Caring Course 1 online from Odiyan Retreat Center
This course is an opportunity to explore self-care as the starting point for a healthy, joyful life.Our need for these teachings on Caring is evident when we consider how, in our Western culture, we seem to be on a constant quest to improve ourselves. Most of the time we view ourselves as flawed beings who need to be ‘fixed’ before we have worth. Instead of a view of what we lack, we can care for ourselves with more gratitude for what we have been given. This new attitude will lead to a more satisfying and enjoyable life.
February 22 – May 16, 2020
Caring Course 1
Dates: Saturdays, February 22 – May 16, 2020 (12 weeks)
Time: 9:00 -10:30 PDT
Course Materials: Caring (2018) by Tarthang Tulku. You can purchase the book here
Course Donation: $240.00 Paid in full by February 15
Or two installments, $120 each, Feb.15 and Mar. 28
Classes are transmitted via interactive video using Zoom, with an option for audio only. More details will be sent one week prior to class start date. If you have any questions or concerns please contact us at email@example.com
Course 1 is designed to be experiential, interactive and dynamic. You will learn to take care of yourself by exploring what gets in the way of a caring, joyful and balanced life. By practicing attitudes and behaviors that allow your caring qualities to emerge, you can express their treasures within yourself and in your daily actions.The Caring courses offer a path where the head and the heart are integrated in caring for ourselves and others. Classes include contemplative and meditative exercises, discussion and gentle Tibetan Yoga relaxation.
Caring Course 1 is taught by Odiyan faculty Linda Copenhagen and Maria Helena Kubrusly.
Linda Copenhagen has been a student of Tarthang Tulku’s teachings for over 20 years, actively applying the teachings during a busy professional and family life until her recent retirement. Linda works regularly with Tarthang Tulku on financial matters and is the financial director of Dharma Publishing and LBDFI a Director of Nyingma Institute, and a current resident of Odyian.
Maria Helena Kubrusly is a founding member of the Nyingma center in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil. An Odiyan resident since 1999, Maria Helena works regularly with Tarthang Tulku Rinpoche on administrative and community matters. She rendered the Portuguese translations of Knowledge of Time and Space, and Mandala Gardens.
All proceeds from the online classes support the Odiyan community.
Caring Retreat 2020 at Ratna Ling Retreat Center
Open to everyone who has an interest.
July 27-31, 2020