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Buddhism: One Teacher, Many Traditions
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With Venerable Thubten Chodron

  Ven. Tubten Chodron  
 
Ven. Thubten Chodron
 

Buddhism is practiced by hundreds of millions of people worldwide, from Tibetan caves to Tokyo temples to redwood retreats. All these traditions trace their beginnings to the teachings of one man in India 2,500 years ago. These teachings spread worldwide in all directions and into numerous languages, making Buddhism one of the today’s most influential religions.

In this course, Venerable Thubten Chodron map out the convergence and divergence of the two major Buddhist movements—the Sanskrit traditions of Tibet and East Asia and the Pāli traditions of Sri Lanka and Southeast Asia.

Together we will explore Buddhism’s core practices and tenets, such as the four noble truths, the practice of meditation, the cultivation of love, and the meaning of nirvāṇa, and how the traditions sometimes agree and sometimes differ in their interpretations. Thubten Chodron’s respectful approach illuminates the many ways that all forms of Buddhism, amid their rich diversity, share a common heritage and common goals.

See also Thubten Chodrons book with the same title: Buddhism: One Teacher, Many Traditions.

Thursday April 18th at 20:00 to Sunday April 21st at 17:00
* Donation to offset the costs: € 195

The course includes including accommodation, bed-linen and a towel, coffee, tea and vegetarian meals.
On 18.30 Thursday evening, a simple dinner with soup and bread is served.
Students are requested to do some 'karma yoga', meaning to help with some household work during the course as part of our spiritual practice to help each other, and so we can keep the courses affordable. Recordings of the teachings can be downloaded from this website about a week after the course.

 

 

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