New Year’s Program with Kerstin Pramme

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New Year’s Program with Kerstin Pramme

Friday, December 30 – Monday, January 2


Friday, December 30
8pm Lecture “Guru Yoga: The Way of Identification”

Saturday, December 31*
10am Session 1: “Ngondro”, Q&A, Practice
1:30pm Lunch
3pm Session 2: “Refuge”, Q&A, Practice
5:30pm Bodhisattva Promise followed by dinner and New Year’s Party!

Sunday, January 1
12am Brunch
1:30pm Session 1: “Diamond Mind”, Q&A, Practice
3pm Break – NYC in 2017!
4:30pm Session 2: Meditation Practice
6pm Dinner
8pm Lecture “Student Teacher Relationship: Hannah Nydahl”

Monday, January 2
11am Session 1: “Mandala”, Q&A, Practice
1:30pm Lunch
3pm Session 2: “Guru Yoga”, Q&A, Practice

*Following Kerstin’s suggestion each session will include a short talk (about 50 mins), time for Q&A (30 mins max) and about 70 mins for individual practice, which we will start together with 4 thoughts and refuge and close together. Everyone can listen to talks about each of the Ngondro practices.

Kerstin Pramme has been a student of Lama Ole and Hannah Nydahl since 1980 and for many years lived and supported the activity of the Diamond Way Buddhist center in her native Wuppertal, Germany. She is trained as a paper and book conservator and also holds a B.A. in Buddhist Philosophy and Theory of Perception from the Karmapa International Buddhist Institute (KIBI) in New Delhi, India. She ran a publishing house Buddhistischer Verlag for ten years, and organized Buddhist study courses in KIBI for seven years. Kerstin has travelled extensively around the world, supporting the activity of Lama Ole Nydahl and giving lectures about Buddhism. She is married and currently lives in Heidelberg, Germany.

To register, go here:
Please register by Tuesday December 20th!

The cost of the entire retreat is $80 and includes food.

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