Bardo Teaching How to Die Every Day
September 4 - September 6
with Diego Hangartner
The Bardo teachings of Tibetan Buddhism are profound and precious teachings that address both how to approach the transitory, momentary experience of this life and how to use this wisdom to skillfully and intentionally navigate the process of our own dying and rebirth.
In this short introductory course, we will contextualize the teachings on the in-between (Bardo means in-between) in the larger teachings of the nature of mind, use the arts to explore the practices and gain a better understanding of why the Bardo teachings are so precious and profound. We will base the instructions on actual practice.
The course will be appropriate for beginners (we will first contextualize the practice) as well as for advanced practitioners (we will then explore the practice from the perspective of the Nature of Mind – the highest teachings in Tibetan Buddhism). The key to understanding the teachings is to know and practice that “we die every day”.
Prices (excl. accommodation):
Normal price: CHF 320.–
Reduced price*: CHF 290.–
*Students, unemployed, senior and Ripa Sangha members.
The course will be taught in English – the reference material is translated into English. The German translation will be offered upon request, only if a sufficient number of participants need it.
The seminar will be maintained with a minimum of 10 participants.