Joyous Effort – Burnout prevention and recovery from a Buddhist perspective – City retreat with Venerable Lozang Yonten
September 7, 2018 @ 6:00 pm - September 9, 2018 @ 5:00 pm100kr – 800kr
Buddhism is often called for “The Science of Mind”. The “Buddhist toolbox” – it´s philosophy and psychology – has many methods that can be helpful for us in our complex life situations. This requires continuous study and practice, in other words; training of our minds. There is no “quick fix”, but there are valid methods, proven since hundreds and hundreds of years.
Lozang Yönten is a very qualified and experienced teacher:
she is an American-born teacher and Buddhist nun in the Tibetan tradition.
– She studied intensively in Australia, at Chenrezig Institute from 2002–2009, completing their Buddhist Studies Program then continued to study, retreat and offer service at Dharma Centres in India, Taiwan, Australia and New Zealand, becoming an in-depth registered teacher within the Foundation for the Preservation of the Mahayana Tradition (FPMT).
Currently she is an FPMT touring teacher and retreat leader, as well as
– teaching one 4-month-semester each year in Israel – as a member of the Buddhist Faculty at a Buddhist Psychoanalytic Training Program called Human Spirit’s in Israel, as well as with Shantideva Study Group in Israel.
– she was the Resident Teacher of Kunsang Yeshe Retreat Centre in the Blue Mountains of Australia 2011–2014. Then as teacher-in-residence six months of the year at Mahamudra Centre in New Zealand, until February 2018.
The teachings take place at Yeshe Norbu Mind Training Center at Roslagsgatan 62, Stockholm – Welcome!
Friday 7 September 18.00 – 20.30
Saturday 8 September 09.30 – 17.00
Sunday 9 September 10.00 – 17.00