Saturday 29th January 2022
With Buddhist teacher Peter Bygrave
10:30 am – 1 pm
The great Indian Buddhist master Shantideva said that if we let a wild elephant loose in a populated area it will cause massive destruction, but the uncontrolled wild mind can cause much more harm than such a crazed beast.
We are all familiar with our busy distracted mind and how difficult it is to tame! During this morning course we will receive detailed advice about controlling our mind.
In daily life there are many circumstances that provoke and disturb us.
The advice given in this famous text Guide to the Bodhisattva’s Way of Life offers many special ways of thinking, enabling us to remain mindful and always protect our mind from harm. In this way we will come to experience the mental freedom and joy that we all long for.
Everyone is welcome.
Please arrive 10 minutes before to register.
Free with Centre Membership
Please book in advance.
We regret we are unable to give refunds for cancellations within 24 hours of the event.