The Jewel Garland was written down in Tibet by Atisha ((Dipamkara Atisha 982-1054), in response to questions from his student Dromtopa. It is a short and concise poetic text and stands in the tradition of mind training, called Lojong.
The verses carry advice and instructions that can be just as powerful and helpful today in our Western society as they were in Tibet.
Each jewel shines by itself, but strung together into a string it becomes a valuable, complete instruction on how to live life altruistically and compassionately. Behind every sentence of every verse is a wealth of philosophical insights, “Food for thought” for years!
Dates: Monday evenings September 12, September 19, September 26 and October 3
Time: 7.30pm-9.15pm CEST
Cost-effective donation: from 15 euro per evening
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