Lecture: Buddhist ethics in everyday life: do no harm

The heart of Buddhist ethics is "do no harm". How can we realise this in everyday life without adaption because of fear of rejection or because of laziness? The five exercises for lay people can give us orientation and inspiration for living together well with different people in our compex world.

 

Venue to be announced. www.shedrupling.at

 

Three-day seminar with Sylvia Wetzel: "Karma: why we do, what we do, and its consequences". Fri, 20 Sun, 22 April 2018. Information and registration
Venue: She Drup Ling Graz, Griesgasse 2, 8020 Graz

 

 

First lecture by Sylvia Wetzel: "Karma: intent, causes and consequences of actions" on Thursday, 19 April 2018, 19:00 >>

 

Weekend seminar with Christine Schnitzer: "Does ethical behaviour still pay off nowadys?". Sat, 23 Sun, 22 June 2018. Information and registration
Venue: She Drup Ling Graz, Griesgasse 2, 8020 Graz

 

 

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Date:
Fri, 20 April 2018, 19:00 – 21:00 
Guidance:
Sylvia Wetzel
Location:
Contribution:
(voluntary donation)

Donation (€ 25 – € 15 recommended)

No registration necessary.

Sylvia Wetzel

Sylvia Wetzel, writer, meditation teacher, student of Lama Thubten Yeshe since 1977. Head of the Buddhist Arytara seminar house and Diamant-Verlag in Bavaria for eight years. Long-standing collaboration in the DBU e.V. (German Buddhist Union) and the journal "Lotosblätter" (now "Buddhismus Aktuell"). Founding member of the International Organisation of Buddhist Women, Sakyadhita (Bodhgaya 1987), of the International Network of Western Buddhist Teachers (Dharamsala 1993) and the Buddhist Academy Berlin Brandenburg (2001). Pioneer of Buddhism in the West. Author of numerous books.

www.sylvia-wetzel.de

  • First lecture: "Karma: intent, causes and consequences of actions" by Sylvia Wetzel
    Thursday, 19 April 2018, 19:00 – 21:00

  • First seminar: "Karma: why we do, what we do, and its consequences" with Sylvia Wetzel

    Time: Fri, 20 – Sun, 22 April 2018
    Fri+Sat, 10:00–13:00 /14:00–17:00
    Sun, 10:00 – 14:00
    Venue: to be announced

  • Second lecture: "Buddhist ethics in everyday life: do no harm" by Sylvia Wetzel
    Fri, 20 April 2018, 19:00 – 21:00

  • The weekly meetings will be prepared and guided by Christine Schnitzer. The topic will be discussed with regard to its meaning for everyday life. Through interaction with the teacher and other students, practical exercises, meditation and further reading or watching movies, the theoretical knowledge is integrated with practical experience.
    Time: on Wednesdays from 19:00 – 21:00
    Dates:
    26/4, 3/5, 10/5, 17/5, 24/5, 31/5, 7/6, 14/6, and 21/6

  • Second seminar: "Does ethical behaviour still pay off nowadys?" with Christine Schnitzer
    Time: Sat, 24 June 9:30 – 18:00,
                Sun, 25 June 9:30 – 14:00
    Venue: She Drup Ling Graz, Griesgasse 2
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