Welcome to a weekend of inspiring teachings & meditations. Kadam Bridget Heyes will teach a free talk on “The Art of Meditation” and a weekend course on “The Buddhist Way of Loving Kindness”. This event is open to everyone, regardless of your background or previous experience. Don’t miss this wonderful opportunity to enjoy becoming a better person!
People from all over the Nordic region come to the annual Dharma Celebration, which this year takes place in Oslo. It’s an opportunity to meet like-minded people and hear practical advice on how to maintain a peaceful, happy mind in everyday life.
Kadam Bridget Heyes has many years of practicing and teaching Buddhism. She is UK National Spiritual Director for the New Kadampa Tradition and Resident Teacher at Nagarjuna Kadampa Buddhist Centre in England. Kadam Bridget is a warm, humorous and inspiring teacher, using practical examples from everyday life.
The Nordic Dharma Celebration is one of many events organized around the world by the New Kadampa Tradition – founded by Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso. Events take place at around 1100 places in 40 countries, including five Dharma Centres in the Nordic countries.
The Nordic KMC is the principal centre of the Nordic region for the New Kadampa Tradition and is host to this year’s Celebration. Located in the heart of Oslo, it offers many events in Norweigan and English, and with a lively community of spiritual practitioners, it offers a place of joy and peace to the people of Oslo. Everyone is welcome at the Nordic KMC.
Between the Oslo Fjord and the green hills and woods of ‘Oslo-marka’ lies one of the most attractive cities in Northern Europe. Oslo – the heart of Norway has something for everyone. Oslo fascinates by his openness, but is also a typical Scandinavian city that reflects her cool charm with modern architecture and rugged nature.