we live our lives. Learn to fulfill your purpose in life, resolve conflicts, and develop the skills to help yourself and others at death.
[line] WHEN: Thursday January 27, 6:30 – 9.00 pm (CET – Zurich)
*Onsite attendance is limited to 20 persons. In accordance with current COVID restrictions, the 2G principle is applied (for Geimpfe and Genesene in German, i.e. only allowing people vaccinated or recovered). Masks must be worn at all time. You find our safety concept here. Participants also have the option of joining the teachings via Zoom.[line]
Impermanence, the evident truth that everything is constantly changing, is one of Buddha’s first teachings.We need to become familiar, in particular, with the more radical change – the end of this life and the beginning of another – and ensure that, at the very least, we get another human rebirth after this one in order to continue on our spiritual path.
The process of death is described both from the point of view of the twelve links of dependent arising, laid out in the sutras, and the eight stages described in the Vajrayana.
6:30 pm Meditation by a Lhagsam meditation facilitator
6:50 pm Break
7:00 pm live Teaching by Ven. Robina
8:30 pm Discussions
8.50 pm Conclusion & Dedication
9.00 pm End
Discovering Buddhism is an FPMT study program aimed at giving Buddhist and non-Buddhist students a solid footing in the practice of Mahayana Buddhism. The program is not meant to be an academic study of Buddhism, it is meant to change our daily lives through experiential training in meditation and thought transformation.
Ven. Robina Courtin, Australian-born, has a powerhouse personality and has been a Buddhist nun for nearly 40 years. Well known for her work with people in prisons, Ven. Robina’s life and work is the subject of the award-winning documentary ‘Chasing Buddha‘. She teaches full time around the world at the centers of her teachers’ organization, the Foundation for the Preservation of the Mahayana Tradition (FPMT). Read more[line]
Cost: You would make us very happy by supporting us with a donation. Suggested donation is 0 – 40 CHF. No one will be turned away due to lack of funds. You can donate online (via Paypal, Twint or E-Banking).
Level: Beginner to Advanced.
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