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Teachings and Retreats in Germany
May 13, 2011 @ 8:00 am – May 26, 2011 @ 5:00 pm UTC-8
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Click to download the English language posterPublic Talk in Salon Stephan Lipphaus Naturfriseur, Karlstraße 50, 42105 Wuppertal; 5 € plus Dana * – Meditation and the Path of Liberation – May 13th (7:30pm)Weekend Workshop at WPZ (Waldpädagogisches Zentrum Burgholz, Friedensstraße 69, 42349 Wuppertal; 40 € plus Dana*, without meals) – Mindfulness, Breath and Vipassana – May 14-15th: (10am-6pm, 10am-4pm)
Retreat in the Oberbergisches Land from 18th to 26th of May 2011at Seminarhaus Ingrid Hufen, Auf dem Kuppen 8, 51570 Windeck–Halscheid, 65,-to 80,- € per day (depending on room) for room, meals and dharma courses, plus Dana*; ask for seperate days to book. – The Namgyal Yoga and Teachings – May 18-26th.
Lama Mark Webber’s (Lama Yongdu’a) style of teaching is non-sectarian and universalist in nature, displaying for beings the wondrous unity, uniqueness and intrinsic freedom of all life. His teaching is classically founded, but well integrated with science, art and nature. His work with people demonstrates a profound commitment to freeing beings ￼from innumerable suffering states, whether through meditation, study, art, travel or science. He has been studying and teaching Buddha Dharma (the Teachings of Liberation) and meditation for thirty-five years. His root Lama was the Ven. Namgyal Rinpoche. He is a Visiting and Resident Teacher for a number of retreat and Dharma Centres worldwide and is the author of a number of books and publications, including,”Why Meditate? A Heart Song of Vast Release”, “Union of Loving-kindness and Emptiness”, “All Life Breathing (CD set)” and editor and author of the booklet, “A Basket of Gems.”
For further information please see: www.namgyal-rinpoche-gruppe-deutschland.de/
or contact Karin Ricono firstname.lastname@example.org or 0202/305930 or 0049/17652579518
*Dānā – Lama Mark does not want money to be a barrier to receiving teachings so there is no set fee. To support him be as generous as you can.