Friday, January 15th-Sunday, January 17th, 7:00 pm - 12:30 pmIndividual days can be attended. See below
This special weekend meditation retreat will begin with the deeply relaxing and profoundly illuminating meditations on the nature of the mind – or Mahamudra. These simple and inspiring meditations have been practiced for centuries, enabling anyone to experience the natural clarity and peace of their own mind. Through training in Mahamudra meditation we can discover our potential for genuine peace of mind and find inner freedom from anxiety, fear, and other painful emotions.
In the second part of this retreat, after our mind has settled through Mahamudra meditation, we will focus on the meditations on the wisdom of the true nature of reality. These meditations dissolve the illusion of the ego, a separate sense of self, which causes us to feel isolated, anxious, and disconnected from others. Through discovering our true nature we dissolve the barriers between self and other, increase our love, and discover a boundless source of peace from within.
Recommended reading Material Oral Instructions of Mahamudra
The video recordings of the retreat sessions will be available for 4 days after it is live streamed for all those who register. Audio recordings of the sessions will be available for purchase after the end of the retreat.
Friday: 7:00pm - 8:30pm Introduction to retreat Saturday: 10:00am - 11:15am Teaching & Guided Meditation 11:45am - 1:00pm Teaching & Guided Meditation 4:30pm - 5.45pm Teaching & Guided Meditation Sunday: 8.30am - 9.30am Teaching & Guided Meditation 10am - 11:15am Meditations for World Peace
This event is taught by Gen Jindak. Gen Kelsang Jindak is the Resident Teacher at Vajrapani Kadampa Buddhist Center in Orlando. She is a western Buddhist nun and has years of experience practicing and teaching Kadampa Buddhism. Jindak has a clear teaching style and is a excellent teacher for both beginners and experienced meditators.
Bookings are closed for this event.