Led by Bhadra and Viryadevi.
This event is about the art of enriching practice through communication.
Our aim is to support you to find new freedom and meaning within habitual patterns of relating both to yourself and to others.
On this weekend we will be specifically attending to the power of our imagination and the internal narratives that tend to define how we perceive ourselves and the world.
How does it work? Through a series of introductory exercises and a small amount of theoretical input we come to sit in a circle together. We bring attention to what is arising within and between us and choose to share as much or as little as feels appropriate.
This is an invitation to speak, to be seen and met, an opportunity to notice, listen and reflect; to explore the edges between what we guard and what we long to share.
This powerful dynamic held in our collective awareness creates the crucible of communication out of which can emerge the gifts of greater understanding, empathy and perhaps most importantly, love.
**You will need to have practiced meditation for at least 6 months to be able to fully benefit from the teaching offered.
10 – 5 both days. Please bring vegetarian lunch to share.
Places are limited.
This is a dana event, please book through the Glasgow Buddhist Centre.