- December 5th, 2014 - December 7th, 2014
7:00 pm - 4:00 pm
An Introduction to Radiant Mind with Peter Fenner, Stephan Wormland and Jetthe Fabioola.
Awaken your heart and infuse your wisdom mind with joy, spaciousness and clarity. Discover the richness and joyful play of unconditioned experience.
Meeting at the end of the spiritual path
Join Peter Fenner, Ph.D, Stephan Pende and Jetthe Fabioola for a weekend meeting at the end of the spiritual path, where we can let go of trying to be someone into just being. Through dialogue, inquiry, silence, gentle bodywork and alert listening we can see through our attractions and aversions to a place of clear awareness, where nothing more is needed, and nothing can be taken away.
We are already at home
Suffering happens when we want things to be other than they are. At this weekend retreat, we enter directly into this present moment, new and fresh, free of concepts, while fully embodying our unique human existence. We recognize we are already at home, able to rest in This, our Buddha Nature, complete and fulfilled just as we are.
Peter will participate from Australia through live, interactive video conferencing for three hours on Saturday and Sunday.
Peter is a leader in the adaption and transmission of Asian nondual wisdom worldwide. He is a pioneer in the development of nondual therapy and creator of the 9 month Radiant Mind Course® and the Natural Awakening: Advanced Nondual Training. He was a celibate monk in the Tibetan Buddhist tradition for 9 years and has a Ph.D. in the philosophical psychology of Mahayana Buddhism. Over a period of 40 years Peter has distilled the essence of traditions like Zen, Dzogchen and the Buddhist Middle Way, and adapted them to suit our post-modern culture.
He teaches in North America, Europe, Israel, India, Australia and New Zealand and has presented his work at leading universities and institutions including Columbia, Stanford, CIIS and Naropa. He has written extensively on Buddhist nondual traditions and has authored several books.
Time: 5 – 7 December 2014; Friday 19.00 – 21.00; Saturday and Sunday 9.30 – 16.00
Price: 1300 DKK; Reduced price for students or unemployed: 900 DKK