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Videoconference with Frank Ostaseski

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Frank Ostaseski will led a live Videoconference entitled:

Patience: The Practice of Wise Receptivity

we think of patience, as enduring without complaint  or being able to stay calm. However, Frank will help us to explore a deeper understanding. We will learn what leads to impatience and how patience is not simply a discipline or only a virtue. It is a way of not returning harm. Patience is an act of love.

on the Zoom platform WEDNESDAY 7 OCTOBER from 8 pm to 21.30 pm. Participation in the live meeting is reserved for AMeCo Members.

BOOKINGS ARE RECEIVED FROM THE 21st OF SEPTEMBER

Frank Ostaseski, is a visionary and internationally known buddhist teacher; he is the founder of Metta Institute and cofounder or Zen Hospice Project, the first buddhist hospice in the USA. Former guest lecturer at Harvard Medical School, Mayo Clinic and Wisdom 2.0, he is currently lecturing in a number of major spiritual centers around the world. He helped spreading a tested model of compassion and awareness caring; trained hundreds of clinical practitioners, and helped more than one thousand people in dealing with their dying process. His pioneering work has been featured on the Bill Moyers “On Our Own Terms” series, and on the “Oprah Winfrey Show”, as well as being praised by His Holiness the Dalai Lama. He received in 2018 the prestigious Humanities Award from the American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine. His book “Sapere Accompagnare” (Arnoldo Mondadori) has received a very positive feedback in Italy. He also published “L’apertura dell’amore” (“Love’s opening”), as part of the A.Me.Co. booklets series. His last book is: Cinque Inviti. Come la morte può insegnarci a vivere pienamente (Arnoldo Mondadori: may 2017. Original title: “The Five Invitations: Discovering What Death Can Teach Us About Living Fully”).

Patricia Feldman Genoud Videoconference for AMeCo on YouTube channel

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The speech and the question and answer session offered to our Association via Zoom by PATRICIA FELDMAN GENOUD ON MAY 16 and translated by NEVA PAPACHRISTOU was published on the AMeCo YouTube channel. On this occasion, we communicate that, given the persistence of the state of health uncertainty  the Vicolo d’Orfeo 1 office will remain closed until the end of the year and AMeCo will continue to organize initiatives on the Zoom platform accessible only to Association Members. To learn about upcoming activities, please visit the Association’s website at https://www.associazioneameco.it/attivita/calendario/

Jack Kornfield guided meditation for AMeCo

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We are happy to inform you that both on the Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/A.Me.Co.roma/, and on the You Tube channel of the A.Me.Co. https://youtu.be/gPGZWbF11Rchttps://youtu.be/CzWPqsl1ooQ  has been published the second part, the Guided Meditation, of the video of the wonderful teachings offered for the AMeCo via Zoom by JACK KORNFIELD on the 23rd of JUNE and translated by NEVA PAPACHRISTOU. On this occasion, we communicate that, given the persistence of the state of health uncertainty, the Vicolo d’Orfeo 1 office will remain closed until the end of the year and initiatives will continue to be organized on the Zoom platform accessible only to Members. To learn about upcoming activities, please visit the Association’s website at https://www.associazioneameco.it/attivita/calendario/

Dharma and meditation Intensive with Shenpen Hookham

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LIVE IN VIDEO CONFERENCE ON THE ZOOM PLATFORM SATURDAY, OCTOBER THE 17th, from 6 pm to 7.30 pm entitled: There’s More to Dying than Death. Participation in the live meeting is reserved for AMeCo Members.

RESERVATIONS ARE RECEIVED FROM THE 30th OF SEPTEMBER

Lama Shenpen was born Susan Kathryn Rowan in Essex, England, in 1946. She first encountered Buddhism while studying Geography and Sociology at Reading University, where she became secretary of the University Buddhist Society and had early encounters with Sangharakshita and Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche amongst others. Lama Shenpen has trained for over 50 years in the Mahamudra & Dzogchen traditions of Tibetan Buddhism. She has spent over 12 years in retreat and has been a student of Khenpo Tsultrim Gyamtso Rinpoche, one of the foremost living masters of the Kagyu tradition of Tibetan Buddhism, since the late 70s. Lama Shenpen is fluent in Tibetan and has translated a number of Tibetan texts into English for her students. On Khenpo Rinpoche’s instructions she produced a seminal study of the profound Buddha Nature doctrines of Mahayana Buddhism, published as The Buddha Within, and gained a doctorate in this from Oxford University. She is also the author of There’s More to Dying than Death. Shenpen is now the Spiritual Director of the Awakened Heart Sangha, and spends most of her time in semi-retreat at the Hermitage of the Awakened Heart (Fortress of Enlightenment – Changchub Dzong) her home and the retreat centre in North Wales, United Kingdom. She has students worldwide who are studying her Living the Awakened Heart Training, a structured learning programme in meditation, reflection and insight, devised especially for westerners, to transmit the most profound teachings of Mahamudra and Dzogchen in an accessible, experiential way. Khenpo Rinpoche has subsequently encouraged Lama Shenpen to develop her teaching activity further, and she is the author of the on-line teaching programmes ‘Discovering the Heart of Buddhism’ and ‘Trusting the Heart of Buddhism’.

Frank Ostaseski Intensive

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LIVE IN VIDEO CONFERENCE ON THE ZOOM PLATFORM WEDNESDAY THE 4th OF NOVEMBER from 8 pm to 21.30 pm. Participation in the live meeting is reserved for AMeCo Members.

