The Path of the Bodhisattva, Part 1

Develop the Compassionate Heart
With Kuan Yin and Gautama Buddha

The path of the Bodhisattva is the path of love, of laying down one’s life for one’s friends—to
love all life free. It is the path of the unascended masters of the Himalayas—ageless saints who hold
the balance by radiating light into this world. It is the path of ascended masters who choose to
remain with earth to teach and help its evolutions. And it is the path of those of us on earth who
desire to follow in their footsteps.

A Bodhisattva has deep compassion for all souls evolving on this planet. But where does one
start? It all begins with the heart. Learn from the Bodhisattva Kuan Yin how to develop the
compassionate heart and walk in her footsteps.

Topics include:

  • Teachings on Kuan Yin, the Goddess of Mercy, her 33 Manifestations and her heart of compassion
  • Introduction to the ten stages of the path of the Bodhisattva
  • Practical workshops on how to bring about the blossoming of the heart
  • Meditations, exercises and reflections to help you develop supreme compassion

Dictations (audio/video replays) by Kuan Yin and Gautama Buddha

Other seminar features include a unique purification ritual called a clearance and a chakra blessing.


  • Attendees should have a foundational understanding of the teachings of the ascended masters and the science of the spoken word. Minimum age: 15.
  • The Path of the Bodhisattva can be attended virtually through Zoom or onsite at the Holland Teaching Center. Both options will include breakout workshops to support a rich learning and community experience.
  • The seminar begins on Friday, March 17th at 9:00h CEST and concludes on Sunday, March 19th at 18:00h CEST.


Onsite attendance:

Pre-registration until March 3rd: € 130,-
After March 3rd: € 150,-

Virtual attendance:

Pre-registration until March 3rd: € 130,-
After March 3rd: € 150,-


Seniors and full-time students will receive a 20% discount. Please leave a comment if you are eligible for this discount.

Cancellation Policy

We charge a 25% cancellation fee for any cancellations within seven days of the event start date, including “no shows,” to cover administrative costs.


There are no required textbooks for this seminar.


Email :

Address : Holland Teaching Center, Snelliuspad 23A, 3817 TN Amersfoort