Classes and events

Date/Time Event
25/02/2019
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Buddhist Anarchy - the Five Owl Precepts - guidelines for living

Class with Mé-tsal Wangmo and Ja’gyür Dorje

Mondays 7pm to 9pm from 25th February to 18th March inclusive. The sessions will commence with silent sitting practice, and meditation instruction will be given.
Bristol Zen Dojo
91 – 93 Gloucester Road
BS7 8AT (above Miss Millies Fried Chicken shop)
BristolUK
Four evenings looking at the five owl precepts from the radical perspective of The Song of The Owl-headed Dakini.
All traditions and systems of thought have some form of morality or ethics guide. In Buddhism the broad category of moral conduct has been codified since the Buddha’s time, into 5 precepts usually presented as: the avoidance of killing, the avoidance of theft, the avoidance of sexual exploitation, the avoidance of manipulative speech, and the avoidance of intoxication.
In the Dzogchen teachings from The Song of the Owl-headed Dakini (’ug gDong mKha’ ’gro sNying thig mDo) the precepts are presented as the five principles of awareness which infuse the sense-fields. They are the five elements manifesting as the space from which behaviours arise and dissolve according to Bodhicitta or compassion. Here the precepts concern the application of awareness in our daily lives – either as rules or as perceptivity. These precepts are not really concerned with the sphere of relative morality but with the sphere of non-dual awareness and the subtle dimension of all interaction. They begin with practice; and then move out from formal practice into every aspect of one’s compassionate interaction with the world.

“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

£8 per session or pay whatever you can afford.

For more information please contact Mé-tsal on metsal.wangmo@gmail.com or 07505569680

25/02/2019
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Cardiff
Meditation Group

This weekly meditation group is open to anyone who wishes to meditate. It is available to new and experienced meditators – all will be made welcome.

The first hour comprises alternating periods of yogic song and silent sitting. Song sheets and instruments are available, and meditation instruction is offered to newcomers.

The last half hour is an informal tea/coffee break with the opportunity to chat and ask questions.

Ngakma Nor’dzin and Ngakpa ’ö-Dzin lead the meditation group. They are an ordained teaching couple with over thirty years of meditation experience. They are also experienced teachers and have pastoral care of a sangha of students practising within the Nyingma tradition and the Aro gTér Lineage.

A donation of around £3 is requested.
Email: aro.ling.cardiff@gmail.com
Phone: 07092 010756 (no texts)
Text: 07875 716644 (no calls)

04/03/2019
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Buddhist Anarchy - the Five Owl Precepts - guidelines for living

Class with Mé-tsal Wangmo and Ja’gyür Dorje

Mondays 7pm to 9pm from 25th February to 18th March inclusive. The sessions will commence with silent sitting practice, and meditation instruction will be given.
Bristol Zen Dojo
91 – 93 Gloucester Road
BS7 8AT (above Miss Millies Fried Chicken shop)
BristolUK
Four evenings looking at the five owl precepts from the radical perspective of The Song of The Owl-headed Dakini.
All traditions and systems of thought have some form of morality or ethics guide. In Buddhism the broad category of moral conduct has been codified since the Buddha’s time, into 5 precepts usually presented as: the avoidance of killing, the avoidance of theft, the avoidance of sexual exploitation, the avoidance of manipulative speech, and the avoidance of intoxication.
In the Dzogchen teachings from The Song of the Owl-headed Dakini (’ug gDong mKha’ ’gro sNying thig mDo) the precepts are presented as the five principles of awareness which infuse the sense-fields. They are the five elements manifesting as the space from which behaviours arise and dissolve according to Bodhicitta or compassion. Here the precepts concern the application of awareness in our daily lives – either as rules or as perceptivity. These precepts are not really concerned with the sphere of relative morality but with the sphere of non-dual awareness and the subtle dimension of all interaction. They begin with practice; and then move out from formal practice into every aspect of one’s compassionate interaction with the world.

“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

£8 per session or pay whatever you can afford.

For more information please contact Mé-tsal on metsal.wangmo@gmail.com or 07505569680

04/03/2019
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Cardiff
Meditation Group

This weekly meditation group is open to anyone who wishes to meditate. It is available to new and experienced meditators – all will be made welcome.