BOOKINGS ARE RECEIVED FROM OCTOBER THE 21st

Frank Ostaseski, is a visionary and internationally known buddhist teacher; he is the founder of Metta Institute and cofounder or Zen Hospice Project, the first buddhist hospice in the USA. Former guest lecturer at Harvard Medical School, Mayo Clinic and Wisdom 2.0, he is currently lecturing in a number of major spiritual centers around the world. He helped spreading a tested model of compassion and awareness caring; trained hundreds of clinical practitioners, and helped more than one thousand people in dealing with their dying process. His pioneering work has been featured on the Bill Moyers “On Our Own Terms” series, and on the “Oprah Winfrey Show”, as well as being praised by His Holiness the Dalai Lama. He received in 2018 the prestigious Humanities Award from the American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine. His book “Sapere Accompagnare” (Arnoldo Mondadori) has received a very positive feedback in Italy. He also published “L’apertura dell’amore” (“Love’s opening”), as part of the A.Me.Co. booklets series. His last book is: Cinque Inviti. Come la morte può insegnarci a vivere pienamente (Arnoldo Mondadori: may 2017. Original title: “The Five Invitations: Discovering What Death Can Teach Us About Living Fully”).

Intensive in December with Frank Ostaseski

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LIVE IN VIDEO CONFERENCE ON THE ZOOM PLATFORM WEDNESDAY THE 2nd OF DECEMBER from 8 pm to 9.30 pm. Participation in the live meeting is reserved for AMeCo Members.

RESERVATIONS ARE RECEIVED FROM NOVEMBER THE 18th

Frank Ostaseski, is a visionary and internationally known buddhist teacher; he is the founder of Metta Institute and cofounder or Zen Hospice Project, the first buddhist hospice in the USA. Former guest lecturer at Harvard Medical School, Mayo Clinic and Wisdom 2.0, he is currently lecturing in a number of major spiritual centers around the world. He helped spreading a tested model of compassion and awareness caring; trained hundreds of clinical practitioners, and helped more than one thousand people in dealing with their dying process. His pioneering work has been featured on the Bill Moyers “On Our Own Terms” series, and on the “Oprah Winfrey Show”, as well as being praised by His Holiness the Dalai Lama. He received in 2018 the prestigious Humanities Award from the American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine. His book “Sapere Accompagnare” (Arnoldo Mondadori) has received a very positive feedback in Italy. He also published “L’apertura dell’amore” (“Love’s opening”), as part of the A.Me.Co. booklets series. His last book is: Cinque Inviti. Come la morte può insegnarci a vivere pienamente (Arnoldo Mondadori: may 2017. Original title: “The Five Invitations: Discovering What Death Can Teach Us About Living Fully”).

Intensive led by Ajahn Chandapalo

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AJAHN CHANDAPALO will conduct a video conference on the Zoom platform FRIDAY 19 JUNE at 19.00.

To participate in the Zoom direct, you must be an AMeCo Member for the current year and book through the secretary to receive the link necessary for access.

The audio track in the usual way will also be sent to people registered as listeners via the secretary.

Ajahn Chandapalo is a Theravāda monk according to the Ajahn Chah and Ajahn Sumedho forest tradition, as well as the Abbot of the Santacittarama monastery in Frasso Sabino (RI).

For info and reservations, contact AMeCo by calling 06.6865148 or by writing to segreteria@associazioneameco.it

 

Neva Papachristou next meetings live on Facebook

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We are happy to inform you that NEVA PAPACHRISTOU will conduct LIVE ON FACEBOOK on MONDAY 8, 15 and 22 JUNE 20.00-21.30 THREE THEMED MEETINGS. These days Neva has received numerous proposals for topics to deal with and she has tried to choose the ones that recur most often. Those who wish to receive the audio recordings of the meetings must request them from the AMeCo secretary.

8 JUNE: Transforming gratitude is not an occasional emotion, but is the constant background of the soul.

15 JUNE: Laziness and energy in the inner journey and in life.

22 JUNE: Taking care of your spaces with humility and courage.

The AMeCo Facebook page is open and can be viewed by everyone, even by those who do not have a Facebook account by simply clicking on the following link:

https://www.facebook.com/A.Me.Co.roma/

We are going through a global emergency that most of us have never experienced in our lives. We all need moral and spiritual support and we believe it is important to use all the possibilities made available by modern technology to stay close to each other.

The A.Me.Co., in fact, in compliance with the provisions of the Presidency of the Council of Ministers, suspended all its activities on site starting from March the 5th. We immediately considered it wiser and ethically correct to diligently comply with the provisions of the Government in line with the most accredited health indications.

 

Videoconference led by Christina Feldman

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CHRISTINA FELDMAN SATURDAY 25th of APRIL from 5 pm to 7 pm and SUNDAY 26th of APRIL from 5 pm to 7 pm offered to our Sangha a great moment of Dharma teaching. The meetings, which will take place live on the Zoom platform, will be translated simultaneously, and will be posted subsequently on the AMeCo Facebook page.

 

On the AMeCo’s Facebook page the Videoconference with JOSEPH GOLDSTEIN

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Has been published on the Facebook page of the AMeCo the videoconference led by JOSEPH GOLDSTEIN FRIDAY APRIL the 17th entitled: The practice of awareness, sati-mindfulness, in these difficult times.

Joseph Goldstein co-founder of the Insight Meditation Society (IMS) with Jack Kornfield and Sharon Salzberg is one of the first American vipassana teachers. In 1991 he helped establish the Barre Center for Buddhist Studies and in 1998 co-founded the IMS Forest Refuge for long-term personal retreats. He’s contemporary author of numerous popular books on Buddhism:  Mindfulness: A Practical Guide to Awakening;  Seeking the heart of wisdom; Insight meditation: the practice of freedom; One Dharma: The Emerging Western Buddhism; A Heart Full of Peace. He is resident guiding teacher at IMS, and leader of retreats worldwide on insight (vipassanā) and lovingkindness (mettā) meditation.