Meditating on the Path

La Ven. Ani Ciampa Tashi will give a lecture on the subject Meditating on the path, In collaboration with the Dechen Chöling Study Center di Imola, hosting the event.

The path that leads to the knowledge of our mind passes through knowledge and awareness. To achieve a condition of well-being and serenity it is necessary to practice mental training through three important phases: listening / study, reflection and meditation. These two meetings are dedicated to two special trainings: recognizing suffering and investigating how our unhappiness arises. The meeting will be structured on some observations and reflections on the subject which will be followed by short meditations.
There will also be a space dedicated to questions and answers.

BIOGRAPHY
Ani Ciampa Tashi is an Italian Buddhist nun of the Tibetan Mahayana tradition, lives in Italy and is part of the Sangha Onlus Association.
For many years he has been conducting retreats and meditation meetings throughout Italy, has taken part in two FPMT Masters Programs and has been volunteering at Livorno prisons since 2012 through the “Liberazione nella Prigione” association.
She has experience of more or less long personal retreats, including a one-year retreat, and since 2016 she has been managing meditation groups and holding monthly meetings in various Italian centers.

NB: For better management of the meetings, given the ministerial provisions regarding COVID-19, the “Greenpass” authorization and the use of the mask throughout the event are required for participation.
Bring two blankets.

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ℹ️ Info and reservations:

Saturday 22 January 2022: 17 hours: 00 - 19: 00
Sunday 23 January 2022: 10:00 - 12:00

IMOLA - Dechen Chöling Study Center
Mobile: 339 287 7697
Email: info@dechencholing.it
Reservations are required.
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Jan 22 2022

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5:00 pm - 12:00 am

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Dechen Chöling Study Center
Imola
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