In this series of classes, Geshe Michael dives deeper into the subject of protection using a famous book called The Necklace of Understanding (Abhisamayalankara), which was revealed by Maitreya to Arya Asanga, in which he teaches about what it means to take refuge by covering the following three topics: 1. What it means to go for refuge, 2. Where you go for refuge (The Three Jewels), and 3. The Four Bodies of a Buddha.
At a recent retreat, one of the meditation practices that Geshe Michael has been teaching students is to imagine going through the stages of death and learning how to meditate on emptiness at a very crucial moment during that process as a method of seeing emptiness directly and reaching the essence body of a Buddha.
Based on the great Tibetan Classic, A Gift of Liberation: Thrust into the Palm of Our Hand written by Pabonka Rinpoche, this retreat focused on using death meditation to reinvigorate your life and your practice and included the popular 3 day “Retreat within a Retreat”. This 10-day installment finished the portion of the text describing the animal and hell realms, included a beautiful death meditation and began the section of the Lam Rim which discusses the beautiful practice of going for refuge.
This is the second in a four-part series based on Master Kamalashila’s commentary on the Diamond Cutter Sutra led by Geshe Michael Roach. This retreat provided a unique opportunity to delve deeply into rarely taught meditations on emptiness. The retreat consisted of morning sessions led by Geshe Michael Roach followed by individual practice in the student's private retreat cabin.
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In diesem vortrag werden Roach und sein Team von erfahrenen Lehrern des Diamond Cutter Instituts die Teilnehmer darin unterrichten, wie sie Beziehungen mit Geschäftspartnern und Konkurrenten, aber auch persönliche Beziehungen und die Beziehung zu sich selbst, positiver gestalten können.
Michael Roach ist nicht nur erfolgreicher Unternehmer, sondern auch buddhistischer Gelehrter. Nach fünf Jahren wird er zum ersten Mal wieder in Deutschland sein und Anfang September in Hamburg Vorträge zum Thema „Altes Weisheitswissen für Erfolge heute“ halten.