Date

Sat 9 February 2019
10:00am–17:00pm

Language

in English with German translation

Price

CHF 60

Place

Kadampa Meditation Center Switzerland

Introduction to Buddhism

Day Course

Although Buddhism is already around 2500 years old, Buddha’s instructions are timeless and universally applicable – even in our busy modern day life. Buddha taught a practical path of wisdom and compassion that has a liberating effect and brings lasting peace and happiness. In this day course you will learn basic Buddhist thoughts and how they can benefit us in everyday life.

What to expect

Lectures on the subject followed by guided meditations. These teachings will give a practical introduction to Buddhism and its philosophy. The meditations offer the opportunity to deepen the newly gained insights. In preparation for the teachings and meditations short Buddhist prayers are played.

During the breaks, tea, cakes and a vegetarian / vegan meal are offered during the lunch break. In addition, there will be a presentation of the meditation room, where the various Buddha statues and symbolism will be explained.

General Information

Price

CHF 60 whole day
CHF 35 half day

25% discount for AHV/IV and students.
These course costs are included within the FP/TTP plus cards.

Timetable

Saturday 9 February 2019

10:00 – 11:15am | Teaching
11:15 – 11:45am | Break
11:45 – 12:30pm | Meditation
13:00pm | Lunch Break
14:30 – 15:45pm | Teaching
15:45 – 16:15pm | Break
16:15 – 17:00pm | Meditation


Participation

The day course can be visited whole or half day.

Accommodation

Accommodation in a simple dormitory is available for CHF 25 including breakfast per night. 

Meals

A vegetarian and vegan lunch is offered for CHF 15.

The Venue

This day course will be held at Kadampa Meditation Center Switzerland in Zurich Altstetten.

Level

For beginners

Registration

Registration is required

Good to know

Helpful information on how to get there

Any questions?

give us a call on: 044 461 33 88

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