(Arkiv) Erik Pema Kunsang June 6-9 2013
We are happy to offer teachings with Erik Pema Kunsang in Stockholm in June 6-9.
Erik is much appreciated as a teacher, and he is an experienced translator, interpreter and practitioner.
Erik has lived with and been the assistant, interpreter and translator of the dzogchen master Tulku Urgyen Rinpoche for 16 years in Nepal.
This is a unique opportunity to take part of Erik's knowledge and experience, deeply rooted in a buddhist tradition, presented by a Scandinavian in a fresh and genuine way. Erik will teach in English.
The retreat as well as the evening talk is suitable for you if you're just curious, a beginner or have previous experience of buddhism and meditation as long as you have an open mind an a genuine wish to learn and explore more about yourself and about buddhism.
Evening talk: Insight for the Age of Openness - Five keys to open your heart
Meditation Retreat with Erik Pema Kunsang - A weekend with open eyes
Date: Thursday June 6 2013, National Day of SwedenTime: 18 - 21 Location: Finlandshuset Konferens, Snickarbacken 4, Stockholm(T) Hötorget eller (T) ÖstermalmstorgEvening talk on the theme "Insight for the Age of Openness",
For complete information and ticket purchase, see the home page of the event..
Date: Friday June 7 - Sunday June 9, 2013Time: Start Friday 18:00, end Sunday kl 14:30
Location: Brommagården south of Vagnhärad, ca 1 hour south of Stockholm, room and board included.
Erik Pema Kunsang will teach about view and meditation from the perspective of dzogchen.
More about Erik
Most people who have met Tibetan Buddhism and read a few books will probably have come across the translations of Erik. On his track record is a long list of texts from classical masters, currently living teachers, and particularly from the practice lineages of mahamudra and dzogchen. A complete list can be found at the home page of Rangjung Yeshe Publications. There you will find, among others, titles from the following:
- Tulku Urgyen Rinpoche
- Tsele Natsok Rangdröl
- Chökyi Nyima Rinpoche
- Tsoknyi Rinpoche
- Thrangu Rinpoche
- Mipham Rinpoche