Shambhala Kado Weethun 
With Dagmar Waldau

15-25 May 2019
“Oikia Karapanou”, Aegina island – Greece

Kado  The Way of Flowers, The Way of Life
Kado is a creative and meditative art, a dance between nature, space and perception. Using the classical Ikebana forms, Kado teaches us to see clearly the wisdom in nature in ourselfes and others.
During the Kado Weekthün we will learn and discover how the principles of Heaven, Earth and Men are expressed in nature and daily life. 
The ultimate purpose of Kado is not to make pleasant flower arrangements, but to discover joyfulness, work with obstacles and develop respect for all things animate and inanimate.

Our Teacher
Our Teacher will be Dagmar Waldau, teacher in the Shambhala Kado Ridgen School of Ikebana. She practices and studies under the guidance of the Kado Master Marcia Wang Shibata and is trained by her to teach The Way of Flowers.

The program

·       15-17th of May:  sitting and walking meditation, swimming and creating the space.

·       17th afternoon to 22nd evening: Kado Weekthun.

·       23rd to 25th of May: Sitting and walking meditation, swimming, digest, socialising.

For costs, registrations and more information please contact: [email protected]

The program will be held in Oikia, a hospitable 19th-century house, just a 5 minute walk from the sea on the picturesque island of Aegina (a 40 minute boat trip from the port of Athens): http://www.karapanou.com/index.html

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