What is Aro Ling?
Aro Ling is a school of Vajrayana Buddhism. We have two centres, one in Bristol and one in Cardiff.
Aro Ling is a space to explore – to develop an understanding of oneself through meditation, martial arts, and dance – by spending time practicing in our shrine room or attending one of our courses. Aro Ling is also a healing space, in which Aro Elemental Balancing and Tibetan Therapies are practiced, along with other complementary therapies. Both of our centres are home to the Chhi’mèd Rig’dzin Research Library, containing a host of titles on Buddhist teachings. Above all, Aro Ling is a welcoming space, where you drop-in to one of our meditation sessions and chat with Aro practitioners and members – about meditation, the arts, or whatever enters your mind.
Aro Ling is an idea: that openness and appreciation – life and art – are inextricably intertwined, and that the process of discovering that fact can be a joyful one, shared with friends.
Please consider supporting the centre by making a donation to SNCD and directing the funds to Aro Ling. The Bristol Centre is a project supported by Sang-ngak-chö-dzong (SNCD), the Aro Buddhist Tradition’s registered charity #1019886. The Cardiff Centre is supported by donations.