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Ancient Wisdom For Our Modern Times

Class/Course Date(s) & Time:
Friday 24th November-Sunday 26th November, Starts 19:30 Finishes 14:00

Class/Course Level:
GreenSuitable for all levels

Location:
Bodhisattva KMC (Venue Map & Information)
3 Lansdowne Road, Brighton, East Sussex, BN3 1DN

Information:
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Taught by visiting teacher and Buddhist Monk Gen Pagpa, this weekend meditation course will be practical commentary to the renowned Buddhist teaching on the “Three Principal Aspects of The Path”.  The Three Principal Aspects of the Path, originally taught by Buddhist Master Je Tsongkhapa,  is a brief and yet profound and practical guide to meditation and how to find deep and lasting inner peace, open our heart, and realize all of the stages of the path to enlightenment.

This course will guide us through understanding the three essential aspects of all Buddha’s 84,000 teachings, helping us to deepen our experience of each stage of the path. By increasing our wisdom we will improve our practice and gradually progress toward the ultimate peace of enlightenment.

In this weekend course we will look at:

  • Deepening our desire to fulfill our true potential
  • Learning how to develop a supremely good heart
  • Gaining a deeper understanding of the true nature of reality

The retreat venue

The environment of Bodhisattva KMC is very relaxing and there is plenty of time between retreat sessions to enjoy our café, to meet and chat with other retreaters and the community of Bodhisattva KMC, and to enjoy walking and gentle strolls along the Brighton and Hove sea front and promenade. The peaceful surroundings of Bodhisattva KMC help people to create a comfortable space within their own minds.

About the teacher

Pagpa-Teaching-smallerVisiting Teacher Gen Pagpa was ordained in 1995 and has been at Vajravarahi Meditation Centre (based in Preston) ever since. He teaches various meditation classes and courses and he is well known for his warm and compassionate nature and his ability to present Buddha’s teachings in a clear and practical way.

The retreat schedule

Friday:
7.30 – 8.45 pm : Introduction

Saturday:
10.00 – 11.30 am : Teaching
12.15 – 1.00 pm : Meditation session
(Lunch 1.00 pm)
4.30 – 6.00 pm : Teaching
7.30 – 9.30 pm : Chanted Prayers

Sunday:
10.00 – 11.30 am : Teaching
12.15 – 1.00 pm : Meditation session
(Lunch 1.00 pm)

Fees for the weekend retreat

Accommodation options (per person):
Single room: £90
Twin Room: £60
Double Room: £60
Male Dormitory: £28
Female Dormitory: £28

Class/Course Fee:
£55 (includes food and refreshments)
This course can be attended non-residentially

Course Booking:
Our weekend courses can be booked with a 25% deposit. The booking system is easy to use and will give you all the information you need regarding accommodation options and fees. All bookings are made through a secure online system, and you will receive an instant payment notification as well as confirmation of your course booking.

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Payment Information:
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