Online in-depth meditation courses with Gen Nyingpo
FROM SEPTEMBER 15 ¦ 7-week meditation course
Course fee £35/ free with membership
The programme consists of a dynamic combination of guided meditation and teaching, all aimed at enabling students to develop their daily practice and become skillful meditation practitioners.
Week 1 – Developing equanimity (available September 15 – 21)
Je Tsongkhapa said: “On the ground of equanimity pour the water of love and sow the seeds of compassion. From these the harvest of bodhichitta will arise.”
In this session we will learn how to create the essential, balanced mind of equanimity.
Week 2 – The global family (available September 22 – 28)
In this session we will learn how to expand our view beyond the limits of this one ordinary life. Gen Nyingpo will explain Buddha’s teachings on the nature of mind, rebirth and how to develop a special recognition of all living beings.
Week 3 – Seeing kindness (available September 29 – October 5)
The extraordinary method of seeing kindness enables us to break free from the ordinary and transform our experience of everyday interactions with those around us.
Week 4 – Affectionate love (available October 6 – 12)
Often the love we have is mixed with the mental stickiness known as attachment which gives rise to a great deal of frustration and disappointment. Buddha explained 3 types of love: affectionate, cherishing and wishing love. In this session Gen Nyingpo will explain the practical meditation on growing our affectionate love.
Week 5 – great compassion (available October 13 – 19)
Learn how to develop a genuine compassion that leads only to peace and joy. By sowing the seeds of compassion in our mind, we will eventually be led to the supreme bliss of enlightenment.
Week 6 – vision of enlightenment (available October 20 – 26)
In this session Gen Nyingpo will explain the practices taught by Buddha to develop a special intention that will move us to the highest goal of enlightenment.
Week 7 – Friend of the world (available October 27 – November 2)
Bodhichitta means mind of enlightenment. Someone who has developed this supreme good heart is know as a bodhisattva, a being bound for enlightenment and a true friend of the world.