The first hour comprises alternating periods of yogic song and silent sitting. Song sheets and instruments are available, and meditation instruction is offered to newcomers.

The last half hour is an informal tea/coffee break with the opportunity to chat and ask questions.

Ngakma Nor’dzin and Ngakpa ’ö-Dzin lead the meditation group. They are an ordained teaching couple with over thirty years of meditation experience. They are also experienced teachers and have pastoral care of a sangha of students practising within the Nyingma tradition and the Aro gTér Lineage.

A donation of around £3 is requested.
Email: aro.ling.cardiff@gmail.com
Phone: 07092 010756 (no texts)
Text: 07875 716644 (no calls)

09/03/2019
10:30 am - 5:30 pm
Radical Openness: Life as Meditation

The Buddhist teachings on the Four Noble Truths and the Eightfold Path from The Song of The Owl Headed Dakini with Mé-tsal Wangmo and Ja’gyür Dorje
Saturday 9th March 2019 from 10.30am to 5.30pm
Ja’ying Takmo Ling
DursleyGloucestershireUK

This day will explore the Sutric teachings on the four noble truths and the noble eightfold path from the radical perspective of Dzogchen as revealed in The Song of The Owl-headed Dakini.
The Buddhist teachings can sometimes be misunderstood to mean that the world, and our experience of life, is suffering – the usual translation of dukkha. But dukkha does not mean physical suffering – it means the pervasive and recurrent sense of unsatisfactoriness caused by the self-defeating cycles of duality – duality being the mistaken attempt to relate only to the form attributes of existence while attempting to eliminate the emptiness aspects. This Dzogchen view of experience is explained in The Song of the Owl Headed Dakini (’ug gDong mKha’ ’gro sNying thig mDo) a cycle of teachings received in vision by the great female teacher Aro Lingma who lived in Tibet from 1886 – 1923. These teachings bring out the radical non-dual nature of the essential Buddhist themes which have been handed down from the time of Shakyamuni Buddha and the Mahasiddhas, and show the heart of Dharma as it can be applied in all aspects of everyday life.

The teaching of the Four Noble Truths, or Four Fundamental Certainties (denpa nam-zhi) was called the first turning of the Wheel of Dharma, the first teaching Shakyamuni Buddha gave after fully realising the non-dual state. From the perspective of Dzogchen we are all beginninglessly enlightened, and because of this our own non-dual state points to itself through the experience of dukkha – unsatisfactoriness. Through understanding that unsatisfactoriness is something we create ourselves, we can undermine this creation and allow the sparkling through of our realisation to illuminate our lives.

The fourth fundamental certainty is that there are 8 methods (the 8 fold path or path of alignment) to realise the cessation of the experience of unsatisfactoriness. The eight modes are evolutionary and provide a way of opening to the world rather than trying to manipulate it.
The eight modes of the path are: whole-hearted perception, intention, communication, conduct, vocation, effort, attention, and presence which can open us to the point of complete integration where life itself is meditation.

Cost: £25 to include lunch, or pay whatever you can afford
Travel: lifts will be available from Bristol

For more information please contact Mé-tsal on metsal.wangmo@gmail.com or 07505569680

 

11/03/2019
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Buddhist Anarchy - the Five Owl Precepts - guidelines for living

Class with Mé-tsal Wangmo and Ja’gyür Dorje

Mondays 7pm to 9pm from 25th February to 18th March inclusive. The sessions will commence with silent sitting practice, and meditation instruction will be given.
Bristol Zen Dojo
91 – 93 Gloucester Road
BS7 8AT (above Miss Millies Fried Chicken shop)
BristolUK
Four evenings looking at the five owl precepts from the radical perspective of The Song of The Owl-headed Dakini.
All traditions and systems of thought have some form of morality or ethics guide. In Buddhism the broad category of moral conduct has been codified since the Buddha’s time, into 5 precepts usually presented as: the avoidance of killing, the avoidance of theft, the avoidance of sexual exploitation, the avoidance of manipulative speech, and the avoidance of intoxication.
In the Dzogchen teachings from The Song of the Owl-headed Dakini (’ug gDong mKha’ ’gro sNying thig mDo) the precepts are presented as the five principles of awareness which infuse the sense-fields. They are the five elements manifesting as the space from which behaviours arise and dissolve according to Bodhicitta or compassion. Here the precepts concern the application of awareness in our daily lives – either as rules or as perceptivity. These precepts are not really concerned with the sphere of relative morality but with the sphere of non-dual awareness and the subtle dimension of all interaction. They begin with practice; and then move out from formal practice into every aspect of one’s compassionate interaction with the world.

