may, 2021

02may10 h 00 min11 h 30 minA path towards inner freedom, with Matthieu RicardInsights on meditation and compassion while on the Buddhist path10 h 00 min - 11 h 30 min(GMT+2:00) View in my timeEvent Type :Guests,Landguet Ried

Event Details


In this online talk, Matthieu will give a unique testimony on the human mind’s quest for its profound and universal nature on the Buddhist path. He will share with us the inspirations that have shaped his journey, including important insights and practical advice on the practice of meditation and the cultivation of compassion – of special relevance in a world in turmoil.

With his usual wit and warmth, Matthieu will talk about his personal experiences and will lead periods of meditation and discussion. Matthieu is rarely giving talks these days, therefore this will be a rare and precious opportunity to listen to one of the finest and most compassionate minds of our times.

Talk will be in French with translation into German, English and Spanish.

members and non-members who can afford to pay a bit more, help the center and compensate for those in financial difficulties

NORMAL rate CHF 60.–
members and non-members

REDUCED rate CHF 40.–
members and non-members in financial difficulties from countries with a lower cost of living.

The benefits of this conference will be shared between Matthieu Ricard’s humanitarian organisation – Karuna – and the activities of Centre Ripa International / Landguet Ried, centre for mindful living.


(Sunday) 10 h 00 min - 11 h 30 min(GMT+2:00) View in my time

Speakers for this event

  • Matthieu Ricard

    Matthieu Ricard

    Buddhist Monk, Translator, Author, and Photographer

    Born in France in 1946 as the son of French philosopher Jean-François Revel and artist Yahne Le Toumelin, Matthieu Ricard is a Buddhist monk, author, translator, and photographer. He first visited India in 1967 where he met great spiritual masters from Tibet. After completing his Ph.D. degree in cell genetics in 1972, he moved to the Himalayan region where he has been living for the past 45 years. He is an international best-selling author and a prominent speaker on the world stage, celebrated at the World Economic Forum at Davos, forums at the United Nations, and ad TED where his talks on happiness and altruism have been viewed by over seven million people. He is a charismatic figure who has captured the minds and hearts of people all over the world.

    Buddhist Monk, Translator, Author, and Photographer