Calm Abiding for experienced Practitioners

     Shamatha (Skr.: shamatha, Tib.: shine, „calm abiding“)

     A step by step training in concentrated meditation for advancing  

     The mind is focussed on a sense object (breath, optical perception)
     or a mental object (visualisation of a Buddha or an energy centre)
     and should rest on this object for an ever prolonged period.


Start: 12 April 2023
20:00 - 21:15 h (10 dates)
Number of Participants:
8 - 12
Manfred Klell
(voluntary donation)

recommended donation (for 10 units) € 180 – € 150
(for the maintenance of the centre and dana for the teacher)

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on Wednesdays, 20:00 - 21:15 (10 dates)


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  • Sitting position
  • Breathing exercises
  • Objects of meditation (breath, consciousness, visualisations, energy centres)
  • Reducing agitation and dullness
  • Enhancing clarity and awareness
  • Steps of calm abiding meditation (cf. the thangka)

Manfred Klell

Manfred Klell

DI Dr. techn., many years of activity as professor for thermodynamics, center founder, three-year stay in the Himalayas to study and practice Buddhist philosophy, initiations and teachings from His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama, Kirti Tsenshab Rinpoche, Lama Zopa Rinpoche, Khentrul Rinpoche and many other masters,

> 30 years of Buddhist practice, focus on concentrated meditation (Shamatha)

Trying out is only possible in the first unit (recommended donation € 20 – € 15).

It is not possible to join the course later, because it is structured.

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