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COURSE
8 WORDLY DHARMAS (IN SPANISH)
From 16/11/2018 to 18/11/2018
THIS COURSE IS ONLY TAUGHT IN SPANISH.



Directed by Ven.Jesus Revert (Champa Shenpen)


Más información y reservas
Teléfonos: (34) 958 34 31 34 - (34) 669 863 676.
Horario de atención al público de 9:00 a 14:30 y de 17:00 a 18:00 horas.
Email oficina@oseling.com



COURSE
JUDGEMENT (DON'T JUDGE, OBSERVE)
Day 25/11/2018
Sunday, 25/11 at 12pm.

Only this weekend we will offer the option to stay in Oseling from Saturday (arrivals between 17h and 19h) until Sunday after the teachings (includes lunch). If you would like more information, please send an email to oficina@oseling.com.


Gomo Tulku will challenge our everyday thought-processes that negatively impact us and those around us through subtle yet consistent, destructive habits. Particularly, he will cover, for this year, the topic of Judgement.


Gomo Tulkuís philosophy towards living, learning and teaching Buddhism is one with a strong emphasis on authenticity, relevance and pragmatism Ė an approach that is evident in the young Rinpocheís life and career choices so far as he traverses the universes of North America, Europe and Asia.

Gomo Tulkuís life in his 23rd incarnation began in Montreal, Canada, on August 8th, 1988. He was recognised at the age of three by His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama, as the reincarnation of his maternal grandfather, the 22nd Gomo Tulku.
Ordained as a monk by the Dalai Lama in 1995 at the Lama Tzong Khapa Institute, in Pomaia, Italy, Gomo Tulku spent his following 12 years in traditional monastic education at Sera Jey Monastic University, India, where he studied buddhist philosophy and buddhist psychology. In August 2008, he graduated with honours following a ceremony called Rig-Chung, which involved a rigorous scholastic debate in front of thousands of monks.

Like the previous Gomo Tulku, who had the full Geluk lineage, and who was renowned for his expertise in Buddhist philosophy and tantra practice as well as traditional chants and ritual dance, Gomo Tulku discovered his parallel passion in music and dance at a young age. After completing his foundational education in Buddhism, Gomo Tulku left formal monastic life to pursue his musical career in Europe. His debut album was produced in collaboration with internationally reputed producers and musicians, including Deleterio and Jidenna, a compilation of original musical reflections on life and love as a young Tibetan. Highlights in his musical career include coverage by Time magazine, GQ Italia and Details magazine as well as appearances on US National Public Radio (NPR) and Italian television. His single, Photograph, won him recognition as Best Male Artist at the Tibetan Music Awards in 2011.

Gomo Tulkuís conviction about the future of Buddhism is that it must marry traditional teachings with contemporary existence. Today, Gomo Tulku continues to build on enriching his knowledge of being a traditional lama with the experience of living as a contemporary being in modern society. In recent years, Gomo Tulku has been involved in a number of business ventures across a diverse range of industries. Currently residing in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, he maintains his close connection to his Buddhist heritage through frequent visits to his monastery in India. Gomo Tulkuís future projects include promoting Buddhism through interactive media, environmental preservation in Tibet and music.


Directed by Gomo Tulku


Más información y reservas
Teléfonos: (34) 958 34 31 34 - (34) 669 863 676.
Horario de atención al público de 9:00 a 14:30 y de 17:00 a 18:00 horas.
Email oficina@oseling.com



COURSE
INTRODUCTION TO MEDITATION (COURSE IN SPANISH)
From 14/12/2018 to 16/12/2018
THIS COURSE IS ONLY TAUGHT IN SPANISH.


Directed by Marina Brucet


Más información y reservas
Teléfonos: (34) 958 34 31 34 - (34) 669 863 676.
Horario de atención al público de 9:00 a 14:30 y de 17:00 a 18:00 horas.
Email oficina@oseling.com



RETREAT GROUP
BUDDHA NATURE AND MAHAMUDRA
From 28/12/2018 to 5/01/2019
BUDDHA NATURE AND MAHAMUDRA


The nature of the mind is pure. The mind is our awareness. It is functioning all the time, every second.


Right now you are using your mind to understand these words. Like a mirror. the mind reflects what is in front of it. Mirror and reflection are interdependent. Similarly, neither the words nor your awareness of them exists independently of the other, so the mind and what it experiences are interdependent.


What does it mean that the mind is pure? Interdependency means that the mind doesn't have a separate independent nature; it is empty of independent existence. This emptiness is its purity. Even when we are disturbed, stressed or feeling negative the mind is pure.


This retreat will lead us to experience this fundamental nature of the mind, its empty nature, also called Buddha nature. The path of practice to bring this experience to perfection is called Mahamudra (the Great Seal). Mahamudra is equally the purity of the mind that is functioning right now, and also the fully perfected mind of enlightenment. During this retreat we will learn about and meditate on Mahamudra.


Each evening we will practise Medicine Buddha, to help us remove obstacles to our practice, and benefit the world. This practice will help us develop devotion to the practice of Buddhadharma and the Guru, and discover how this enables us to purify and ripen our Buddha nature.


Andy and Shan
Andy and Shan have been practising and offering service in FPMT together for almost forty years. They established Saraswati Buddhist Group, an FPMT study group in southwest England in 1992, and are currently leading the FPMT Basic Programme there together. They have led courses and retreats together in FPMT centres and groups in various parts of the world. They are very happy to be returning to Spain this time.


Directed by Andy Wistreich y Shan Tate


Más información y reservas
Teléfonos: (34) 958 34 31 34 - (34) 669 863 676.
Horario de atención al público de 9:00 a 14:30 y de 17:00 a 18:00 horas.
Email oficina@oseling.com







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