Aro Ling Cardiff is a Buddhist Centre of the Aro gTér Lineage in the heart of Whitchurch Village.
Tuesdays: sKu-mNyé 10:30; Meditation & Yogic Song 12:00; Meditation Group 19:00 – 20:30
First Saturday of month: Discovering Spaciousness of Mind 10 – 12; an introduction to the Aro gTér Lineage and its practices
Saturday Retreats: 10:00 – 17:00, once a month as advertised.
sKu-mNyé is a physical yoga practice. It offers a range of movements, from simple and gentle to demanding and vigorous – so there is something for everyone. All are welcome whatever age or level of fitness. A wonderful form of
exercise that is refreshing and invigorating. Each class is 1 hour and a donation of £4 is requested.
Meditation groups and daytime meditation – beginners and experienced meditators welcome. Short periods of meditation are interspersed with yogic song and chant. Discover emptiness and self-awareness. Daytime £4, evening £6 donation requested. Introductory session every first Saturday of the month – £5 donation requested.
Saturday retreats encompass teachings on Vajrayana Buddhism, practice in everyday life, and living as honourable people with humour and warmth. Some events include Vajrayana craft activities. The day starts at 10:00 and ends at 19:00 with an hour’s break for lunch. There are plenty of places in Whitchurch village to enjoy lunch. There is also a morning and afternoon tea break for which refreshments are provided. The cost is £25, or £20 if booked and paid for in advance.
Siop Siarad is hosted by Aro Ling and is a gathering for those learning Welsh through ‘Say Something in Welsh’. Games and activities.
The Aro gTér is a Tibetan Vajrayana Buddhist tradition concerned with transforming our experience of everyday being. We aim to engender cheerful courage, perceptive consideration, graciousness, sincere determination, creativity, natural gallantry, and spaciousness. Our teachers are not monks or nuns, but rather ordained Tantrikas who live quite ordinary lives. Aro gTér teachings come to us from a lineage of enlightened women, including a female Tantric Buddha, Yeshé Tsogyel, and the visionary Lama, Aro Lingma. The Vajrayana path is suited to those who use their everyday circumstances as the path to realisation and who appreciate humour.