"Go deep in your understanding: If you don't know what forms the waves how will you ever understand the ocean?" With awareness we see, with love we accept and with wisdom we respond. This is the whole of Dhamma.
The teacher: Michael Kewley
is the former Buddhist monk Paññadipa, who now as a layman, is an internationally acclaimed Master of Dhamma, presenting courses and meditation retreats for many years at the International Meditation Centre
, Budh Gaya in India and throughout the world.
Kamma is not a predestination, not a system of belief, not something to take a religious, social or political standpoint for or against. It is a truth and universal reality
that operates in every moment of our life. What we meet in every moment of our life is the consequence of that which we have empowered in the past. However, because kamma is subtle, we very often don't understand its reality and so cultivate fantastic ideas
about it. We think that if a tin of paint falls on our head as we walk under a ladder or we are infected with a terrible disease, that is our kamma. We think that if we are successful with a job application, or fall in love with a beautiful person, that is our kamma, a series of rewards and punishments. However, whatever these things are and however we may want to speak about them, they are not Kamma. To understand the truth of kamma, Michael Kewley shares how to use Kamma as a path
, how to develop profound understanding through meditation
, to investigate for ourselves how the world we experience is the world we create for ourselves moment after moment.
Coffee, tea and water are provided. You cater for yourself, which means that everyone brings a little vegetarian snack and you build a colorful buffet out of it.
Dauer: 2 hours
Treffpunkt: "Die Halle- Zentrum für Kunst und Meditation"
Höhenstraße 20, 60385 Frankfurt am Main
Rollstuhl- und/oder Kinderwagengerecht: Ja