Lecture starts at 17:00. Please come in advance for check-in.
The course will happen in the garden of Copenhagen Buddhist Center and the nearby street, and the area for the tent is limited by surrounding buildings and streets. Therefore the course is limited to 3000 participants.
Note: You can only attend the course if you are registered and paid in advance. It will not be possible to pay for the course on site!
In order to complete the registration one needs to pay immediately with a credit card at the end of registration process.
|Whole course price||675||90|
Children between 4-15 years old get 50% discount. For children below 4 years old the course is free. Please check information about children in the section ”Children on site”.
If you registered and paid, but are not coming to the course, please contact us by firstname.lastname@example.org before 15.07.2019 for cancellations.
The stupa building is funded by voluntary contributions and donations from the Danish and international sangha. We are still fundraising money, and every contribution is accepted with much gratitude. Information on international bank accounts, credit card, and PayPal link can be found on the page: www.copenhagen-stupa.dk/support/.
The course will take place at the Buddhist center at Svanemøllevej 56, 2100 Copenhagen Ø.
Please bring your own matts, blankets and cushions (part of the sitting places will on the grass and on a carpet on a concrete floor).
The course area will be open for entry from 15:00 on Friday, 19th of July. Check-in registration starts at 11:00.
We will have a hall 2 km away from the the course site where it will be possible to meditate and be together after the program at the Buddhist center finishes.
The access to the Buddhist center will be limited during the course (all three houses included). It will not be possible to meditate in the lakhang (meditation room) or stay overnight in the center neither before nor after the course.
The inauguration of the Copenhagen Victory Stupa is a celebration of the historical moment in 1972, when Hannah and Ole Nydahl first brought the timeless transmission of the Buddhist Karma Kagyu lineage from H.H. the 16th Karmapa, Rangjung Rigpe Dorje to Denmark and then during the next forty-seven years spread it to the West.
Read more about the project and the process and how to support it here