with Paula Chichester (Nyingje)
Friday 18 Oct, 6:30pm – 8:30pm
All day long, even in our dreams, we experience reality with our mind. What is mind? Is our experience of life fixed, or could it be that we could change it by beginning to work with the fundamental nature of our mind? Just as a musician learns to play an instrument, humans can learn to play the instrument of our mind. We take our minds for granted, but actually, by learning to get to know our mind and how it works, we can choose and create our reality. This is the art of meditation. Mind has limitless potential. It is up to us to learn to explore, change, grow and become what and who we wish. Buddhism teaches us how to open our heart and do just that.
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About the teacher:
Paula Chichester is known for her friendly, experiential teaching style that evolves from 4 decades of training in Tibetan Buddhist meditation, healing arts, yoga and chi gong. Her ability to distill and impart the essence of these disciplines is inspired by her teacher, Lama Thubten Yeshe. Coming out of years in meditation retreat that was guided by many great Tibetan Masters, her heart is dedicated to help create a world of balance, compassion, wisdom and joy.