Πέμπτη, 27 Ιουνίου 2019 στις 7 μ.μ.
Ο Λάμα Tilmann Lhundrup έρχεται στο κέντρο μας για μια μοναδική διδασκαλία πάνω στο Λοτζόνγκ (Εξάσκηση του Νου) την περίφημη μετάδοση του Μεγάλου Ινδού Δασκάλου Ατίσα (10 αι.)
Θα έχουμε έτσι την ευκαιρία να τον ξαναδούμε πριν την ολοκλήρωση της μετάδοσης της Mahamudra στο ετήσιο Retreat που καθοδηγεί στο Πήλιο!
ΒΙΟΓΡΑΦΙΚΟ ΤΟΥ ΔΑΣΚΑΛΟΥ ΜΕ ΔΙΚΑ ΤΟΥ ΛΟΓΙΑ:
"I started practicing Buddhism in 1978 with silent sitting meditation in the style of Zen. In 1981, I met the Tibetan teacher Gendün Rinpoche and shortly after took refuge followed by three years of daily meditation practice in the Burmese Vipassana tradition. From 1984 onwards I took up practice in the Tibetan Kagyu tradition and after finishing my studies of medicine and homeopathy in 1986 I spent 3 1/2 years with my wife Irene in a forest meditation retreat under the guidance of Gendun Rinpoche. In 1990 he bestowed on both of us the monastic ordination, followed by a group meditation retreat until 1994. After that until the end of 2011, I practiced and taught in the Karma Kagyu monastery Dhagpo Kündröl Ling in France. The late Gendün Rinpoche asked me to be one of the teachers responsible for the two cycles of three year retreats.I teach meditation courses in different countries, lead individual and group retreats, train dharma teachers, translate texts from the Tibetan and have started to write in the "Blue Book" on a contemporary Buddhist approach closer to our culture. I continue to guide practitoners in long retreats, but in less formal settings.
From 1997 to 2012 I was intensely involved in the Dharma house Croizet (Guépel Ling) in France which serves as a meeting place for people interested in the dharma. Leading seminars on “Dharma and Psychotherapy” for several years has led in 2009 to the founding of the “Institut für Essentielle Psychotherapie” in Germany where I am one of the teachers of a three years curriculum. And, recently together with a group of friend we bought a former hotel, the "Grüner Baum" in the black forest, in Southern Germany. As the Ekayana Institute for contemporay Buddhism it serves as a retreat centre for people wishing to do retreat coming from all traditions.Retreats are possible from one week to several years, with continued guidance."