Public talk and dialogue on the role of the universal feminine energy in spirituality with Michaela Haas, author of the book « The Dakini Power ». Michaela will guide participants through the spiritual journey of highly accomplished female masters of Tibetan buddhism in a very interactive and lively style.
Michaela Haas is the author of Bouncing Forward, Dakini Power, and the new Crazy America. She is a reporter, coach, and consultant. With a PhD in Asian studies, she combines powerful storytelling with scientific research, grounded in spiritual insight.
Workshop on how to harmonize feminine and masculine energies with Lene Handberg, Semrig Thablam Rabjam, Unity in Duality. Psychotherapist and Director of U.D. Educational Programmes a the International Tarab Institute.
Harmonising Feminine & Masculine ‘Energies"
Balancing feminine/intuitive-feeling and masculine/rational-intellect types of ‘energies’, creating a free ‘energy’ flow, is crucial for bringing out the potential of human beings – for men and women alike. In modern cultures the rational-intellect/ masculine energies is mainly cultivated, whereas Tantras emphasise an upwards-going Chakra-energy flow - from the feminine Chakra-energies (subtle ‘energies’ based on subtle-body, yilü) – to the masculine. Uniting the feminine and masculine Chakra ‘energies’ in the Heart Chakra being the goal of Chakra-energy practices, developing subtle ‘energy’ beingness referred to as lungsem. Grounding the feminine and masculine Chakra-energies in the heart Chakra, releases the most profound condition available to mankind.
Lene Handberg is Educational Director of Tarab Institute International, an organization with branches in Germany, Finland, France, Great Britain, Sweden, Holland and India, devoted to advancing the universalities of ancient Indo-Tibetan spiritual wisdom.
Normal price: 190 CHF / 170 Euros
Reduced price (students, unemployed, senior): 130 CHF / 120 Euros
In English, with simultaneous translation into German, French and Spanish
This week-end event precedes the beginning of the Ripa International Center's annual retreat in the presence of Terton Namkha Drimed Rinpoche and his son, Dungsey Lhuntrul Rinpoche. For more information, please visit the Ripa International Center website.