Learn to integrate head and heart to have a joyful life
Caring for Yourself is a 12-weeks course based on the book ‘Caring’ by Tarthang Tulku. The ‘Caring’ approach has the power to integrate ‘head and heart’. Caring helps you to cultivate a compassionate and wise friendship towards ourselves and others.
“Caring means we treasure ourselves and others: it means we hold all life as a precious gift. When we care, we display kindness and concern: we pay attention, we nurture and protect: we are benevolent and thoughtful, considering and protecting what we treasure.”
– Tarthang Tulku in Caring, p. XX
Explore caring from the heart as the starting point to self-care
In this 12 weeks course ‘Caring for Yourself’ we practice relaxation and ease. You will learn to access the inner resources of caring. Open caring within yourself: for yourself and in your relationship with the world.
- Integrate your head and heart to have a caring and joyful life.
- Explore your beliefs about caring for yourself.
- Learn about your obstacles to caring.
- Practice attitudes and behaviours that express your true caring nature.
- Create new conditions to care for yourself and others in a positive way.
- Fill your heart with gratitude and become friends with who you are now.
Practical information about the Caring for Yourself course
The course consists of 12 weeky classes on Tuesday evenings 20:00-21.30 CEST (19:00 – 20.30 BST)
September 12th to December 5th 2023 (no class on October 24th)
This Caring for Yourself course is experiential in nature with gentle Tibetan Yoga exercises, breathing practices, guided meditation, and self-reflection.
The classes are held online through Zoom and will be English spoken.
The course is open to all, both new comers and experienced students. The most important requirements are a sense of curiosity and an open mind.
A copy of the Caring book is recommended – available in Dutch language through Lotus Design Shop or English language through Dharma Publishing.
Bram Williams is a long term student of yoga, dharma and Nyingma. As an experienced Kum Nye student and teacher he’s attended many programmes and trainings in California, as well as annual Kum Nye retreats in Holland and Germany. Bram now practices and teaches in London and Oxford. Currently studying fascial anatomy, Bram is also an occasional puppeteer and a qualified Lip-Reading Tutor.