Paramita is often translated as “other shore” – symboli […]

Paramita is often translated as “other shore” – symbolizing a crossing over from a sense of personal cultivation and fulfillment to also include a genuine concern for the well being of all.

During this online course we will dive fully into each paramita, including plenty of time for group process, discussion and exploration of what it really means to dial down self-importance and allow our hearts, energy and attention to become available to others.

The workshop will include lectures, discussion, meditation instruction & practice.
All class will proceed through an English to Japanese interpreter.
Open to all.

Introduction Workshops : JPY5,500
▶︎10/29 (Fri) JST 19:00-21:00 (EDT6:00-8:00)

 

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David Nichtern is a senior Buddhist teacher who has been practicing and teaching meditation for over 40 years. He was one of the initial American students of renowned meditation master Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche and studied closely with him soon after his arrival in the United States in 1970. He is also a business consultant with companies creating a variety of offerings integrating meditation in a larger health and well-being context – including Goldman Sachs, Journey Meditation, True Nature Meditation (Tokyo), Balanced Athlete, The Center for Health & Healing, and Om Births, among others.

He has been featured in The New York Times, The Huffington Post, Buddhist Geeks podcast, Duncan Trussell Family Hour Podcast and many others. David is the author of the critically acclaimed Awakening From the Daydream: Reimagining The Buddha’s Wheel of Life and the forthcoming Creativity, Spirituality & Making a Buck. He also mentorsindividual students both in person and online, and leads meditation teacher training programs around the world.
David is also a multiple Grammy-nominated and Emmy award-winning musician. He has recorded and played with Stevie Wonder, Christopher Guest, Jerry Garcia, Lana Del Rey, Maria Muldaur, Paul Simon and many others. Among his many credits in records, film and TV, David wrote the classic song “Midnight at the Oasis” and has produced multiple records for and periodically tours with Grammy nominated kirtan artist Krishna Das. For more info check out www.davidnichtern.com