Courses for young adults
To be a young adult, is to begin to experience autonomy and make important life choices. It is also the beginning of a professional life. Sometimes it is the moment where we begin the life of a couple with more serious engagements. What kind of relationship will we establish with our self and with others? How can we find resources to get through the difficulties? How do we develop the inner qualities to fully live situations? How do we face stress? So many questions to explore on the basis of the Buddha’s teaching: discussion and sharing, role playing and a time for meditation.
Thayé Dorjé, His Holiness the XVIIe Gyalwa Karmapa,
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“All at once, I’m here and there!” That is one of the answers to the question asked at the beginning of the course (...) There were about twenty people, including two organizers; an ideal number for some progressive exploration of…of what in fact? Here are the questions that came up at the beginning by participants, once we got to know each other a bit.
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Ten girls brought the young adult course to life this year. Not a single guy! Other than myself who was guiding along with Emmanuelle. In response to the unlikely opening question, “Are you here?” the answers varied and complemented one other.“Yes, totally. When...
During a week-end organised in October 1999 with lama Puntso and anila Tcheuying with about ten young adults between 18 and 25, lama Jigmé Rinpoché came to speak about dharma and ethics. Here are a few excerpts from that teaching, still valid today: