Vajrasattva Practice DaySUN | 10:00 - 17:00 | 17 MAR (Discovering Buddhism)
Vajrasattva is a Tibetan Buddhist practice that utilises imagination, visualisation and recitation to acknowledge our problematic behaviours of the past, recognise the trouble they have caused and the troublesome after effects they still cause, counteract them and move beyond repeating them.
This enables us to open up to unlimited loving kindness and courage and strength and so move forward towards full enlightenment.
For the 3 years 2019 - 2021 Geshe Tenzin Namdak the new resident teacher at Jamyang will offer students the opportunity to study the FPMT Foundation Programme “Discovering Buddhism.
This is a study course in 14 modules that takes around three years to complete part time. His teaching programme will be supported by the FPMT Foundation level registered teachers at Jamyang London.
Module 14 of the course is an experiential module which enables students to try out for themselves a number of Tibetan Buddhist practices that stabilize and enhance the compassionate power of the mind. Part of that module is the Vajrasattva practice and this day will introduce students to the practice and its benefits and how to set up a small daily practice.
All very welcome.
Suggested donation £30 for the day (does not include lunch)
No-one will be turned away due the lack of funds
Dharma teachings run on a 'Generosity model', completely on voluntary donations. By donating you will help create the conditions for the teachings to be available, the meals to be served, accommodations to be clean, for the doors to be open and the lights on. Therefore people of any faith or background are welcome.
Booking is not mandatory but highly recommended. It helps Jamyang can give you a better service
|Event date||17-03-2019 10:00 am|
|Event End Date||17-03-2019 5:00 pm|
|Cut off date||16-03-2019|