Samatha (stillness) meditation by Venerable Sungrab Woeser, 2 – 4 June 2017

All being’s mind is basically tranquil, peaceful and stable in its nature. Not knowing this brings us into restless and unstable states of mind, where happiness and suffering interchange. But by practicing meditation, wisdom and developing our goodness we can return to our primordial state of mind.

Shamatha (stillness) meditation is the basis for all other meditations, as it empowers our indispensable concentration and awareness. Consequently, Shamatha directs our mind to the treasure of wisdom, the experience of our Innate nature of peace and tranquillity. This again, leads to blissful and balanced state of mind, within which we are able to develop the power of unbiased compassion, love, joy and equanimity, for ourselves and for all other sentient beings. This balanced and blissful state of mind weakens the negative state of minds, which could otherwise lead to suffering.

During this weekend, Venerable Sungrab will mainly teach Shamatha meditation and other guided meditations. He will give instructions on Shamatha and some explanations on basic wisdom and Metta (friendliness) meditation.
Friday 2 June, 18.30 – 20.30
Saturday 3 June, 10.00 – 17.00
Sunday 4 June, 10.00 – 17.00

Course fee 650 kr members 750 kr non-members
Register by mail to or SMS to: 0707 – 408 715. Fee should be paid at least one week in advance to the PG of the Association 831 87 20-3. For more information, please email to
The course will be taught in English.

About Venerable Sungrab Woeser

Sungrab Woeser originate from Netherlands. He has been a lay Buddhist since many years, before ordaining as a monk in 2009 in the Sakya school of Tibetan Buddhism. His root teachers are HH. Dalai Lama, HH Sakya Trizin and sons, and Khenpo Sherab Gyaltsen Amipa.
Venerable Sungrab studied Buddhist philosophy for several years at the International Buddhist Academy in Kathmandu, Nepal. Currently Venerable Sungrab stays in Austria.