- August 21st, 2015 - August 23rd, 2015
6:00 pm - 2:00 pm
During this weekend we work with a unique method for transforming and befriending challenging emotions, fears, illness and self-defeating patterns. This Tibetan method introduces the radical notion that to heal and transform ourselves we must ‘feed’ not fight our demons. Lama Tsultrim Allione, author of ‘Women of Wisdom’ and ‘Feeding Your Demons’ has condensed an elaborate tibetan practice into a practice suitable for westerners of our time. The practice was originally developed by Machig Labdron a renowned eleventh-century female Buddhist teacher. Jetthe has trained with Tsultrim Allione and is currently the only certified FD therapist in Scandinavia. Stephan has received transmission of this practice from Lama Choden Rinpoche.
Facing what you are afraid of
Feeding Your Demons is the art of making friends with that which you would most like to avoid. It is a strategy of facing and nurturing rather than fleeing or battling inner and outer enemies. It teaches you how to get access to precious energy by transforming the beast into the beauty – and staying in touch with it. Feeding Your Demons offers a peaceful path to resolve conflict leading to psychological integration and inner peace. Feeding Your Demons does not require any knowledge of Buddhism. “The process of feeding our demons is a method for bringing our shadow into consciousness and accessing the treasures it holds rather than repressing it.” – Lama Tsultrim Allione
The retreat house
The retreat house is very close to the idillic city of Gilleleje in Northern Zealand yet hidden in a quiet corner surrounded by big trees and with its backyard looking directly to the sea. It is only a 10 minutes walk to the train station. The house has 19 sleeping places (13 single bedrooms + 3 double bedrooms) with shared toilets and showers.
Venue: Retreat House
Summerhuset Elim is a christian retreat house, very close to the idillic city of Gilleleje in Northern Zealand
yet hidden in a quiet corner surrounded by big trees and with its backyard looking directly to the sea.
The house has 19 sleeping places (13 single bedrooms + 3 double bedrooms) with shared toilets and