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The twelve interdependent links

13okt18:0020:00The twelve interdependent linksHow do we create our own suffering and happiness?

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(Torsdag) 18:00 - 20:00(GMT+02:00)

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Having gained some understanding of Karma and how it works, one will come to understand how we create our own happiness and suffering in life. However, we may still wonder what is the actual process of being reborn into the cyclic existence of pain and pleasure? The Buddha gave a very clear and precise explanation of this process in the teachings of 12 interdependent links. When one learns how to apply the teachings and reverse the order of the 12 links, one is able then to  stop the cycle of being reborn repeatedly in Samsara, once and for ever. 

The sessions are suitable for anyone who has a basic understanding of teachings in Buddhism. 

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Course dates: 13 & 27 October
Weekday: Thursday
Time: 18:00-20.00
Language: English
Location: At the centre & online
Last day of registration: The same day, 5 minutes to 18:00
Registration/Buy ticket: You register for the course by purchasing a ticket here on the website, see “Tickets” below.

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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.