“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

£8 per session or pay whatever you can afford.

For more information please contact Mé-tsal on metsal.wangmo@gmail.com or 07505569680

11/03/2019
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Cardiff
Meditation Group

This weekly meditation group is open to anyone who wishes to meditate. It is available to new and experienced meditators – all will be made welcome.

The first hour comprises alternating periods of yogic song and silent sitting. Song sheets and instruments are available, and meditation instruction is offered to newcomers.

The last half hour is an informal tea/coffee break with the opportunity to chat and ask questions.

Ngakma Nor’dzin and Ngakpa ’ö-Dzin lead the meditation group. They are an ordained teaching couple with over thirty years of meditation experience. They are also experienced teachers and have pastoral care of a sangha of students practising within the Nyingma tradition and the Aro gTér Lineage.

A donation of around £3 is requested.
Email: aro.ling.cardiff@gmail.com
Phone: 07092 010756 (no texts)
Text: 07875 716644 (no calls)

18/03/2019
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Cardiff
Meditation Group

This weekly meditation group is open to anyone who wishes to meditate. It is available to new and experienced meditators – all will be made welcome.

The first hour comprises alternating periods of yogic song and silent sitting. Song sheets and instruments are available, and meditation instruction is offered to newcomers.

The last half hour is an informal tea/coffee break with the opportunity to chat and ask questions.

Ngakma Nor’dzin and Ngakpa ’ö-Dzin lead the meditation group. They are an ordained teaching couple with over thirty years of meditation experience. They are also experienced teachers and have pastoral care of a sangha of students practising within the Nyingma tradition and the Aro gTér Lineage.

A donation of around £3 is requested.
Email: aro.ling.cardiff@gmail.com
Phone: 07092 010756 (no texts)
Text: 07875 716644 (no calls)

25/03/2019
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Cardiff
Meditation Group

This weekly meditation group is open to anyone who wishes to meditate. It is available to new and experienced meditators – all will be made welcome.

The first hour comprises alternating periods of yogic song and silent sitting. Song sheets and instruments are available, and meditation instruction is offered to newcomers.

The last half hour is an informal tea/coffee break with the opportunity to chat and ask questions.

Ngakma Nor’dzin and Ngakpa ’ö-Dzin lead the meditation group. They are an ordained teaching couple with over thirty years of meditation experience. They are also experienced teachers and have pastoral care of a sangha of students practising within the Nyingma tradition and the Aro gTér Lineage.

A donation of around £3 is requested.
Email: aro.ling.cardiff@gmail.com
Phone: 07092 010756 (no texts)
Text: 07875 716644 (no calls)

02/04/2019
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Cardiff
Meditation Group

This weekly meditation group is open to anyone who wishes to meditate. It is available to new and experienced meditators – all will be made welcome.

The first hour comprises alternating periods of yogic song and silent sitting. Song sheets and instruments are available, and meditation instruction is offered to newcomers.

The last half hour is an informal tea/coffee break with the opportunity to chat and ask questions.

Ngakma Nor’dzin and Ngakpa ’ö-Dzin lead the meditation group. They are an ordained teaching couple with over thirty years of meditation experience. They are also experienced teachers and have pastoral care of a sangha of students practising within the Nyingma tradition and the Aro gTér Lineage.

A donation of around £3 is requested.
Email: aro.ling.cardiff@gmail.com
Phone: 07092 010756 (no texts)
Text: 07875 716644 (no calls)

09/04/2019
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Cardiff
Meditation Group

This weekly meditation group is open to anyone who wishes to meditate. It is available to new and experienced meditators – all will be made welcome.

