k2024-1 : TIME FOR ME – take a break, contemplate develop self-care10.06.2020 - 14.06.2020
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Course mit Thay Phap An und Sr. Song Nghiem
We all dream of living a happy life, but we frequently feel overwhelmed by the many activities and responsibilities of our lives. Over and again we find ourselves confronted with stress, problems and obstacles, which lead to blockages in body and mind. In this course we will take time for us, to return to ourselves and embrace ourselves with love and understanding. We will learn to slow down and cultivate the energy of mindfulness, and find joy in the practice of deep relaxation and other forms of meditation. We will learn to release the blockages within, to heal ourselves and to begin anew with our life by integrating mindful meditation into our everyday lives.
The teachings of Buddhist psychology will help us to look deeply into our thought patterns, to cultivate the energy of love and to open our hearts to the joy of being together. Still and dynamic meditations will be offered as tools for integral transformation and renewal.
We will find release from physical pains and blockages and experience our lives as happy and joyful.
With the energy of renewal within us we will also learn ways to heal our relationships with others and to find a balanced and peaceful life.
Sister Song Nghiem
Sister Song Nghiem, Adorment with Parallel, was born in Vietnam. She received her PHD in chemistry from Darmstadt Technical University. She subsequently worked as a chemist in research and in industry. In 2003 Thay appointed her as a lay Dharma Teacher and a year later she was ordained as a nun by Thay. In 2012 she once again received the Dharma teacher lamp, this time as a nun. Her special inter...
Thay Phap An
Bhikshu Thích Chân Pháp Ấn is one of the elder disciples of Zen Master Thích Nhất Hạnh.
He received a Bachelor of Science (BS) in Chemical Engineering from the University of Texas in Austin in 1985. At the California Institute of Technology (Caltech), he received a Master of Science (MS) in Chemical Engineering in 1988 and a Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics in 1990. He was a Re...