New perspective

How looking inwards changes the world

Normally we judge the world and the people who surround us by starting from our own desires and sensitivities. But this often leaves us at a standstill.

To make our experiences more joyful and meaningful, Buddha recommends a change of perspective:

how to judge our own states of mind from the point of view of the tasks and demands that the world places on us.

To this end, Buddha teaches meditation on the nature of our mind.

This skilful practice helps you to look inwards. In this way you find access to new strength and hope and change your experience of the world for the better.

practical meditation course with buddhist monk Kelsang Gyudzhin, guest teacher from Kadampa Meditation Centre Frankfurt. 
Course in German with simultaneous translation into English.  
Booking for the english translation closes on Thursday 19th Mai!

The course is open to everyone, no previous experience is necessary.

Note on translation:
 
This course is bilingual and is originally taught in German and simultaneously translated into English via headphones. If you are attending online, you can choose to listen to the German or English audio channel.
 
If you wish to come to our meditation centre in person for this course, you will need to bring your smartphone with Zoom app and headphones to listen to the English audio channel. WiFi access will be provided for this course. Please come 15-30 minutes in advance to prepare for this.

Teacher

Gyudzhin

Kelsang Gyudzhin – a German Buddhist monk, has been studying and practising Buddha’s teachings within the Kadampa Tradition for twenty years and is a Resident Teacher at the Kadampa Meditation Centre Frankfurt. He participates in the FTTP, a Germany-wide teacher training programme of the New Kadampa Tradition. Gyudzhin is widely respected for his good heart and calm nature.

  • Date

    Saturday Mai 21st
    14 – 18:00

  • How to join

    • online live stream or delayed as a recording (for 24 hours)
    • in person (smartphone with zoom and headphone needed)
  • Fee

    28€

  • ADDRESS / PUBLIC TRANSPORT

    Kadampa Meditationszentrum Dresden, Hoyerswerdaer Straße 23, 01099 Dresden
    – Tram 6,11,13 until Bautzner Str./Rothenburger Str.
    – Parking available

  • Booking

    Booking is open until Thursday Mai 19th – later booking on request only!

    We kindly ask you to book and pay in advance.

Mit obiger Schaltfläche können Sie sich für die Teilnahme im Kadampa Meditationszentrum anmelden - was wir aufgrund des größeren Nutzens für die Kursteilnehmer auch unbedingt empfehlen möchten. Wer nicht vor Ort teilnahmen kann, hat die Möglichkeit zur Online-Teilnahme (mehr Informationen).

Für die Online-Teilnahme ist die Anmeldung hier möglich (live und 24h zeitversetzt).