The first hour comprises alternating periods of yogic song and silent sitting. Song sheets and instruments are available, and meditation instruction is offered to newcomers.

The last half hour is an informal tea/coffee break with the opportunity to chat and ask questions.

Ngakma Nor’dzin and Ngakpa ’ö-Dzin lead the meditation group. They are an ordained teaching couple with over thirty years of meditation experience. They are also experienced teachers and have pastoral care of a sangha of students practising within the Nyingma tradition and the Aro gTér Lineage.

A donation of around £3 is requested.
Email: aro.ling.cardiff@gmail.com
Phone: 07092 010756 (no texts)
Text: 07875 716644 (no calls)

16/04/2019
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Cardiff
Meditation Group

This weekly meditation group is open to anyone who wishes to meditate. It is available to new and experienced meditators – all will be made welcome.

The first hour comprises alternating periods of yogic song and silent sitting. Song sheets and instruments are available, and meditation instruction is offered to newcomers.

The last half hour is an informal tea/coffee break with the opportunity to chat and ask questions.

Ngakma Nor’dzin and Ngakpa ’ö-Dzin lead the meditation group. They are an ordained teaching couple with over thirty years of meditation experience. They are also experienced teachers and have pastoral care of a sangha of students practising within the Nyingma tradition and the Aro gTér Lineage.

A donation of around £3 is requested.
Email: aro.ling.cardiff@gmail.com
Phone: 07092 010756 (no texts)
Text: 07875 716644 (no calls)

23/04/2019
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Cardiff
Meditation Group

This weekly meditation group is open to anyone who wishes to meditate. It is available to new and experienced meditators – all will be made welcome.

The first hour comprises alternating periods of yogic song and silent sitting. Song sheets and instruments are available, and meditation instruction is offered to newcomers.

The last half hour is an informal tea/coffee break with the opportunity to chat and ask questions.

Ngakma Nor’dzin and Ngakpa ’ö-Dzin lead the meditation group. They are an ordained teaching couple with over thirty years of meditation experience. They are also experienced teachers and have pastoral care of a sangha of students practising within the Nyingma tradition and the Aro gTér Lineage.

A donation of around £3 is requested.
Email: aro.ling.cardiff@gmail.com
Phone: 07092 010756 (no texts)
Text: 07875 716644 (no calls)

30/04/2019
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Cardiff
Meditation Group

This weekly meditation group is open to anyone who wishes to meditate. It is available to new and experienced meditators – all will be made welcome.

The first hour comprises alternating periods of yogic song and silent sitting. Song sheets and instruments are available, and meditation instruction is offered to newcomers.

The last half hour is an informal tea/coffee break with the opportunity to chat and ask questions.

Ngakma Nor’dzin and Ngakpa ’ö-Dzin lead the meditation group. They are an ordained teaching couple with over thirty years of meditation experience. They are also experienced teachers and have pastoral care of a sangha of students practising within the Nyingma tradition and the Aro gTér Lineage.

A donation of around £3 is requested.
Email: aro.ling.cardiff@gmail.com
Phone: 07092 010756 (no texts)
Text: 07875 716644 (no calls)

07/05/2019
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Cardiff
Meditation Group

This weekly meditation group is open to anyone who wishes to meditate. It is available to new and experienced meditators – all will be made welcome.

The first hour comprises alternating periods of yogic song and silent sitting. Song sheets and instruments are available, and meditation instruction is offered to newcomers.

The last half hour is an informal tea/coffee break with the opportunity to chat and ask questions.

Ngakma Nor’dzin and Ngakpa ’ö-Dzin lead the meditation group. They are an ordained teaching couple with over thirty years of meditation experience. They are also experienced teachers and have pastoral care of a sangha of students practising within the Nyingma tradition and the Aro gTér Lineage.

A donation of around £3 is requested.
Email: aro.ling.cardiff@gmail.com
Phone: 07092 010756 (no texts)
Text: 07875 716644 (no calls)

14/05/2019
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Cardiff
Meditation Group

This weekly meditation group is open to anyone who wishes to meditate. It is available to new and experienced meditators – all will be made welcome.

