This is a repeating eventaugust 16, 2019 7:00 pm
Vipassana is a meditation form that was practiced by Buddha Gautama 500 B.C. and it means "to see things as they really are". It's purpose is to teach people to
Vipassana is a meditation form that was practiced by Buddha Gautama 500 B.C. and it means “to see things as they really are”. It’s purpose is to teach people to grow out of suffering by experiencing the through meaning of equanimity – a quality that is born from unconditional love.
Anyone who have completed at least one 10-day course from www.dhamma.org/ can join us for practice of the technique at TAMARO Zen every Friday from 19:00 to 20:00. Please always arrive 10 minutes earlier. Ring the bell for the studio, walk to the 1st. “Hinterhof”, outside enter through the green door on your left and you will find the entrance of the studio on the right side.
Price: DONATION based in order to keep the space for students to always practice
This course is NOT eligible for check-in with “Urban Sports Club”.
ATTENTION: the five precepts of wholesome conduct are to be observed before, during and after meditation. These precepts include abstaining from: killing, stealing, wrong speech, sexual misconduct and the use of intoxicating drugs including alcohol. The observation of wholesome conduct is a necessary foundation for the practice of Vipassana as learned in the 10-day course.
Carolina Fernandes TRANSPERSONAL COACH