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New Online Series from Mitra Dean Karl Brunnhölzl

 

Sunday, 14 February 2021.
7:00 pm CET – 8:30 pm CET
 – Online:

Nalandabodhi Deutschland hosts Mitra Dean Karl for this next series of teachings that are taught in English.

In these talks, the life stories of some well-known and some not so well-known mahāsiddhas, both female and male, are told via a selection of their songs with a discussion of their meanings.

The next date is Sunday, 14 February 2021. The teaching begins at 7 pm (CEST). You can see your time zones here.The teachings are for free. If you want to make an offering: https://shop.nalandabodhi.nl/en/product/donation-nalandabodhi-europe/ Please add Karl’s Name under “Additional Information”

Here is the Zoom link:https://zoom.us/j/207387518?pwd=NHdVUWJCeGNxdDQ1RmNMcXlPdEFPQT09

Meeting-ID: 207 387 518
Password: 510862

The talks are recorded and available on the German Nalandabodhi Website.

Date/TimeDate(s) – Sunday, 14 February 2021.
7:00 pm CET – 8:30 pm CET

Location Online

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