“Liberation in the palm of your hand.” A new online course with Ven. Ani Ciampa Tashi.

Participate in the OPEN DAY

“If you want to make your life truly fruitful, truly meaningful,
the only answer is to practice Lam Rim”
-Lama Zopa Rinpoche-

From 14 February, online for the first time, led by Fri. Ani Ciampa Tashi, we will study and practice the gradual path to Enlightenment (Lam Rim) as described in the text of Pabonka Rinpoche (1878-1941) Liberation in the palm of your hand.
This path will become a treasure of references for lifelong practice, an indispensable guide for all those who want to follow the correct path that leads to Enlightenment.
The Lam Rim tradition originated with the great Indian master Atisha and reached Pabonka Rinpoche through the great scholar Je Tsongkhapa and various Masters of the lineage.

We invite you toOpen Day presentation, Wednesday 7 February at 18: 30, online of:
- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/monasteropomaia
- Zoom (maximum 100 seats): https://us06web.zoom.us/j/85858434336?pwd=Lfv9IAKbWNigtm93Xhw82INIsa1vM1.1
Meeting ID: 858 5843 4336 - Access code: 363943

How the course works

Every Wednesday, from 18: 30 to 19: 40 approximately, we will meet online with Fri. Ani Ciampa Tashi to listen, reflect and meditate on this fundamental text and thus progress together in practice as a large virtual community.
In each meeting, we will have two half-hour live sessions, separated by one meditation about 10 minutes. Also once a month, we will have a meeting Questions and answers.

From week to week we will integrate, through an innovative dedicated platform, the offer with video recordings of the meetings, teaching material, meditations, schemes and summaries of key points, self-assessment quizzes, review classes with monks, nuns and registered FPMT teachers.

The course is free and open to all.

Duration of the Course

The teacher estimates that it could last at least 2 years, with summer and winter breaks, during which in-person retreats will be offered, open to all those who wish to participate.


Ani Ciampa Tashi is an Italian Buddhist nun of the Tibetan Mahayana tradition, she lives in Tuscany and is part of the Sangha Onlus Association which is based in Pomaia (PI).
She took part in two FPMT Masters Programs (FPMT Advanced Dharma Studies Programme), carries out voluntary work at the prisons of Pisa and Livorno through the "Liberazione nella Prigione" association as a qualified operator.
He has experience of more or less long personal retreats, including a one-year retreat, he manages various meditation groups through WhatsApp, and periodic meetings in various centers in Italy, he also conducts residential retreats at the Lama Tsongkhapa Institute in Pomaia (PI ).
The main purpose of these activities is to disseminate the practice of meditation for the benefit of those who wish to learn and practice it.