To mark our move to 12 York Place, Leeds LS1 2DS we will be screening ‘Mystic Tibet‘ in the quiet of the candlelit gompa at Jamyang Buddhist Centre Leeds on Saturday 29 September.
About the documentary:
“Follow fifty pilgrims as they travel to the roof of the world for the spiritual adventure of a lifetime! In 2002, ordinary people from around the globe were drawn to Tibet, the mystical land of enlightenment. Guided by renowned Tibetan master Lama Zopa Rinpoche, this was no common tourist trek, but a rare and powerful experience in which the invisible world of great yogis and saints was magically revealed. This intense journey takes the viewer directly into the culture of Tibet and its arresting, spiritually rich landscape in a way that is not often seen. It explores the deep inner meaning of pilgrimage, which purifies the mind and creates the good heart. These pilgrims discovered more than temples and holy mountains. They touched the extraordinary potential of their minds, their enlightened nature.”
Jamyang Buddhist Centre Director Kerry Prest will say a few words of welcome at 18:30, followed by the film screening from 18.40 to 20:15. For those who have booked food in advance, the curry, rice, poppadums and chutney will be served between 18:00 to 18:20.
How to Book:
The film screening is free so no need to book but if you would like food please book in advance using the book button above and make a donation of £5 to cover the cost of the catering. The curry will be served at 18:00 prior to the screening and we can only cater for those who pre-book as the food is prepared in advance. Thank you for your understanding.