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Rob Burbea, the insight meditation teacher, has inhaled his last breath. As the birds woke up on the Full Moon (7 May 2020) marking the Buddha’s full awakening …

Today is the Full Moon of May. The Buddhist tradition marks the birth, death and enlightenment around 2600 years ago of Gautama the Buddha.

The facing of sickness, pain and death served as the trigger for Gotama, aged 29, to depart from the pleasures and privileges of the Royal Palace to explore the depth of experience. Continue reading 



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 



An Inquiry. From Ego to Inter-Connectedness and the Expanse

A retreatant participates in an Inquiry. She or he sits besides myself in the front of the Dharma hall. A retreatant can speak about any issue that she or he wishes. The participant or myself can say ‘thank you’ to bring the Inquiry to a close at any time. The Inquiry offers mindful/meditative listening for all of us. This Inquiry took place on the retreat in the Thai Monastery in Sarnath, India in February 2020. A few spots of editing to make clear when reading. Different initials used for person. Continue reading 



An Inquiry. Why a Yoga Teacher Resists Saying “May All Beings Be Free” at the end of a Yoga Session

A retreatant participates in an Inquiry. She or he sits besides myself in the front of the Dharma hall. A retreatant can speak about any issue that she or he wishes. The participant or myself can say ‘thank you’ to bring the Inquiry to a close at any time. The Inquiry offers mindful/meditative listening for all of us. This Inquiry took place on the retreat in the Thai Monastery in Sarnath, India in February 2020. A few spots of editing to make clear when reading. Different initials used for person.
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