EUROPE – NETHERLANDS, FEEDING YOUR DEMONS®: KAPALA TRAINING LEVEL II
With Dorje Lopön Chandra Easton
April 22 - 27, 2021
This retreat consists of a deepening of the Prajña Paramita practice, an introduction to Jamgön Kongtrül’s text “Transmitting the Meaning of the Mother,” and Machig Labdrön’s method for cutting through discursive thoughts with sound. Feeding Your Demons® (FYD) work will expand through the mapping of family lineage demons, physical body demons, and hydra demons.
For licensed therapists or counselors, completion of this Level II retreat and the required 108 FYD Tracking Forms allows one to apply for certification to use the five steps of Feeding Your Demons® professionally.
Your stay in The Netherlands and other practical information:
Registration will be open beginning December 1, 2020.
You’ll have to fill in a form to confirm your participation in the Kapala II retreat. You’ll find this form on our website beginning on December 1, 2020. Send us the completed and signed form together with your proof of payment corresponding to the deposit sum of € 370, –.
The cost of the retreat including teachings and materials, accommodation for 5 nights, and vegetarian meals is:
€ 700,- in a shared double room
€ 830,- in a single room (there are few single rooms available)
€ 540,-Scholarship: yogi-jobs & shared room
€ 370,- Scholarship camping: yogi-jobs & own tent & meals.
Time details: This retreat begins with registration from 3.30 pm to 5.30 pm on the first day and ends after lunch on the last day.
How to get there: Bosoord can be reached by public transport. From Schiphol airport it is easy and fast to take the train to Apeldoorn and continue by bus or taxi. Coming from Germany take the train to Arnhem and continue by bus or taxi.
Diet: All meals are standard vegetarian and almost entirely organic. We can take into account vegan, gluten free and/or lactose free diet requirements if imposed by health circumstances.
Dorje Lopön Chandra Easton, Buddhist teacher and translator, studied Buddhism and Tibetan language at the Library of Tibetan Works & Archives in Dharamsala, India, founded by H.H. Dalai Lama. She later received her degree from UCSB’s religious studies department at which time she co-translated Sublime Dharma, A Compilation of Two…
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