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A Mantra Wheel for the EC

Sherab Gyaltsen Rinpoche inspected the Europe Center’s “Porter’s Lodge” this morning. The little house next to the old entrance gate is to become the home of a big prayer wheel.

Summer Course 2017: Day 5

It would be wonderful to be able to share all the precious teachings we are getting every single day at the moment from Sherab Gyaltsen Rinpoche and Lama Ole Nydahl…

Summer Course 2017: Day 4

Besides the precious teachings we are getting from the lamas, there is of course even so much more to the Summer Course than that. For example, Sherab Gyaltsen Rinpoche goes for a walk almost every day

Summer Course 2017: Day 3

Sherab Gyaltsen Rinpoche gave his first in a series of lectures this morning. Rinpoche taught about Shine (Skt. Shamatha) meditation and emphasized on the 5 major points for proper body position.

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Summer Course 2017: Day 2

Lectures, lectures, lectures… and quite a storm! Lama Ole answered boxes of questions in the afternoon while everybody tried to find their own way of dealing with 40+ degrees in the gompa tent.

Summer Course 2017: Day 1

10th International Summer Course at the Europe Center – here we go! Lama Ole Nydahl opened this year’s course with a public lecture in German language on Monday night.

Building up the Summer Course

We will let the pictures do the talking about how much fun it was and would like to thank all helpers involved!

Stupa birthday

When he inaugurated the 7 Swiss Stupas in 2001, Lopön Tsechu Rinpoche advised that the sangha should come together every year to celebrate the stupas’ “birthdays” together.

Events

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Weekend course with Detlev Göbel (Germany)

“Transmission in the Karma Kagyu Lineage”

Detlev was born in Germany in 1960. He works at the BMW development department since 1983. Detlev took Buddhist refuge with Lama Ole Nydahl in 1984. Since 1990 he has been an editor of Kagyu Life Magazine, and teaches Dharma at Lama Ole’s request since 1992. In the last 30 years Detlev has made many pilgrimages in Nepal, India, Tibet and especially Bhutan, and in the recent years has guided annual tours of the Buddhist power places of Bhutan. He and his wife Claudia currently live in Munich and volunteer their time as editors of Buddhismus Heute Magazine.

Detailed program to follow soon


6€ per lecture, breakfast: 2€, lunch: 4€, dinner: 4€

For accomodation costs, please check
http://europe-center.org/accomodation/