Beru Khyentse Rinpoche gave a public lecture at Warsaw University, organized in cooperation with the Faculty of Oriental Studies at Warsaw University. The title of the lecture: “How to live positively in the modern world or a Buddhist perspective on working with emotions”. Poprzedni Następny
QiGong Flying Crane – program: – learning proper posture taking into account the main joints and spine and the center of gravity– learning to connect with Heaven and Earth– learning to breathe (with the chest, abdomen – lower Dantien, whole body in connection with Heaven and Earth)– learning to relax the skin, muscles, fascia, internal […]
Dziamgon Kongtrul Rinpoche will give a lecture: “Kongtrul’s Incarnational Lineage and the History of the Rime Movement.” The lecture organized in cooperation with the Faculty of Oriental Studies at the University of Warsaw.
Welcome to Zone 108 of the Rime Foundation, where you will be able to practice Yoga Nejang.What is Nejang Yoga?It is a body workout that specifically balances internal energy, opens channels and relaxes the mind.Nejang (Nedziang ) means cleansing places that harbor energy in the body. Because of its properties, it is recommended as an […]
We have had the honor of hosting Drukmo Gyal Dakini twice. Drukmo Gyal Dakini (འབྲུག་ མོ་ རྒྱལ) – is a practitioner of Tibetan medicine and one of the most popular performers of Tibetan mantras. She has released 5 albums and performs concerts around the world.Who is Dakini? (Tibetan: མཁའ་འགྲོ་མ) In free translation, the name means “sky […]
This is where ideas and activities are created and realized: workshops, courses and one-off lectures lead by us and external instructors. ZONE 108 conducts projects on its own, but also responds to inquiries about workshop opportunities in line with the Rime Foundation’s statutory goals.
We are organizing periodic courses to learn calligraphy and Tibetan language, taught by qualified teacher Dorje Wangkdak. Dorje is a Tibetan from the Amdo region and has lived in Poland for 15 years.
The Rime Foundation runs a library and reading room of books and albums on the philosophy, nature and life of the people of Tibet and the Far East in general. Books donated or acquired by the Rime Foundation can be borrowed free of charge or read on site in ZONE 108.
If you feel ready to meet yourself without icing and powder, face to face, with all (well, maybe not immediately all) talents and imperfections, with gentleness – WELCOME ❤ Ania Gubernat For more information: http://mindfulnesskursy.pl/ MindfulnessCourse is led by Anna Gubernat. Certified MBSR (Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction; 2015) and MBCL (Mindfulness Based Compassionate Living; 2019) […]
The Mindfulness-Based Compassionate Living (MBCL) program was created by: Frits Koster and Erik van den Brink. They both live and work in the Netherlands; they are also co-authors of the books: “Mindfulness-Based Compassionate Living” and “A Practical Guide to Mindfulness-Based Compassionate Living. Living with Heart.” MBLC is a mental health training program directed at people […]