The first hour comprises alternating periods of yogic song and silent sitting. Song sheets and instruments are available, and meditation instruction is offered to newcomers.

The last half hour is an informal tea/coffee break with the opportunity to chat and ask questions.

Ngakma Nor’dzin and Ngakpa ’ö-Dzin lead the meditation group. They are an ordained teaching couple with over thirty years of meditation experience. They are also experienced teachers and have pastoral care of a sangha of students practising within the Nyingma tradition and the Aro gTér Lineage.

A donation of around £3 is requested.
Email: aro.ling.cardiff@gmail.com
Phone: 07092 010756 (no texts)
Text: 07875 716644 (no calls)

21/05/2019
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Cardiff
Meditation Group

This weekly meditation group is open to anyone who wishes to meditate. It is available to new and experienced meditators – all will be made welcome.

The first hour comprises alternating periods of yogic song and silent sitting. Song sheets and instruments are available, and meditation instruction is offered to newcomers.

The last half hour is an informal tea/coffee break with the opportunity to chat and ask questions.

Ngakma Nor’dzin and Ngakpa ’ö-Dzin lead the meditation group. They are an ordained teaching couple with over thirty years of meditation experience. They are also experienced teachers and have pastoral care of a sangha of students practising within the Nyingma tradition and the Aro gTér Lineage.

A donation of around £3 is requested.
Email: aro.ling.cardiff@gmail.com
Phone: 07092 010756 (no texts)
Text: 07875 716644 (no calls)

28/05/2019
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Cardiff
Meditation Group

This weekly meditation group is open to anyone who wishes to meditate. It is available to new and experienced meditators – all will be made welcome.

The first hour comprises alternating periods of yogic song and silent sitting. Song sheets and instruments are available, and meditation instruction is offered to newcomers.

The last half hour is an informal tea/coffee break with the opportunity to chat and ask questions.

Ngakma Nor’dzin and Ngakpa ’ö-Dzin lead the meditation group. They are an ordained teaching couple with over thirty years of meditation experience. They are also experienced teachers and have pastoral care of a sangha of students practising within the Nyingma tradition and the Aro gTér Lineage.

A donation of around £3 is requested.
Email: aro.ling.cardiff@gmail.com
Phone: 07092 010756 (no texts)
Text: 07875 716644 (no calls)

04/06/2019
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Cardiff
Meditation Group

This weekly meditation group is open to anyone who wishes to meditate. It is available to new and experienced meditators – all will be made welcome.

The first hour comprises alternating periods of yogic song and silent sitting. Song sheets and instruments are available, and meditation instruction is offered to newcomers.

The last half hour is an informal tea/coffee break with the opportunity to chat and ask questions.

Ngakma Nor’dzin and Ngakpa ’ö-Dzin lead the meditation group. They are an ordained teaching couple with over thirty years of meditation experience. They are also experienced teachers and have pastoral care of a sangha of students practising within the Nyingma tradition and the Aro gTér Lineage.

A donation of around £3 is requested.
Email: aro.ling.cardiff@gmail.com
Phone: 07092 010756 (no texts)
Text: 07875 716644 (no calls)

11/06/2019
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Cardiff
Meditation Group

This weekly meditation group is open to anyone who wishes to meditate. It is available to new and experienced meditators – all will be made welcome.

The first hour comprises alternating periods of yogic song and silent sitting. Song sheets and instruments are available, and meditation instruction is offered to newcomers.

The last half hour is an informal tea/coffee break with the opportunity to chat and ask questions.

Ngakma Nor’dzin and Ngakpa ’ö-Dzin lead the meditation group. They are an ordained teaching couple with over thirty years of meditation experience. They are also experienced teachers and have pastoral care of a sangha of students practising within the Nyingma tradition and the Aro gTér Lineage.

A donation of around £3 is requested.
Email: aro.ling.cardiff@gmail.com
Phone: 07092 010756 (no texts)
Text: 07875 716644 (no calls)

18/06/2019
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Cardiff
Meditation Group

This weekly meditation group is open to anyone who wishes to meditate. It is available to new and experienced meditators – all will be made welcome.

