zondag 26 juli 2020 (11:00 -12:30)
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The subject of this talk: “What are the societal implications of the teachings on the emptiness of all phenomena?”
The practical teachings on the seven points of mind training attributed to the great Indian Buddhist teacher Atisha Dipankara Shrijnana, born of royal heritage in Bengal in 982 c.e. and the recent sadhana of Kindness of Sakyong Mipham rinpoche, can be of great help in the actual societal dilemma’s we are facing.
About Marianne Bots
Marianne Bots resides in the Netherlands where she joined the Shambhala community in 1977. She is a psychologist and psychotherapist who has worked for more than 30 years in a clinic for young adolescents as a therapist and Head of Treatment. Recently she and her partner and colleague Lisette van Ardenne have begun offering Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy, Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction, Focusing, and Coaching-Therapy within the context of a culture of Basic Goodness at a private institute for “Fundamental Health”.
She attended Vajrayana Seminary in 1982 and served as a Dorje Kasung for twelve years. She has been active in the leadership of the Arnhem Shambhala Centre and the European Council. She teaches throughout Europe and was in 2010 appointed as a Shastri and in 2012 as an Acharya.
A summer with online talks
This talk is part of a series that takes place during the summer:
- 14 June Acharya Han de Wit
- 28 June David Hope
- 12 July Peter Conradi
- 26 July Acharya Marianne Bots
- 9 August Sabine Rolf
- 23 August Barbara Märtens
Time: July 26, 2020, 11:00 AM Amsterdam, Berlin, Rome, Stockholm, Vienna
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