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Zoom Evening Meetings. Meditation. Talk. Q and A. Sundays and Tuesdays in English with Christopher or Ulla. Wednesdays with Ulla in Germany

Dear Friends,
Do join our online meetings on Zoom. We offer three kinds of meetings to support you in these days. All are welcome. Places for 100 people.
On Sunday evenings. starting Sunday 19 April at 20:00 pm EU (19.00 UK time), Christopher offers the first in the Sunday Wisdom Series. The language is English. Title for this Sunday: What is the Truth of our experience?

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Join our Tuesday evening online Zoom meeting on Mindfulness in Times of Coronavirusus.

Dear Friends,

This is a heartfelt invitation to join our ‘Mindfulness in Times of Corona Virus‘ meetings online on Zoom on a Tuesday evening. Ask questions. Share your experiences. Continue reading 



Our Beloved School, Bodh Gaya and the Virus

Our beloved school, Prajna Vihar School (School Abiding in Wisdom) in Bodh Gaya, Bihar, has shut its doors to its 600 pupils in the nationwide lockdown in India.

The inter-religious school is situated a few minutes’ walk from the Tree of the Buddha’s awakening. Started with 20 children in 1992, the school depends on numerous small donations from the worldwide Sangha. Continue reading 



What Happens to the Donations We Give You? How will you get by without teaching residential retreats?

I thought I would write a detailed blog (1200 words) on where your generous donations (dana) goes. I don’t recall writing such a piece before, except for a few lines for a laminated sheet of paper.

As with plenty of Dharma teachers worldwide, I offer my residential retreats on a donation basis. Continue reading 



Who am I? 40 Common Views About Ourselves. Brief Commentary. A Practice

Every view of I am might seem real, unreal or both at different times.

We might express a few views listed below of I am or many of them.

If a view is problematic about one ‘self’ or ‘another,’ then explore another view(s). Continue reading 




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