Mind and its potential: 4 week course

15feb18:0020:00Mind and its potential: 4 week courseUnderstanding the mind is fundamental to all Buddhist practice. By transforming our minds we transform our experience. Science has also shown that by changing our minds we can change our brains. If we understand our mind we can uproot our deepest problems and cultivate our fullest potential. This is module 1 of the Discovering Buddhism study program.

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(Onsdag) 18:00 - 20:00(GMT+01:00)

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I den här första modulen av Discovering Buddhism undersöker vi betydelsen av ”sinnet” enligt buddhismen, dess natur och funktion och hur det avgör vår upplevelse av lycka och lidande. Vi utforskar skillnaden mellan sinnet och hjärnan, hur sinnet skapar våra upplevelser och konsekvenserna av att ha ett sinne som inte har någon början eller slut. Du får lära dig metoder för att omvandla icke-konstruktiva tankar och attityder och utveckla ett mer positivt och lyckligare sinne.

Titta djupt in i ditt eget sinne för att upptäcka dess natur, dess funktioner och dess djupaste potential. Var beredd att undersöka de speciella tankesätt som skapas av din kultur och samhälle, utbildning, religiös bakgrund och miljö och den uppfostran du har haft i din familj.

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Praktisk information och hur du registrerar dig

Kursdatum: 15 feb-8 mars
Veckodag: Onsdag
Tid: 18:00-20:00
Språk: Engelska
Plats: På centret och online. Du kommer att få länken när du registrerar dig. 
Biljettpris: Minsta donation 600 kr
Sista anmälningsdag: 10 feb
Anmälan/köpa biljett: Du registrerar dig på kursen genom att köpa en biljett här på webbsidan, se “Tickets” nedan.

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In this first module of Discovering Buddhism we examine the meaning of “mind” according to Buddhism, its nature and function, and how it determines our experience of happiness and suffering. We explore the differentiation between mind and brain, how mind is the creator of our experiences, and the implications of possessing a mind that has no beginning and no end. You will learn methods to transform destructive thoughts and attitudes and develop a more positive and joyous mind.

Be prepared to look deeply into your own mind to discover its nature, its functions and the profound depth of its potential. Be prepared to look into the particular mind-set generated by your culture and society, education, religious background and environment, and the upbringing you have had within your family

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Practical information and how to register

Course dates: 15 Feb – 8 March
Weekday: Wednesdays
Time: 18:00-20:00
Language: English
Location: At the centre and online. You will receive a Zoom link when you register.
Ticket price: Minimum donation 600 kr
Last day of registration: 10 Feb

Registration/Buy ticket: You register for the course by purchasing a ticket here on the website, see “Tickets” below.

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We offer a 20 percent discount on the “minimum donation” to retired, unemployed, and students. To use this discount, please add the course to the cart, click on Checkout, and in the box “Coupon code” type in “discount20” . When your order is completed, you will receive a confirmation email. Look in the junk mail folder if you purchased a ticket and haven’t received a confirmation email. Consider adding [email protected] to your safe senders’ list to be able to receive tickets and confirmation in your inbox.

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  • Venerable Michael Yeshe

    Venerable Michael Yeshe

    Venerable Michael was born in London in 1966 to a Greek father and a Belgian mother. He was raised in Kopan Monastery in Nepal and has been a monk in the Tibetan Buddhist tradition since the age of 7. At age 13, he entered the Sera Jey Monastic University in South India where he spent the next 18 years studying Buddhist Philosophy. Since 1996, Ven Michael Yeshe has been invited to Buddhist centres in America, Singapore, Malaysia and Holland as a translator and teacher. For 11 years he was residing at the Tara Institute in Melbourne where he served as translator for Venerable Geshe Doga.

    Venerable Michael is a resident teacher at Yeshin Norbu since autumn 2020 and leads our Buddhist courses and retreats.