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The Yoga of Non Action
26 September 2018 Go to schedule
The lazy lama is coming to Amsterdam!
Did you stay in at home during summer? And do you feel you need a holiday from your busy life? Come meet Ringu Tulku Rinpoche, one of the most revered Tibetan Buddhist masters, and learn about the Yoga of Non Action.
Meditation is time off. Sometimes you get time off from work, but you don’t get time off from your mind. You don’t get time off from your thoughts and emotions. Meditation is the only time you can get time off from your thoughts and emotions. So it is real time off. Look forward to that time off. It’s not only that you don’t have to work but you don’t have to think also. It’s the greatest pleasure.
We are fortunate to receive the teachings and blessings of Ringu Tulku Rinpoche who calls himself the lazy lama.
Rinpoche is the Official Representative of His Holiness the 17th Karmapa for Europe and the Founder of Karmapa Foundation Europe.
This workshop can be watched on a Facebook livestream through this link.
You can make a donation at the event to help rinpoche spread words of the buddha.
The interest in this workshop was so high that we had close registrations for this workshop, and also for the waiting list. The chance of getting a spot is almost zero since the waiting list is already very long. We will see if we can invite Ringu Tulku again soon so other students can enjoy his workshop too.
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