Rencontre entre David Brazier & LN Wangmo

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Rencontre entre David Brazier & LN Wangmo

Time: June 10, 2017 to June 11, 2017
Location: Saint-Martin-Lestra, Loire à 60 km de Lyon
City/Town: Saint-Martin-Lestra
Website or Map: http://racinesdelapresence.co…
Event Type: seminar
Organized By: http://racinesdelapresence.com/sessions/
Latest Activity: Mar 4, 2017

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David Brazier (Dhamarvidya) est enseignant bouddhiste, président de l’Institut international Zen thérapie (Itzi). Auteur d’une dizaine de livres en anglais traduits dans de nombreuses langues, deux ont été traduits en français : Bouddhisme et psychothérapie  et un bouddha au coeur sensible. Il est reconnu mondialement pour son autorité en psychologie Bouddhiste et intervient dans de nombreux contexte.

LN Wangmo anime les sessions du réseau Racines de la Présence. Auteur, entre autre, de Un diamant dans la poche, elle développe un enseignement alliant modernité et tradition sur la plateforme des parcours en ligne.

Bien que se connaissant depuis de nombreuses années, Wangmo et David n’ont jamais animé de sessions ensemble. Ce week-end est une opportunité unique de rencontrer simultanément ces enseignants ayant à cœur de développer un enseignement contemporain et occidental de la psychologie bouddhiste.


Programme :
Samedi :

  • Accueil convivial de 9h30 à 10h
  • 10h-12h30 enseignement et méditation
  • 12h30-14h : repas : nous partagerons ce que chacun aura amené
  • 14h-17h : intégration – questions réponses – méditation

Dimanche :

  • 9h-9h30 : accueil convivial
  • 9h30-13h : enseignement et méditation
  • 13h-15h00 : repas et fin de session

Frais de session week-end : 90 € tarif normal – 70 € pour les abonnés au réseau – ne comprenant par les repas – repas du dimanche midi : 5 €.
Offrande libre aux enseignants

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