Program Details


with Han de Wit
June 2 / 9:30 AM - June 2 / 6:00 PM

According to the societal Buddhism of Shambhala, every human being possesses basic goodness or buddha nature. But how does this relate to negative emotions such as anger, jealously, self loathing and aggression?

And as an enlightened way of living together starts with how people feel about themselves and with their direct relationships with their partner, their family and their colleagues, how can we work with these emotions in these relationships?


Where : Salle Résonances, rue Jean Robie 35, 1060 Saint Gilles, Brussles

Registration : By mail to

Price : 20 euro. We want to keep our activities accessible to all. Please contact us beforehand if the price is an obstacle.

Speaking language : Teaching will be in English. Translation into French and Dutch will be provided.

Organizers : This day is organized by meditation practitioners in the Shambhala tradition who are setting up a new Shambhala Meditation Group in Brussels.

Questions? By email to or contact Aurélie at 0472 46 92 62.


Dr. Han F. de Wit is a psychologist and acharya (dharma teacher) in the tradition of Shambhala Buddhism. He was a student of the late Chögyam Trungpa and is now a student of Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche. He made international fame as founder of contemplative psychology. He is the author of several bestsellers that were translated in different languages, among which De Verborgen Bloei: over de psychologische achtergronden van spiritualiteit (13th edition), translated as The spiritual path, an introduction to the psychology of spiritual traditions, PittsburghDuquesne University, Press, 1994. In april 2013 his newest book was published : Wijsheid in emotie, ter Have, 2013.


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