with Paula Chichester (Nyingje)
Saturday 19 October, 10:30 – 17:30 and Sunday 20 October 10:30 – 14:30
Mahamudra is a practice that introduces us to the absolute nature of reality. In English, it means “The Great Seal” because this absolute nature pervades and exists simultaneously with our normal everyday experience.
Mahamudra teaches us to pay attention to mind in its bare state. When this is achieved, we see through our fixed perceptions, thereby giving us flexibility, emotional freedom and the power to act “outside the box” and open our hearts in relation to what we call me, you, and our world.
This weekend will introduce us to the nature of mind, getting a taste of Mahamudra, with short talks and guided meditations interspersed with discussion and physical exercises that calm and balance the mind.
Suggested donation £25 per day / £50 for the weekend.
To book click on the green Book an Event button above.
Classes are offered freely at Jamyang Buddhist Centre Leeds so as many people as possible can benefit. All donations go towards running the Centre and covering teachers expenses. You can donate at the start of a class or online by clicking the link on the right.
About the Teacher:
Paula Chichester is known for her friendly, experiential teaching style that evolves from four decades of training in Tibetan Buddhist meditation, healing arts, yoga and chi gong. Her ability to distil 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.