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REGISTER HERE:
  Illness, which is an integral part of our lives, is caused by an imbalance of our vital energies and the best remedy lies within ourselves: help re-establish harmony within those energies through meditating techniques that evoke our own healing resources. We connect with nature through the five basic elements present in the universe and in ourselves. As long as balance is maintained within these elements, we remain healthy, while the abusive use of one element destroys the harmony necessary to our physical and mental constitution, which is at the root of the problems that poison our life. The practice of healing according to the Buddha of Medicine inspires us to work not only on an outer level, but deep within ourselves, thus balancing vital forces to bring inner harmony and outer health. Gyetrul Jigme Rinpoche, is a master of Tibetan Buddhism, recognized in both Kagyu and Nyingma schools, he is the spiritual director of the Ripa International Center. He has taught for more than twenty years in Europe in a particularly lively, practical and contemporary way.

Normal Price : CHF 230.– / € 195.– Reduced Price *: CHF 190.– / € 160.– (*students, seniors, unemployed or members of Ripa and Padma Ling)
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An experiential perspective from Early Buddhism Mindfulness is en-vogue. While Mindfulness is being adopted by the modern world, many of the more subtle and critical aspects of the practice are overlooked and being lost. Very few know where Mindfulness comes from, how it was understood in the context of Early Buddhist practice, in which larger context mindfulness was practiced, and to what end.
The Satipatthana Sutra is well known as the main source for Buddhist teachings on mindfulness and its place in the Buddhist path, and is hailed as the direct path to realization. In this short retreat, we will use Bhikkhu Analayo’s translation of the Sutra, in conjunction with his instructions on how to practice, with the aim to explore deeper the original source of Mindfulness and benefit from its power for deep transformation. Diego Hangartner completed his studies in pharmacology at the ETHZurich, specializing in psychopharmacology and addiction. He lived for 11 years in Dharamsala, India, learned Tibetan, and studied for 7 years at the Institute of Buddhist Dialectics in the Tibetan language. He has completed multiple meditation retreats of several months, worked as an interpreter, translating Tibetan into many languages, and published several books. On returning to Europe, he taught widely, and organized many large events with His Holiness the Dalai Lama. He participates in research aimed at exploring the benefits of meditation as a long-term practitioner. Diego is associated with and worked for the Mind and Life Institute since the 1990’s: he was Mind and Life’s COO from 2009 – 2012 in the USA, founded Mind and Life Europe in 2008, and was its director until 2015. His teachers include His Holiness the Dalai Lama, Khamtul Rinpoche, Jigme Khyentse Rinpoche, Mingyur Rinpoche and Bhikkhu Analayo – with each spending many years of close study.

Price: CHF 290.–  (excl. accommodation)

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REGISTER HERE:
  Illness, which is an integral part of our lives, is caused by an imbalance of our vital energies and the best remedy lies within ourselves: help re-establish harmony within those energies through meditating techniques that evoke our own healing resources. We connect with nature through the five basic elements present in the universe and in ourselves. As long as balance is maintained within these elements, we remain healthy, while the abusive use of one element destroys the harmony necessary to our physical and mental constitution, which is at the root of the problems that poison our life. The practice of healing according to the Buddha of Medicine inspires us to work not only on an outer level, but deep within ourselves, thus balancing vital forces to bring inner harmony and outer health. Gyetrul Jigme Rinpoche, is a master of Tibetan Buddhism, recognized in both Kagyu and Nyingma schools, he is the spiritual director of the Ripa International Center. He has taught for more than twenty years in Europe in a particularly lively, practical and contemporary way.

Normal Price : CHF 230.– / € 195.– Reduced Price *: CHF 190.– / € 160.– (*students, seniors, unemployed or members of Ripa and Padma Ling)
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