reading group:
"not to be happy" by dzongsar khyentse rinpoche

29 October - 1 de November

Abandonar la vida en la ciudad, su trajín y rapidez, para retirarse al campo y cultivar una huerta y un jardín. Trabajar la tierra con tus propias manos, acompañar el proceso de crecimiento de tus hortalizas para acabar saboreándolas: vivir sosegada y naturalmente. ¿Quién no lo ha pensado alguna vez? Pero, de verdad: ¿quién podría y querría hacerlo? Y quién, de verdad, ¿cree que cuidar un huerto no supone trabajo y paciencia?

 

Sin que tengas que abandonarlo todo, en este taller de un día te daremos las claves para aprender conocimientos básicos sobre huerta, aplicables allí donde estés, y que puedas relacionar esta actividad con una actividad meditativa. Queremos proporcionar la información y recursos al inicio de un proyecto de huerta de autoconsumo, ya sea por parcelas pequeñas, jardines, balcones o terrazas. 

Objetivos

Arne Schelling, instructor of meditation and Buddhist philosophy in Europe appointed by Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche, will give a monograph on the Madhyamaka, the middle way, inaugurated by the Buddhist teacher Nagarjuna.

 

These are perfect teachings for those who are interested in delving into Buddhist philosophy, entering the Madhyamaka, one of the most exciting and enriching philosophical theories that exist, as it deals with the empty nature of phenomena.

Format

The activity can be followed in person (limited places) and live online, with access to the recording for 1 month after the teachings.

In the face-to-face format, participants can spend the night at home or in town, in a hotel or hostel. If they stay outside, they can have lunch and dinner in Casa Virupa, but breakfast is outside the center.

Quién imparte

Arne Schelling was born in Germany, where he practices western and Chinese medicine. In 1989 he began to study and practice intensively under the guidance of various Buddhist masters of all Tibetan traditions, especially guided by Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche, Dzongsar Khyntse Rinpoche and Jigme Khyentse Rinpoche. Arne began to translate for Buddhist teachers from Tibetan and Zen tradicions in 1999. He also worked as a translator and editor for many books, including "Whats Makes You (Not) a Buddhist), "Not for Happiness", "Madhyamakavatara Commentary", etc. He has been translating sutras for the 84.000 project since 2011. In 20008, Dzonsar Khyentse Rinpoche appointed him as an instructor.

eli de virupa

Información logística

For participation in person with overnight in Casa Virupa (FULL PACK):

Regular contribution € 240; CV member contribution € 180; solidary contribution € 300.

For participation in-person without overnight in the main house (lunch and dinner are included, not breakfasts):

Regular contribution € 216; CV member contribution € 162.

For participation on-line:

Regular contribution € 120; Casa Virupa member contribution € 96.