The Anarchy and Art of Meditation

by programme manager on 18/02/2017

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 18/02/2017
10:30 am - 4:30 pm

Location
Ja’ying Takmo Ling


PLEASE NOTE: this event will be held at Ja’ying Takmo Ling, Dursley, Gloucestershire, UK

A day of teachings exploring life as a Vajrayana Buddhist integrating every aspect of human life, and every moment, with spiritual practice. Realisation that occurs on a sitting cushion, and stays on the cushion, is both limited and limiting. The day will introduce the meditation practices of the four naljors of Dzogchen Sem-dé; awareness practices of the sense fields; and the practice of living each moment of your life as both anarchist and artist.

The essence of Buddhism is similar to anarchism. Not anarchy in the distorted popular sense in which the word is understood – in the sense of dog-eat-dog chaos – but anarchism in terms of ‘no external government’. Anarchism is the naturally manifesting inner government of awareness – unconditioned, present, direct and utterly responsible.
Ngak’chang Rinpoche

Cost £25 includes lunch.

Concessions available.

There will be lifts available to and from Bristol or a short train journey to Cam and Dursley with lifts from the station provided.

For enquiries or bookings, please email: enquiry@aro-ling.org or call 07505 569680

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