Course overview

Unseen Beings: Dharma, Sowa Rigpa, and Ecology in the More-than-Human World

An eight-week online course exploring interactions between ‘daemonology’ and ‘ecology’ in Buddhist and medical philosophies, and some methods for integrating more embodied and nuanced ecological awareness into our spiritual and healing practices. Based in part on the relevant sections of ‘Unseen Beings: How We Forgot the World is More Than Human,’ the course deeply explores and expands upon the book, referencing and covering vast and diverse additional content and material.
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What's included?

  • Eight 90min Lectures Live on Zoom with Erik Jampa 
  • Additional resources to support you in your studies
  • Video recordings of live sessions to review

Course Schedule

October 11th - November29th

7-8:30pm British Time
8-9:30pm CET
2-3:30pm NYC time
11am-12:30pm LA time

October 11th
October 18th
October 25th
November 1st
November 8th
November 15th
November 22nd
November 29th
Course Instructor

Erik Jampa Andersson

Erik Jampa is the founder and director of Shrimala, is a London-based practitioner, teacher, and scholar of Tibetan Medicine (Sowa Rigpa) and Tibetan Buddhism. He is a graduate of the Shang Shung Institute School of Tibetan Medicine, and is currently completing an MA in History at Goldsmiths University. His first book, Unseen Beings: How we Forgot the World is More than Human, was released by Hay House publications in Spring 2023.