lør. 22. aug. | Online Webinar


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Time & Location

22. aug. 2020 09.00 CEST – 23. aug. 2020 16.00 CEST
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About the Event



During this two day retreat we will be applying mindfulness to cultivate the positive qualities such

as loving-kindness and compassion.

In Buddhism this is sometimes simply referred to as compassion practice.

The retreat will focus on the four immeasurables:

1. loving-kindness

2. compassion

3. empathetic joy

4. equanimity

In the context of discussing these practices the retreat will also look at how to deal with anger and

attachment. And also how to transform the selfish self-centered attitude.

Retreat schedule (Copenhagen time)

09:00 – 10:15 Session 1

10:15 – 10:45 Break

10:45 – 12:00 Session 2

12:00 – 13:00 Lunch

13:00 – 14:15 Session 3

14:15 – 14:45 Break

14:45 – 16:00 Session 4

This course can be booked alone, however we encourage you to consider the entires series with 5 courses, in order to effectively cultivate mental balance and well-being an integrated approach covering all three areas of practice.   

Over a series of five weekend retreats we will be focusing on three core areas of practice. 

Beginning with cultivating mindfulness over two weekends using the two classic approaches of mindfulness of breathing and observing the mind. 

This will be followed by a weekend focusing on cultivating the positive qualities such as loving-kindness and compassion. 

And finally over two weekends cultivating the wisdom of impermanence, suffering, no self and emptiness. 

1. Mindfulness Retreat (mindfulness of breathing) Jul 11-12

2. Mindfulness Retreat (observing the mind) Aug 1-2  

3. Compassion Retreat Aug 22-23  

4. Vipashyana Retreat (3 marks of existence) Sep 12-13  

5. Vipashyana Retreat (emptiness) Oct 3-4   


One weekend course is offered at 500 dkk  (approx. 75 USD) and the total of 5 courses at 2000 dkk (290 USD).  The Registration gives you access to the live sessions online as well as their recordings. 


Originally from Australia, Glen attained a BSc in IT at the University of Queensland. After four years working in Brisbane, he spent the next eight years working and traveling around the world. Having ‘bumped’ into Buddhism during his travels (“I read a book about Buddhism and it seemed so logical and many things resonated extremely well with my innate beliefs”), he attended his first Dharma teaching in Dharamsala, India in 1995. He completed the two following Kopan November courses in Kathmandu, Nepal and joined the seven-year Masters Program in Advanced Buddhist Studies of Sutra and Tantra at the Lama Tzong Khapa Institute (Pomaia, Italy). He graduated from the Masters Program in 2004 and completed his studies with an eight-month retreat at Oseling Center in Spain. Since 2005 he has taught and led meditation retreats in India, Europe, North America and Australia with a teaching style emphasizing clarity and stressing the integration of philosophical view, meditation and daily life conduct.


All of our courses are non-refundable unless stated otherwise in the event description.

However, we offer you the possibility to roll over the credit to another event in our programme (please check if spots are available and reach out to us to follow the regular registration process). If you don't wish to decide on a course for the time being, we keep the record of your transfer and can allocate it to a course at a later date once you have decided. The value can be split between several courses or retreats.

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