The first hour comprises alternating periods of yogic song and silent sitting. Song sheets and instruments are available, and meditation instruction is offered to newcomers.

The last half hour is an informal tea/coffee break with the opportunity to chat and ask questions.

Ngakma Nor’dzin and Ngakpa ’ö-Dzin lead the meditation group. They are an ordained teaching couple with over thirty years of meditation experience. They are also experienced teachers and have pastoral care of a sangha of students practising within the Nyingma tradition and the Aro gTér Lineage.

A donation of around £3 is requested.
Email: aro.ling.cardiff@gmail.com
Phone: 07092 010756 (no texts)
Text: 07875 716644 (no calls)

25/06/2019
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Cardiff
Meditation Group

This weekly meditation group is open to anyone who wishes to meditate. It is available to new and experienced meditators – all will be made welcome.

The first hour comprises alternating periods of yogic song and silent sitting. Song sheets and instruments are available, and meditation instruction is offered to newcomers.

The last half hour is an informal tea/coffee break with the opportunity to chat and ask questions.

Ngakma Nor’dzin and Ngakpa ’ö-Dzin lead the meditation group. They are an ordained teaching couple with over thirty years of meditation experience. They are also experienced teachers and have pastoral care of a sangha of students practising within the Nyingma tradition and the Aro gTér Lineage.

A donation of around £3 is requested.
Email: aro.ling.cardiff@gmail.com
Phone: 07092 010756 (no texts)
Text: 07875 716644 (no calls)

02/07/2019
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Cardiff
Meditation Group

This weekly meditation group is open to anyone who wishes to meditate. It is available to new and experienced meditators – all will be made welcome.

The first hour comprises alternating periods of yogic song and silent sitting. Song sheets and instruments are available, and meditation instruction is offered to newcomers.

The last half hour is an informal tea/coffee break with the opportunity to chat and ask questions.

Ngakma Nor’dzin and Ngakpa ’ö-Dzin lead the meditation group. They are an ordained teaching couple with over thirty years of meditation experience. They are also experienced teachers and have pastoral care of a sangha of students practising within the Nyingma tradition and the Aro gTér Lineage.

A donation of around £3 is requested.
Email: aro.ling.cardiff@gmail.com
Phone: 07092 010756 (no texts)
Text: 07875 716644 (no calls)

09/07/2019
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Cardiff
Meditation Group

This weekly meditation group is open to anyone who wishes to meditate. It is available to new and experienced meditators – all will be made welcome.

The first hour comprises alternating periods of yogic song and silent sitting. Song sheets and instruments are available, and meditation instruction is offered to newcomers.

The last half hour is an informal tea/coffee break with the opportunity to chat and ask questions.

Ngakma Nor’dzin and Ngakpa ’ö-Dzin lead the meditation group. They are an ordained teaching couple with over thirty years of meditation experience. They are also experienced teachers and have pastoral care of a sangha of students practising within the Nyingma tradition and the Aro gTér Lineage.

A donation of around £3 is requested.
Email: aro.ling.cardiff@gmail.com
Phone: 07092 010756 (no texts)
Text: 07875 716644 (no calls)

16/07/2019
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Cardiff
Meditation Group

This weekly meditation group is open to anyone who wishes to meditate. It is available to new and experienced meditators – all will be made welcome.

The first hour comprises alternating periods of yogic song and silent sitting. Song sheets and instruments are available, and meditation instruction is offered to newcomers.

The last half hour is an informal tea/coffee break with the opportunity to chat and ask questions.

Ngakma Nor’dzin and Ngakpa ’ö-Dzin lead the meditation group. They are an ordained teaching couple with over thirty years of meditation experience. They are also experienced teachers and have pastoral care of a sangha of students practising within the Nyingma tradition and the Aro gTér Lineage.

A donation of around £3 is requested.
Email: aro.ling.cardiff@gmail.com
Phone: 07092 010756 (no texts)
Text: 07875 716644 (no calls)