Feeding your Demons – Den Dämonen Nahrung geben

With Gudrun Binder

October 16 - 18, 2020

When we are talking about demons, we are not talking about ghosts or goblins but our fears, obsessions, a difficult relationship, self-hatred, anything that blocks our inner freedom. We tend to fight our demons, but the harder we fight them, the stronger they become. If we want to liberate ourselves from the fight, we must reverse our approach and nurture our demons. Following this paradigm – nurturing rather than fighting – Lama Tsültrim Allione adapted the revolutionary wisdom of Tibet’s great female spiritual master Machig Labdrön, an eleventh-century Tibetan Yogini, providing a powerful method for coping with the inner enemies that undermine our best intentions.

With Feeding your Demons (FYD) Lama Tsültrim Allione created a psychological five-step practice based on the ancient Chöd lineage of Machig Labdrön. She has taken a great and relatively unknown ancient lineage of practice and rendered it into accessible modern form without compromising its essence or losing its power. Machig’s strategy of nurturing rather than battling our inner and outer enemies offers a revolutionary path to resolve conflict that leads to psychological integration and inner peace.

In this weekend you will learn doing the five steps, go deeper in the background of FYD, and will have the opportunity to meet your demons and to liberate them step by step.

Workshop will be held in German.

Date & Time Details: 10/16/20-10/18/20 Friday 4 p.m. to Sunday 1 p.m.

Location: Zentrum Sangha

Address: Stuckgasse 15 Wien 1070 Austria

Gudrun Binder

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euro 240,- resp. euro 215,- if signing up latest march 20th


Gudrun Binder
Gudrun Binder studied psychology and philosophy at Vienna University focusing on the question of “I, self and reality.” Brain research, constructivism and system theory became her Western background leading to her study of the all-integrating philosophy and psychology of Buddhism. Integrating the wisdom of Buddhism in psychological work became her main focus…
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