5-8 pm, July 21, 2019 Berlin
“Everyone you meet is fighting a battle you know nothing about. Be kind always (Longfellow)
Our relationships shape our world and influence our well-being deeply. As human beings we are constantly in relationships: with the world around us, with those close to us and with ourselves.
Is our world one of accusations and anger, polarization and struggle, hostility and resentment, or a world of deep understanding, friendship, kindness and harmony?
Buddhist teaching and practices embody an ancient and yet radical toolbox that can help us break free from painful patterns that bind us, and offer an invaluable perspective that can change our inner world and hence our relationships in all facets of life. Through meditation, enquiry, and deepening into the Buddhist teachings, we will look at the patterns that bind us to a life of discontent and struggle, and explore the way out of them, to a fulfilling, friendly and nourishing relationships.
The workshop is open to everyone, with or without previous experience in meditation.
The workshop will be offered in English
Lila Kimhi, Senior teacher of Dharma, Vipassana, and Mindfulness meditation since 2004 and teaches in Israel and around the world. She has studied and practiced for long periods of time in monasteries and meditation centers in Asia, Europe, Israel and the United States in the Buddhist tradition as well as the tradition of Non-Duality. Lila offers silent retreats and workshops, and leads spiritual journeys in Central Asia and south India.
The workshop will take place at the Yoga Hub Berlin www.yogahubberlin.com/
Address: 8D Greifswalder Straße, Berlin
The workshop is offered on Dana basis – the Buddhist tradition of mutual giving and support. Read more on Dana: http://thisfreedom.com/en/donate/
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