Make a difference with the future of the centre today
We invite everyone who want to be part of influencing the future development of the centre to become a member of the non-profit organisation.
Why should you become a member?
- You are inspired by the vision of His Holiness the Dalai Lama, Lama Zopa Rinpoche, and Lama Yeshe and want to help create a more compassionate and peaceful world by contributing to that vision.
- You want to influence the direction of Yeshe Norbu in Stockholm. Yeshe Norbu is governed by its members, and therefore your contribution is very important.
- Participate in member activities and community building. The foundation for a flourishing center are its members and the friendships and connections we create between each other.
- You realize that all non-profit organisations are completely dependent on its member’s contributions to function, grow, and prosper.
Yeshe Norbu Mind Training Centre is owned and operated by the non-profit organisation Yeshe Norbu (Föreningen Yeshe Norbu, org nr 802512-5629). We are affiliated with FPMT (Foundation of the Preservation of the Mahayana Tradition).
Please note that the membership of the non-profit organisation is different to being a memberer in the centre which gives discounts to attend classes, course, and teaching. No particular affiliation in required to attend the courses at the centre of which many are completely secular.
Being affiliated with FPMT means that the center follows the spiritual direction of Lama Zopa Rinpoche and guidance of His Holiness the Dalai Lama. It means that the center uses FPMT’s educational programs and material, created in the unique lineage of Lama Yeshe and Lama Zopa Rinpoche.
FPMT has appointed Martin Ström to be director of the center, and Kaisa Kaul to be Spiritual Program Coordinator (SPC). Kaisa is also a registered FPMT Foundational teacher.
Free access to courses
membership of the non-profit organisation is different to being a memberer in the centre
For free access to our courses please chose a centre membership plan