Be radical. Be compassionate - Kadampa Meditation Centre CPH
Workshop
Be radical. Be compassionate
25 Mar kl 10:00 - 13:30

Description of this workshop

How do we change the world?

Where will the energy come from?  Both the external energy to fuel our material needs, but also the internal energy to make the changes happen.

Some say that to change the world you need to get angry.  It’s true that anger has some energy behind it, but if we want to be truly radical, and change what we perceive as the faulty norms of society, then we need to develop a mind of compassion.  The compassion explained by Buddha – compassion for all living beings – is an inexhaustible source of positive energy.

To change the external world in a positive direction, we need to change our internal world by developing universal compassion based on wisdom.   This is how to be truly radical and effective, whatever our field of activity. In this workshop, we will explore how to develop this powerful compassion through teaching, discussion and meditation.

(The topic of this class is related to the Nordic National Festival weekend coming up from March 17-19 in Stockholm “The Buddhist Way of Loving Kindness”)

About this workshop

Everyone is welcome to join our Saturday morning workshops. No previous experience of meditation is needed, nor is any special clothing required. Most people sit on chairs, though meditation cushions are provided for those that wish to use them.

The workshops are presented in easy-to-understand English and are attended by people with a great variety of backgrounds and cultures. As the workshop takes place in a buddhist meditation centre, it will start with a short buddhist prayer.

Each workshop consists of two teaching sessions with meditations, and a light brunch is served between them.

Book your ticket​

25 Mar kl 10:00 – 13:30

Book ticket or “drop-in”?
As we offer a brunch for our Saturday workshops, it would be helpful if you book a ticket in advance. However, it is also possible to just “drop-in” to the workshop. 

Book class, 270 DKK
About the teacher

The Resident Teacher at the Centre is Kadam Tim Larcombe, who studied under the guidance of Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso Rinpoche for nearly 20 years. Kadam Tim continues to study extensively. He has lived with his Danish wife and son in Copenhagen for over 20 years, and earns his living as a strategy consultant.

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We offer a number of different types of classes for all levels of interest. By joining our mailing list, you will get to know in advance what’s coming up during the next month. Its all aimed at helping you develop self insight.

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