Lotus Trilogy course based on the book Lotus Mind
- Where is our mind located?
- What is my mind doing?
- Is my mind mine?
- Who thinks when you think?
- How do we understand the world?
- How does our mind relate to our perception and senses?
- What role do space and time, language and body play?
We will investigate these and other questions by means of dialogues, exercises, reflection and research assignments in your everyday life.
This short course of 9 online classes starts on Wednesday, March 3, 7:00 – 8:30 PM (CET), and ends on April 28th.
The course is taught by Elske van de Hulst.
Purchase of the Lotus Mind book (€ 26,- including shipping within Europe) is required.
This course is a good follow-up to the Lotus Language retreat in February, but can also be taken separately.
Elske van de Hulst is co-dean and senior instructor at Nyingma Centrum Nederland in Amsterdam.
Between 1969 and 1995, she worked in the theatre as an actress, director and author. She taught at the Amsterdamse Hogeschool voor de Kunsten and for many years was a member of the Dutch Arts Council. In 1998 she started studying the theatre of the mind, guided by Tarthang Tulku’s books, and has not stopped since.
Elske teaches Meditation, Knowledge of Freedom, Revelations of Mind and Lotus Trilogy teachings in Amsterdam and elsewhere.
Prior knowledge of Lotus Trilogy books is not required. Participation in this program is open to anyone who is genuinely willing to investigate the architecture of experience.
Knowing and Not-Knowing Program: Lotus Trilogy course based on the book Lotus Mind
9 weekly online lessons via Zoom
- Wednesday evening, March 3rd till April 28th, 2021
- 7:00 – 8:30 PM (CET)
Costs: € 108,-, excluding the book
Lotus Mind book
Purchase of the Lotus Mind book is necessary.
The price is € 26,- including shipping within Europe, to be paid via the registration button, option “Course + book”.
After payment, please send us an e-mail with your name and the full address where you would like to receive the book. Then we will send it to you as soon as possible.
“Complete wisdom and utterly embodied knowing-I want to encourage you to learn it, this new way of being. Give it a try.”
– Tarthang Tulku in Lotus Mind, p 216
Should you have any queries, please don’t hesitate to let us know.