Awakening the Mind and Opening the Heart With Geshe Dorji Damdul, PhD
May 2, 2017 - May 7, 2018
Awakening The Mind & Heart
5 day retreat with Geshe Dorji Damdul, PhD
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A world Renowned Buddhist Teacher from Tibet
Our minds lead us to perceive the world as of that being filled with happiness or suffering. Through training the mind and heart, we can gain genuine happiness, become a better human being, and have an enormous positive effect on our relationships with friends, colleagues and family. Genuine happiness is a deep sense of fulfillment that arises from an exceptionally healthy mind which gives us the inner resources to deal with negative thoughts and emotions that cause suffering.
Ground breaking scientific research results over the past 20 years show that the inner training of the mind can profoundly change the way we are.
This retreat is a rare opportunity to step out of the busyness of daily life and enter into an environment dedicated towards getting to understand our own mind and awakening the wisdom and compassion of our true nature.
Don’t miss this rare and precious opportunity!
Geshe Dorji Damdul (PhD) is a distinguished Buddhist scholar, author and internationally renowned teacher whose interest lies in the relation between Buddhism and science, especially in physics and neuroscience. Geshe-la is an active member of the Mind and Life Institute, an organization which encourages collaboration between research scientists, Buddhist scholars and meditation.
Geshe la has been an official translator to His Holiness the Dalai Lama for a decade and fellow at Cambridge University, England. He is currently the Director of Tibet House, the Cultural Center of H.H. the Dalai Lama, based in New Delhi, India.
Geshe la’s lighthearted, yet illuminating style appeals to both beginners and advanced students alike as he bridges ancient wisdom and the modern mind. He travels widely leading retreats and lectures within Asia, North America and Europe teaching Buddhist philosophy, psychology, logic and practice.