11. ‘Living Lightly in Emptiness’ ~ with Paul Jenkins – Sat 18th April 2020
£0.00 – £20.00
LIVE STREAMED TO YOU AT HOME.
This event is for those people who are connected to Tara KMC or our branch classes in Ashby, Derby, Lichfield, Newcastle, Stafford or Uttoxeter. If this does not apply to you, then please contact your local Kadampa Centre for details
You will need an email address and a phone, laptop, tablet or computer on which to watch the class.
By accessing this service you agree not to share the link, not to watch with others who have not bought the ticket, and not to record any part of the audio or video class.
We will send you an email confirmation before the class containing a link to the live streamed class and instructions on how to watch in your own home.
Booking Closes Friday 17th April 10pm
Buddha said that the way things appear is not how they exist. Their real nature is emptiness, which means things do not exist outside the mind, but are mere appearances arising from our mind. It is through this understanding, and the freedom that we experience as a result, that we can solve all our problems and fulfill our wish to benefit others.
On this weekend course Paul Jenkins will give straight forward explanations of this profound topic and guide meditations to take our understanding from our head to our heart. Not to be missed if you want to improve your understanding and experience of emptiness and start living in accordance with the way things really are.
Everybody is welcome. This course is suitable both for beginners and those with some experience of meditation on emptiness.
10 – 11:15am
12 – 1:15pm
2:45 – 4pm
Paul Jenkins is the Resident Teacher of Tara KMC. He is a dedicated student of Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso and has been studiyng and teaching Kadampa Buddhism for over 30 years. He is married with 3 children and has practical experience of integrating Modern Buddhism within a busy, professional and family life.
For many years a senior teacher at Manjushri KMC, Paul is well known for the clarity and warmth of his teachings and for his good heart. His teachings come from deep experience of practicing meditation, and are clear and accessible.